I think that page needs a picture that illustrates the trope more obviously. I personally had to think for a while to understand why the girl in that image was supposed to be masculine (she holds the "boy" - that's a little bit too subtle in my opinion, because I think that her appearance is still 100% feminine).
edited 7th May '12 11:23:30 AM by PRH
It's about as subtle as a rock to the face. Keep Until Better Image Suggested
In uffish thoughtThe image isn't about her wearing masculine clothes; it's about how she's taking the man's role in lifting the other person, and he has the stereotypically feminine pose. Personally, I think it's a good and very clear image.
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The Other TroperMy issue is it just fits gender role reversals in general. The lift doesn't indicate the femininity or masculinity of the couple.
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Keep. The groom certainly looks more effeminate than the bride.
RQZDUGV DRVKLPD!Definitely Keep Until Better Image Suggested on this one. The Bridal Carry is a very traditional thing, and I think reversing the roles sums up the trope pretty well.
He IS holding flowers, but if an amazing picture from a work was shown, I'd consider it.
I can't think of anything good for a signature.
Teutonic Tomboy T-GirlKeep it, it's perfectly fine.
It's just fine for the trope.
Anime-tedThis lagged for damn near a month and a half and the consensus is Keep Until Better Image Suggested at worst, so I'mma go ahead and lock this.
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