Dating a psychopathic woman

Everyone knows that Men Are the Expendable Gender, after all.Other tropes reveal gender assumptions in a more complicated fashion; Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male reveals assumptions about both men and women — women are assumed not to have any sexual potency (so they can't hurt men with sex), and men, unlike women, are not considered 'defiled' or 'deflowered' by sexual acts (so men can't be hurt by sex, unless it's done by another man, sometimes not even then).

One challenge is to keep it interesting, so he takes over a woman after having her behave very rudely to her date, Dave.Also, merely being Always Male or Always Female does not a sexist trope make, unless that trope has built-in sexism.In fact, underhanded sexism (of the "frequently sexist in execution or delivery but not sexist in nature" variety; see below) is most prevalent in tropes that are in theory gender-neutral, but whose examples are in overwhelming majority male or female (where one draws the line may be a matter of opinion).He learns that she acts the way she does because she was cursed by a demon.He concocts a plan to strike a bargain with the demon in order to get some of the demon’s powers. Lace, a deadly assassin trained in ninjutsu, has been dispatched to the barony of Akehito Koyasu to investigate mysterious happenings centered around the arrival of his new wife, Lady Yoko.

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