Invoked: Queen Dahlia trains Alice specifically to outperform men.
Exploited: While Bob isn't as talented as Alice, he has one skill that she doesn't: He's good at strategizing. Therefor, by combining her versatile skillset, and his sharp mind, Alice and Bob are able to accomplish goals and overcome obstacles that otherwise would be extremely difficult to deal without one another.
Defied: Prince Bob is in an Arranged Marriage with Princess Alice. When he hears how vastly talented she is, he immediately begins brushing up on his own skills to impress her.
Discussed: "Alice and Bob don't belong together. She's so much better than him at everything."
Conversed: "Wow, Bob sure is pathetic compared to Alice."
Deconstructed: The talented Princess Alice is engaged to the drab and untalented Prince Bob. Charlie, who is just as talented as Alice, is jealous of Bob because he thinks he's much better for Alice.
Reconstructed: It was revealed that Alice simply accepted Bob for who he is and is long willing to support him through.