- Straight: Alice rapes her roommate, Brittany. Nobody believes Brittany when she tells about it or she's told that it's "not that bad" or that it's "hot".
- Alice is a serial sex-offender who was never convicted or even suspected because she's a woman who targets women.
- Charles, one of Alice's acquaintances, hears about her ways and goes: "You rape other women? THAT'S SO HOT! CAN I WATCH?"
- Even Brittany herself ends up thinking the rape was all right, or even a positive experience.
- Alice and Charles rape Brittany equally brutally. Charles is demoted to full irredeemable status, while what Alice did to Brittany is considered "hot", both by other characters and the narrative.
- Downplayed: Alice sexually harasses Brittany, and it's treated as not as bad as if the perpetrator had been a man.
- Justified: Because women can't penetrate other women without using a sex-toy, it's believed that the expression "lesbian rape" is an aberration or even an oxymoron.
- Inverted: Rape is only serious if it's female on female.
- Alice is about to rape Brittany again but Brittany fights back and succeeds to have Alice convicted for assault...
- People in the story possess the Double Standard but the writers don't. It's shown to be emotionally traumatizing to Brittany.
- After Exaggerated #2, it's revealed that Charles is a rapist himself, and both Alice and him are considered horrible people.
- Double Subverted:
- ... but in jail, Alice just continues her ways on other female inmates which is ignored or even watched by male guards.
- Until the writers get replaced by a new team who Retool the story into a sexy lesbian porn comedy... without actually changing the story, just how itís presented.
- But Alice is actually Andy, and got a sex change operation to avoid any prosecution. Therefore, what he and Charles did was evil because theyíre both men.
- Parodied: Alice rapes Brittany and gets rewarded for it.
- Zig Zagged:
- Averted: Officer Emily takes Brittany's story seriously, finds out about Alice's ways and, utterly grossed out, promptly heads out to detain Alice.
- Enforced: ďIt's a lesbian porn flick, what'd you expect?Ē
Charles: Brittany, I don't see what's so terrible about it. What's the worse thing a woman can do to another woman anyway? It's not like you were raped or something...
Brittany: I can't share this with a man. You know how they feel about lesbians and it would only arouse them.
Alice: No man would convict me if I rape another woman, since no one would care what she would think of it. Therefore, I have a full playground just for me!
Brittany: Taking advantage of a Double Standard to have your way with unwilling women? Alice, you're disgusting. I'll call the police on you.
Charles: Don't be ridiculous, Brittany! How can a woman possibly rape another woman? With her tiny little fingers?
- Conversed: "Lesbian rape is just too fetishy to be treated seriously."
- Implied: Brittany talks about her first sexual experience in a way that implies it was rape, yet itís played for comedy.
- Plotted A Good Waste: The author is sick of this and deliberately writes the most disgusting, unappealing lesbian rape scene they can; even though itís considered sexy in-universe, the audience is meant to be revolted.
- Deconstructed: Brittany tells her story to several friends, only to find out that female-on-female rape only revolts women. Men on the other hand find it "cute", "sexy" or "not that serious". As a result, she lashes out violently at any woman who tries to make passes at her and also forms a strong contempt of the men who like and encourage them.
- Reconstructed: Eventually, Brittany decides to take matters in her own hands and devises a scheme to convict Alice or to simply keep her at bay.
- Played For Laughs: Black Comedy Rape.
- Played For Drama: See Subverted #2.
Back to Double Standard: Rape, Female on Female, and donít think you can rape it just because youíre both women.