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Basic Trope: A character has different genders in different places

  • Straight: Bob's dog is female in America, but is male in Japan
  • Exaggerated: Bob's dog is a Girly Girl in America, but is a non-Bishonen male in Japan
  • Downplayed: Bob's dog is a tomboy in America, but is a Bishonen in Japan
  • Justified: Bob's dog was seen with feminine qualities in Japan.
  • Inverted: Bob's dog is male in America, but female in Japan
  • Subverted: Cue Unsettling Gender Reveal to Bob's dog in America. His gender remains male in Japan, though
  • Double Subverted: But suddenly, Bob's dog was taken to the vet. In the version with the gender reveal that opposed the audience's thoughts, the dog went under Gender-changing Surgery offscreen (And, as a matter of fact, wasn't Lampshaded at all).
  • Parodied: In Japan, Bob's dog wears a hat with the symbol "♂" in it. That symbol was changed to the symbol "♀".
  • Zig Zagged: See Double Subverted. After that, it was revealed that the gender-changing surgery failed.
  • Averted: Bob's dog is female in America and Japan.
  • Enforced: One episode featuring Bob's dog revealed that its love was a male hound. So the makers Bowdlerized the Ho Yay.
  • Lampshaded: (Subbed) "Be strong, little guy" (Dubbed) "Who's a good girl?"
  • Invoked: ???
  • Exploited: In Japan, a female dog was used as bait. In America, this dog was male.
  • Defied: ???
  • Discussed: ???
  • Conversed: "So, let me guess. That TV show's Bob has a female dog that's male in Japan."
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