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Basic Trope: People into bondage are portrayed as philosophical/intellectual.

  • Straight: Mistress Alice, a Dominatrix, is brilliant and philosophical.
  • Exaggerated: Mistress Alice is the smartest person in the world.
  • Justified: She became a dominatrix to put herself through law school.
  • Inverted: Mistress Alice is The Ditz.
  • Subverted: Alice becomes a Dominatrix to put herself through law school, but discovers that she isn't into it, and quits the job.
  • Double Subverted:...Because she wants to Dom for love, not money.
  • Parodied: All the high IQ society talks about is bondage.
  • Deconstructed: Because of her intelligence and bondage fetish, Mistress Alice has trouble finding friends or romantic partners, and feels doubly isolated.
  • Reconstructed: Until she finds Slave John, who is just as intelligent as she is.
  • Zig Zagged: Alice likes BSDM. She is noted as an amazing computer tech. But she then fumbles with a computer. Actually, the personal settings were odd. Not that it helped when they got changed. But that's because the data she needs is in a random place, so it just looked like Alice was stumbling around.
  • Averted:
  • Enforced: The Author is into bondage and is frustrated with Bondage Is Bad stories.
  • Lampshaded: "Do you keep the bullwhip behind the PHD?"
  • Invoked: "We need somebody who is smart but also has a sexual notability."
  • Exploited: The villan uses BSDM in order to get the smart one to work for them by displaying an apparent comfort to them.
  • Defied: Alice is smart, but the only reason she has the mask is to scare people, she really dislikes unnecessary pain.
  • Discussed: ???
  • Conversed: ???

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