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12th Jan '18 12:08:10 AM AndreaTx
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'''Basic Trope''': A character who is promiscuous will have RapeAsBackstory.
* '''Straight''': Alice has lots of one night stands even though she doesn't seem to enjoy them. Eventually, she reveals that she was date raped in college.
* '''Exaggerated''': Alice is raped and starts sleeping around to the point that she's literally going from one bed to the next.
* '''Downplayed''': Alice was raped when she was younger and has had more partners than the average person, but it's simply because she likes sex.
* '''Justified''': Sexual promiscuity is common in rape and sexual abuse survivors like Alice.
* '''Inverted''': Alice was very sexually active before she was raped, but afterward displays a ParalyzingFearOfSex.
* '''Subverted''':
* '''Double Subverted''':
* '''Averted''': Alice sleeps with a lot of people and doesn't get emotionally attached to anyone. She has a terrible relationship with her family, but it's most antagonistic with her father who she won't even speak with, becoming highly agitated any time he tries to contact her. But it's not because Alice's dad sexually abused her. Instead, they're estranged because she's a free spirit and her father refuses to respect her decision to forgo medical school and marriage.
* '''Enforced''':
-->"The MoralGuardians might get upset if we have a woman just having lots of sex with lots of different men just because she likes sex."
-->"Make her a FilleFatale with RapeAsBackstory. Then they'll come off as judgmental if they complain."
* '''Lampshaded''': "Alice has been going out so much since that party. Did something...happen to her?"
* '''Invoked''':
* '''Exploited''': Skeezy Bob knows that runaways often come from abusive home, so he hangs around the bus depot. There, he meets Alice and convinces her that sleeping with a few guys for money is easy money and means she gets to control sex.
* '''Defied''': "I'm still the same person I was before the attack!"
* '''Discussed''': Counselor Carly assures Alice that increased sexual activity after the shock of an assault is not uncommon or something to be ashamed of.
* '''Conversed''':
-->"She's such a slut. What kind of girl acts like that?"
-->"You know, sometimes people who sleep around a lot were actually sexually abused as kids."
* '''Implied''': Alice sleeps around alot but freaks out any time she's approached by tall, red-headed men. Like '''really''' freaks out.
* '''Deconstructed''':
* '''Reconstructed''':
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice's behavior is shown as a maladaptive coping technique. When she gets home, she throws up before frantically showering and then sits in the tub under the still-running water and cries while drinking.

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'''Basic Trope''': A character who is promiscuous will have RapeAsBackstory.
trope (a common convention that you can expect to show up in certain works).
* '''Straight''': Alice has lots of one night stands even though she doesn't seem to enjoy them. Eventually, she reveals that she was date raped in college.
The trope, played out normally.
* '''Exaggerated''': Alice is raped and starts sleeping around to the point that she's literally going from one bed to the next.
The trope, taken UpToEleven.
* '''Downplayed''': Alice was raped when she was younger and has had more partners The trope, played to a smaller extent than the average person, but it's simply because she likes sex.
normal.
* '''Justified''': Sexual promiscuity is common in rape and sexual abuse survivors like Alice.
The trope has a logical InUniverse explanation.
* '''Inverted''': Alice was very sexually active before she was raped, The trope happens the other way around.
* '''Gender-Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.
* '''Role-Inverted''': A role-specific trope is used on the opposite role.
* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be played straight,
but afterward displays a ParalyzingFearOfSex.
* '''Subverted''':
isn't.
* '''Double Subverted''':
Subverted''': ...until shortly thereafter, when it suddenly is.
* '''Parodied''': The trope is mocked, spoofed, or played straight to ridiculous levels for specific humour value.
* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is simply "played with" in another way.
* '''Averted''': Alice sleeps with a lot of people The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and doesn't get emotionally attached to anyone. She has a terrible relationship with her family, but it's most antagonistic with her father who she won't even speak with, becoming highly agitated any time he tries to contact her. But it's there may or may not because Alice's dad sexually abused her. Instead, they're estranged because she's be a free spirit and her father refuses situation where it would be possible.
* '''Enforced''': Something in RealLife that causes ExecutiveMeddling and/or the authors
to respect her decision to forgo medical school and marriage.
* '''Enforced''':
-->"The MoralGuardians might get upset if we have a woman just having lots of sex with lots of different men just because she likes sex."
-->"Make her a FilleFatale with RapeAsBackstory. Then they'll come off as judgmental if they complain."
use the trope.
* '''Lampshaded''': "Alice has been going out so much since that party. Did something...happen A GenreSavvy character calls attention to her?"
the trope as it's occurring, then carries on.
* '''Invoked''':
'''Invoked''': A GenreSavvy character sets up a situation where the trope can occur.
* '''Exploited''': Skeezy Bob knows A GenreSavvy character takes advantage of a trope, or the fact that runaways often come from abusive home, so he hangs around the bus depot. There, he meets Alice and convinces her that sleeping with a few guys for money is easy money and means she gets to control sex.
trope will occur, possibly -- but not necessarily -- Invoking it in the process.
* '''Defied''': "I'm still the same person I was before the attack!"
A GenreSavvy character tries to prevent a trope from happening.
* '''Discussed''': Counselor Carly assures Alice that increased sexual activity after GenreSavvy characters talk about the shock of an assault trope in a situation where it is not uncommon or something likely to be ashamed of.
happen.
* '''Conversed''':
-->"She's such
'''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a slut. What kind of girl acts like that?"
-->"You know, sometimes people who sleep around a lot were actually sexually abused as kids."
ShowWithinAShow.
* '''Implied''': Alice sleeps around alot The trope isn't shown, but freaks out any time she's approached the audience is indirectly led to believe that it happened off-screen.
* '''Deconstructed''': The trope is played in such a way to show various logical and moral problems with the trope as normally played.
* '''Reconstructed''': The trope is played straight, but with the problems brought up
by tall, red-headed men. Like '''really''' freaks out.
the {{deconstruction}} dealt with or addressed.
* '''Deconstructed''':
* '''Reconstructed''':
'''Played For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
* '''Played For Drama''': Alice's behavior The trope is shown as a maladaptive coping technique. When she gets home, she throws up before frantically showering and then sits played in the tub under the still-running water and cries while drinking.a melodramatic or serious way.



12th Jan '18 12:06:56 AM AndreaTx
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[[folder:Figurative]]
'''Basic Trope''': Overly genericizing a description, line of dialogue, or thing's name to the point of resembling a blank template.
* '''Straight''': The town of Town's Name has a welcome sign that says "Welcome Sign: witty slogan for Town's Name".
* '''Exaggerated''': Everyone talks like an unfilled Mad-Libs.
* '''Downplayed''':
** BrandX
** ADogNamedDog
** InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals
** HisNameReallyIsBarkeep
* '''Justified''': Town's Name was founded by an overly LiteralMinded robot.
* '''Inverted''': ???
* '''Subverted''': ???
* '''Double Subverted''': ???
* '''Parodied''': ???
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???
* '''Averted''': "Welcome to Tropesburg, where [[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife your life being ruined]] is the least of your worries!"
* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': WhoNamesTheirKidDude
* '''Invoked''': ???
* '''Exploited''': Alice goes to Town's Name to hide from a CorruptBureaucrat chasing after her, as he wouldn't think of taking the name written on the forms he forces people who know where she's gone to to fill out literally.
* '''Defied''': ???
* '''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''': ???
%%* '''Implied''': ???
%%* '''Deconstructed''':
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???
* '''Played For Laughs''': The sign is praised as the most complex and interesting town sign in the universe.
* '''Played For Drama''': Cut to the Mayor crying in his office due to his lack of creativity.
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12th Jan '18 12:02:28 AM AndreaTx
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'''Basic Trope''': A trope (a common convention that you can expect to show up in certain works).
* '''Straight''': The trope, played out normally.
* '''Exaggerated''': The trope, taken UpToEleven.
* '''Downplayed''': The trope, played to a smaller extent than normal.
* '''Justified''': The trope has a logical InUniverse explanation.
* '''Inverted''': The trope happens the other way around.
* '''Gender-Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.
* '''Role-Inverted''': A role-specific trope is used on the opposite role.
* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be played straight, but isn't.
* '''Double Subverted''': ...until shortly thereafter, when it suddenly is.
* '''Parodied''': The trope is mocked, spoofed, or played straight to ridiculous levels for specific humour value.
* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is simply "played with" in another way.
* '''Averted''': The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a situation where it would be possible.
* '''Enforced''': Something in RealLife that causes ExecutiveMeddling and/or the authors to use the trope.
* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character calls attention to the trope as it's occurring, then carries on.
* '''Invoked''': A GenreSavvy character sets up a situation where the trope can occur.
* '''Exploited''': A GenreSavvy character takes advantage of a trope, or the fact that the trope will occur, possibly -- but not necessarily -- Invoking it in the process.
* '''Defied''': A GenreSavvy character tries to prevent a trope from happening.
* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen.
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a ShowWithinAShow.
* '''Implied''': The trope isn't shown, but the audience is indirectly led to believe that it happened off-screen.
* '''Deconstructed''': The trope is played in such a way to show various logical and moral problems with the trope as normally played.
* '''Reconstructed''': The trope is played straight, but with the problems brought up by the {{deconstruction}} dealt with or addressed.
* '''Played For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
* '''Played For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.

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'''Basic Trope''': A trope (a common convention that you can expect to show up in certain works).
character who is promiscuous will have RapeAsBackstory.
* '''Straight''': The trope, played out normally.
Alice has lots of one night stands even though she doesn't seem to enjoy them. Eventually, she reveals that she was date raped in college.
* '''Exaggerated''': The trope, taken UpToEleven.
Alice is raped and starts sleeping around to the point that she's literally going from one bed to the next.
* '''Downplayed''': The trope, played to a smaller extent Alice was raped when she was younger and has had more partners than normal.
the average person, but it's simply because she likes sex.
* '''Justified''': The trope has a logical InUniverse explanation.
Sexual promiscuity is common in rape and sexual abuse survivors like Alice.
* '''Inverted''': The trope happens the other way around.
* '''Gender-Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.
* '''Role-Inverted''': A role-specific trope is used on the opposite role.
* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be played straight,
Alice was very sexually active before she was raped, but isn't.
afterward displays a ParalyzingFearOfSex.
* '''Subverted''':
* '''Double Subverted''': ...until shortly thereafter, when it suddenly is.
* '''Parodied''': The trope is mocked, spoofed, or played straight to ridiculous levels for specific humour value.
* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is simply "played with" in another way.
Subverted''':
* '''Averted''': The trope is Alice sleeps with a lot of people and doesn't get emotionally attached to anyone. She has a terrible relationship with her family, but it's most antagonistic with her father who she won't even speak with, becoming highly agitated any time he tries to contact her. But it's not used, implied, or mentioned at all, because Alice's dad sexually abused her. Instead, they're estranged because she's a free spirit and there may or may not be a situation where it would be possible.
* '''Enforced''': Something in RealLife that causes ExecutiveMeddling and/or the authors
her father refuses to use the trope.
respect her decision to forgo medical school and marriage.
* '''Enforced''':
-->"The MoralGuardians might get upset if we have a woman just having lots of sex with lots of different men just because she likes sex."
-->"Make her a FilleFatale with RapeAsBackstory. Then they'll come off as judgmental if they complain."
* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character calls attention "Alice has been going out so much since that party. Did something...happen to the trope as it's occurring, then carries on.
her?"
* '''Invoked''': A GenreSavvy character sets up a situation where the trope can occur.
'''Invoked''':
* '''Exploited''': A GenreSavvy character takes advantage of a trope, or the fact Skeezy Bob knows that runaways often come from abusive home, so he hangs around the trope will occur, possibly -- but not necessarily -- Invoking it in the process.
bus depot. There, he meets Alice and convinces her that sleeping with a few guys for money is easy money and means she gets to control sex.
* '''Defied''': A GenreSavvy character tries to prevent a trope from happening.
"I'm still the same person I was before the attack!"
* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about Counselor Carly assures Alice that increased sexual activity after the trope in a situation where it shock of an assault is likely not uncommon or something to happen.
be ashamed of.
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in '''Conversed''':
-->"She's such
a ShowWithinAShow.
slut. What kind of girl acts like that?"
-->"You know, sometimes people who sleep around a lot were actually sexually abused as kids."
* '''Implied''': The trope isn't shown, Alice sleeps around alot but the audience is indirectly led to believe that it happened off-screen.
* '''Deconstructed''': The trope is played in such a way to show various logical and moral problems with the trope as normally played.
* '''Reconstructed''': The trope is played straight, but with the problems brought up
freaks out any time she's approached by the {{deconstruction}} dealt with or addressed.
tall, red-headed men. Like '''really''' freaks out.
* '''Played For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
'''Deconstructed''':
* '''Reconstructed''':
* '''Played For Drama''': The trope Alice's behavior is played shown as a maladaptive coping technique. When she gets home, she throws up before frantically showering and then sits in a melodramatic or serious way.the tub under the still-running water and cries while drinking.



[[folder:Figurative]]
'''Basic Trope''': Overly genericizing a description, line of dialogue, or thing's name to the point of resembling a blank template.
* '''Straight''': The town of Town's Name has a welcome sign that says "Welcome Sign: witty slogan for Town's Name".
* '''Exaggerated''': Everyone talks like an unfilled Mad-Libs.
* '''Downplayed''':
** BrandX
** ADogNamedDog
** InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals
** HisNameReallyIsBarkeep
* '''Justified''': Town's Name was founded by an overly LiteralMinded robot.
* '''Inverted''': ???
* '''Subverted''': ???
* '''Double Subverted''': ???
* '''Parodied''': ???
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???
* '''Averted''': "Welcome to Tropesburg, where [[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife your life being ruined]] is the least of your worries!"
* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': WhoNamesTheirKidDude
* '''Invoked''': ???
* '''Exploited''': Alice goes to Town's Name to hide from a CorruptBureaucrat chasing after her, as he wouldn't think of taking the name written on the forms he forces people who know where she's gone to to fill out literally.
* '''Defied''': ???
* '''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''': ???
%%* '''Implied''': ???
%%* '''Deconstructed''':
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???
* '''Played For Laughs''': The sign is praised as the most complex and interesting town sign in the universe.
* '''Played For Drama''': Cut to the Mayor crying in his office due to his lack of creativity.
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3rd Nov '17 9:42:49 AM Crocket_Lawnchair
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* '''Exaggerated''': ???

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* '''Exaggerated''': ???Everyone talks like an unfilled Mad-Libs.



* '''Averted''': ???

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* '''Averted''': ???"Welcome to Tropesburg, where [[TvTropesWillRuinYourLife your life being ruined]] is the least of your worries!"



%%* '''Played For Laughs''': ???
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The sign is praised as the most complex and interesting town sign in the universe.
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'''Played For Drama''':Drama''': Cut to the Mayor crying in his office due to his lack of creativity.
13th Aug '17 3:57:15 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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[[folder:Figurative]]
'''Basic Trope''': Overly genericizing a description, line of dialogue, or thing's name to the point of resembling a blank template.
* '''Straight''': The town of Town's Name has a welcome sign that says "Welcome Sign: witty slogan for Town's Name".
* '''Exaggerated''': ???
* '''Downplayed''':
** BrandX
** ADogNamedDog
** InexplicablyIdenticalIndividuals
** HisNameReallyIsBarkeep
* '''Justified''': Town's Name was founded by an overly LiteralMinded robot.
* '''Inverted''': ???
* '''Subverted''': ???
* '''Double Subverted''': ???
* '''Parodied''': ???
* '''Zig Zagged''': ???
* '''Averted''': ???
* '''Enforced''': ???
* '''Lampshaded''': WhoNamesTheirKidDude
* '''Invoked''': ???
* '''Exploited''': Alice goes to Town's Name to hide from a CorruptBureaucrat chasing after her, as he wouldn't think of taking the name written on the forms he forces people who know where she's gone to to fill out literally.
* '''Defied''': ???
* '''Discussed''': ???
* '''Conversed''': ???
%%* '''Implied''': ???
%%* '''Deconstructed''':
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???
%%* '''Played For Laughs''': ???
%%* '''Played For Drama''':
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29th Jul '17 12:35:45 PM Eksekk
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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character calls attention the trope as it's occurring, then carries on.

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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character calls attention to the trope as it's occurring, then carries on.
14th Dec '16 6:59:09 AM VPhantom
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* '''Untwisted''': The trope is expected to be subverted, but isn't.
* '''Unparodied''': The trope is expected to be parodied, but isn't.
8th Dec '16 2:15:20 AM StongRadd
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* '''Role-Inverted''': A role-specific trope is used on the opposite role.
18th Sep '15 7:29:09 AM TheWhistleTropes
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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out the trope as it's occurring.

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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out calls attention the trope as it's occurring.occurring, then carries on.


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* '''Untwisted''': The trope is expected to be subverted, but isn't.
* '''Unparodied''': The trope is expected to be parodied, but isn't.
10th Jan '15 6:04:56 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': A normally unintentional trope is used quite intentionally.
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