Some people look at tropes as if they're things to avoid, like horribly overused ideas that only a hack would stoop to use. In truth, tropes are the building blocks of any good story. The difference between a terrible hack and a fantastic storyteller is knowing how to tweak those tropes and make them feel fresh again, no matter how many times the audience might have seen something similar before. That is your task in the Trope Twister challenge: take the trope and tweak it or use it in an unexpected way to make it your own. Today your challenge is a classic trope: the damsel in distress. The normal version of this trope is pretty basic: a woman is in some kind of bad or dangerous situation (kidnapped by the bad guy, trapped in a tower cell, hanging over a volcano from a fraying piece of rope, dying from a very slow-acting poison, etc.), the usually male hero swoops in and saves her, and most of the time the hero is rewarded with a kiss or possibly more for the daring rescue. This has been a mainstay of storytelling for thousands of years and it has been used in thousands of ways. Your challenge is to use it in a way that breaks the mold of the usual, to subvert one or more of the components of this trope to make it stand out from the hordes of stories that use it in the simplest fashion. Write something as short or long as you like, use whatever genre and plot you want, but be sure to put any libertine type material into an appropriately labeled spoiler.