OK, that implies
that the latter is a subtrope of the former.
Secondly, Best Her to Bed Her
necessitates some sort of competition. The man can't just surpass her from afar, he has to emerge victorious directly against her.
First, that seems to run counter to the second half of Best Her to Bed Her
's first paragraph, about winning a metaphorical
battle, and all the uses of "can
take charge", etc., which imply that he doesn't have to actually "conquer" her or "take charge", just demonstrate the potential ability to (admittedly, that may be pedantic, but it is there; if it's wrong phrasing, then we have to fix it).
Second, I can't see where you got the impression that Best Her to Bed Her
and All Amazons Want Hercules
differ on this matter. They seem equal to each other in this regard.
edited 14th Dec '13 3:41:55 AM by MarqFJA