While we do love our trope namers

The Beard: Gavin for Maria, called her smokescreen. The Voiceless: Randy never spoke on screen so far. Transsexual: Should be pretty obvious by now. While Rain is MtF transgender, the character of Ky(or Kylie) also falls under this category, as they are genderfluid. As does Aiken’s ex fiancee Jessie evidently. Vincent who used to be a Vivian Ana is a complicated case. She is intersex,went through „corrective surgery”, and was assigned male. As soon as she could talk, she fought this and went underwent medical and social transition to correct this. She does not identify as Trans, however, and as Rain puts it, is „as stealth as stealth gets”. Traumatic Haircut: Kellen does this to Rain while she is sleeping. Understatement: There is a brief Flashback that shows Rudy coming out, with his dad calling the operator for a young priest and an old priest, and his mom crying badly. The page title? Slight Overeaction. Unsettling Gender Reveal: Gavin is rather shocked that the cute girl, Rain is his childhood friend, formerly known as Ryan. He gets over it eventually. Aiken is very angry when he finds out his fianc Jessica is transgender, and breaks up the engagement. It doesn’t help that she told him only because she knew she wouldn’t be able to hide the truth any more. He calms down, but doesn’t seem to really get over it. And then he finds out about Rain. Unwanted Harem: It seems that every kid in the school with a compatible sexual orientation gets a crush on Rain. The attention is very much unwanted, for fear that someone will find out her secret. Mercilessly lampshaded by Maria, who points out to a new transfer student that all female transfers end up being doggedly pursued by the male members of the student body. Maria: Welcome to St. Horndog I mean Hallvard.

The following points http://courtneylansdowne.com/must-be-invited-dracula-waits-patiently-on-the-doorway-for-an/, while not an actual ‚policy’ (we have the NamingATrope page for that) are talking points to consider on the issue. „The [Event]”, „The [Character]”, „The [Adjective]”, etc. TheKillerWasLeftHanded) that just ”happens” to start with a „the” are exempt from this matter. YKTTW’s) whose titles start with a „The” are simply the user wanting to name a trope after their [[TropeNamer favorite example of it]]. While we do love our trope namers, SturgeonsLaw (unfortunately) applies and most of these proposals just don’t pan out. Naming a trope after an example of itself runs contrary to point number one of ClearConciseWitty (and is an actual rule for NamingATrope), because a lot of people just won’t get the reference. Note that there will (usually) only be ”one” TheHero, ”one” TheDragon serving the (one) BigBad, ”one” TheMole sent to infiltrate the hero’s TrueCompanions, or so on. If you have two characters who are equal parts TheHero, can you point at both of them and say „Alice and Bob are TheHero”? (A GrammarNazi will arrest you for that; Alice and Bob are the ”heroes”, plural.).

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