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6th Feb '18 12:21:31 AM Mr.Bubbles
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* ''VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3'': Korekiyo Shinguji's Free Time Events reveal he is a very intelligent anthropologist and that he seems to have a thing for BDSM. [[spoiler: Also crosses over into BondageIsBad when it's revealed that not only is he the third culprit, but is also a SerialKiller who was involved in [[BrotherSisterIncest an incestuous relationship with his sister]], whom he believes to be speaking to him as a ghost. His execution also begins with him being ''very'' tightly bound.]]
28th Dec '17 5:07:57 AM Cryoclaste
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* Kinzie Kensington of [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the third]] ''SaintsRow'' game, who was a FBI computer analyst and hints that she is a regular at a [=BDSM=] club that even squicks out the main character. Pierce even points out the leather dominatrix mask she keeps in her hacker cave, and pokes the Boss with a ''[[GagPenis 3-foot dildo]]''.

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* Kinzie Kensington of [[VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird the third]] ''SaintsRow'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRow'' game, who was a FBI computer analyst and hints that she is a regular at a [=BDSM=] club that even squicks out the main character. Pierce even points out the leather dominatrix mask she keeps in her hacker cave, and pokes the Boss with a ''[[GagPenis 3-foot dildo]]''.
11th Nov '17 2:35:45 AM StarSword
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* The BDSM romance comic ''ComicBook/{{Sunstone}}'' flat-out states in narration that "BDSM practitioners are sexual nerds." Ally, the domme of the lead couple, made her money as a software developer and is also a video game geek.



* Ally, the main dominatrix in ''{{Webcomic/Sunstone}}'', made her money being a software developer and computer programmer, and the rest of the cast aren't slouches either in the intelligence department. Given the general level of thought that's involved in creating and maintaining the illusion while at the same time keeping the person safe, it's clear that [=BDSM=] is a smart people's game.

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* ''{{Webcomic/Sunstone}}'' bluntly states in narration fairly early that "BDSM practitioners are sexual nerds." Ally, the main dominatrix in ''{{Webcomic/Sunstone}}'', dominatrix, made her money being a software developer and computer programmer, and the rest of the cast aren't slouches either in the intelligence department. Given the general level of thought that's involved in creating and maintaining the illusion while at the same time keeping the person safe, it's clear that [=BDSM=] is a smart people's game.
11th Nov '17 2:30:58 AM StarSword
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* The BDSM romance comic ''ComicBook/{{Sunstone}}'' flat-out states in narration that "BDSM practitioners are sexual nerds." Ally, the domme of the lead couple, made her money as a software developer and is also a video game geek.
4th Oct '17 5:17:55 PM Malady
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* Edward from ''{{Secretary}}'' is an educated, successful lawyer who finds himself transitioning from the titular Secretary's boss to her dominant partner.

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* Edward from ''{{Secretary}}'' ''Film/{{Secretary}}'' is an educated, successful lawyer who finds himself transitioning from the titular Secretary's boss to her dominant partner.
30th Jul '17 2:57:05 PM WillKeaton
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* Sharon, a mechanic from ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' casually mentions dreaming about [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=7319&view=findpost&p=9246742 handcuffs]].

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* Sharon, a mechanic from ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' casually mentions dreaming about [[http://z7.invisionfree.com/thegangoffive/index.php?showtopic=7319&view=findpost&p=9246742 handcuffs]].handcuffs.]]
30th Jul '17 2:52:57 PM WillKeaton
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* Worf and Dax in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' frequently end up in medical during the middle of the night with dislodged limbs and broken bones. While Worf is more of a highly traditional ProudWarriorRaceGuy, Dax is a scientist with literally several lifetimes of experience first, and treats Klingon martial arts just as a sport. It's not explicitly said how they did it, but they certainly like it rough.

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* Worf and Dax in ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' frequently end up in medical during the middle of the night with dislodged limbs and broken bones. While Worf is more of a highly traditional ProudWarriorRaceGuy, Dax is a scientist with literally several lifetimes of experience first, and treats Klingon martial arts as just as a sport. It's not explicitly said how they did it, but they certainly like it rough.



* In VideoGame/TheWitcher2, when visiting Philippas home, one can find the archmage whipping her naked apprentice on her bed.

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* In VideoGame/TheWitcher2, ''VideoGame/TheWitcher2'', when visiting Philippas home, one can find the archmage whipping her naked apprentice on her bed.
8th Apr '17 8:11:17 AM Rebu
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** Some complained that Irene became a sex worker for {{Fanservice}} purposes. WordOfGod pointed out that acting ''wasn't'' a reputable career in the late 19th century, and the [[SettingUpdate modern equivalent]] would be, well, a sex worker.
28th Mar '17 9:04:23 PM AxiomaticThunder
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In fiction, people who enjoy UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} have a tendency to be intellectuals. Possibly because [=BDSM=] tends to be more about the psychological mind games than just the ropes and spankings.[[note]] It can also be used as juxtaposition, where a submissive, by the books, or quiet straight arrow who usually plays by the rules secretly likes breaking those rules, or being dominant, is bolder or even just more self aware then the audience originally thought. This correlation may have some truth, [[http://gloria-brame.com/therapy/bdsmsurveyresults.html one survey]] found 20% of practitioners have post-graduate education.[[/note]] In a similar vein, coming up with creative ways to employ the various paraphernalia involved can be attractive to those with a technical or mechanical bent i.e. TheEngineer. Thus, an interest in [=BDSM=] can be used to underscore the character's intellectual side -- making this trope a mostly "positive stereotype" likely to be used on protagonists and other sympathetic characters.

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In fiction, people who enjoy UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} have a tendency to be intellectuals. Possibly because [=BDSM=] tends to be more about the psychological mind games than just the ropes and spankings.[[note]] It can also be used as juxtaposition, where a submissive, by the books, or quiet straight arrow who usually plays by the rules secretly likes breaking those rules, or being dominant, is bolder or even just more self aware then the audience originally thought. This correlation may have some truth, [[http://gloria-brame.com/therapy/bdsmsurveyresults.html one survey]] found 20% of practitioners have post-graduate education.[[/note]] It can also be used as juxtaposition, where a submissive, by the books, or quiet straight arrow who usually plays by the rules secretly likes breaking those rules, or being dominant, is bolder or even just more self aware then the audience originally thought. In a similar vein, coming up with creative ways to employ the various paraphernalia involved can be attractive to those with a technical or mechanical bent i.e. TheEngineer. Thus, an interest in [=BDSM=] can be used to underscore the character's intellectual side -- making this trope a mostly "positive stereotype" likely to be used on protagonists and other sympathetic characters.
28th Mar '17 8:30:41 PM AxiomaticThunder
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In fiction, people who enjoy UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} have a tendency to be intellectuals. Possibly because [=BDSM=] tends to be more about the psychological mind games than just the ropes and spankings.[[note]]This correlation may have some truth, [[http://gloria-brame.com/therapy/bdsmsurveyresults.html one survey]] found 20% of practitioners have post-graduate education.[[/note]] In a similar vein, coming up with creative ways to employ the various paraphernalia involved can be attractive to those with a technical or mechanical bent i.e. TheEngineer. Thus, an interest in [=BDSM=] can be used to underscore the character's intellectual side -- making this trope a mostly "positive stereotype" likely to be used on protagonists and other sympathetic characters.

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In fiction, people who enjoy UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} have a tendency to be intellectuals. Possibly because [=BDSM=] tends to be more about the psychological mind games than just the ropes and spankings.[[note]]This [[note]] It can also be used as juxtaposition, where a submissive, by the books, or quiet straight arrow who usually plays by the rules secretly likes breaking those rules, or being dominant, is bolder or even just more self aware then the audience originally thought. This correlation may have some truth, [[http://gloria-brame.com/therapy/bdsmsurveyresults.html one survey]] found 20% of practitioners have post-graduate education.[[/note]] In a similar vein, coming up with creative ways to employ the various paraphernalia involved can be attractive to those with a technical or mechanical bent i.e. TheEngineer. Thus, an interest in [=BDSM=] can be used to underscore the character's intellectual side -- making this trope a mostly "positive stereotype" likely to be used on protagonists and other sympathetic characters.
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