History Main / AllWomenAreLustful

19th Sep '17 10:17:56 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Music/DrDre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele cover]] by [[WebVideo/FilthyFrank Pink Guy]]) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Music/DrDre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele ukulele cover]] by [[WebVideo/FilthyFrank Pink Guy]]) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:
13th Sep '17 8:39:46 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Dr. Dre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele cover]] by [[WebVideo/FilthyFrank Pink Guy]]) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Dr. Dre Music/DrDre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele cover]] by [[WebVideo/FilthyFrank Pink Guy]]) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:
10th Sep '17 7:59:27 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Dr. Dre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele cover]] by WebVideo/FilthyFrank) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUfzMDryA94 "Bitches Ain't Shit"]] by Dr. Dre (now with a [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcf4yS5_aiI ukelele cover]] by WebVideo/FilthyFrank) [[WebVideo/FilthyFrank Pink Guy]]) puts a more negative and {{misogyn|ySong}}istic spin on this trope:
5th Sep '17 2:20:42 PM Xtifr
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* K.W. Jeter's classic ClockPunk novel ''Infernal Devices'' (no, not [[Literature/TheInfernalDevices that one]], has two prominent female characters. Both seem to barely think of anything other than boning the hero, a ''veddy'' proper Victorian Gentleman who would never dream of engaging in illicit sex. In fact, he's horrified at the very notion of horny women, all while being completely unable to escape them. Thankfully one of them [[spoiler: is able to get it on with a clockwork automaton of the hero.]]

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* K.W. Jeter's Creator/KWJeter's classic ClockPunk SteamPunk novel ''Infernal Devices'' (no, not [[Literature/TheInfernalDevices that one]], Devices'', has two prominent female characters. Both seem to barely think of anything other than boning the hero, a ''veddy'' proper Victorian Gentleman who would never dream of engaging in illicit sex. In fact, he's horrified at the very notion of horny women, all while being completely unable to escape them. Thankfully one of them [[spoiler: is able to get it on with a clockwork automaton of the hero.]]
28th Aug '17 12:19:23 AM lalaTKG
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* Most of the girls on ''Literature/GossipGirl'' show this to a degree. A recurring situation in the first season was that the guys Blair and Serena dated kept insisting on "waiting", whereas Blair and Serena both just wanted sex. Blair spends at least one episode a season trying to seduce/sleeping with Chuck just because she wants sex. Also, Serena apparently considers a few weeks an impossibly long time to wait for sex. Since the [[AllMenArePerverts boys are just as bad]], it's really more like People Love Sex.

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* Most of the girls on ''Literature/GossipGirl'' show this to a degree. A recurring situation in the first season was that the guys Blair and Serena dated kept insisting on "waiting", whereas Blair and Serena both just wanted sex. Blair spends at least one episode a season trying to seduce/sleeping seduce/sleep with Chuck just because she wants sex. Also, Serena apparently considers a few weeks an impossibly long time to wait for sex. Since the [[AllMenArePerverts boys are just as bad]], it's really more like People Love Sex.
28th Aug '17 12:15:42 AM lalaTKG
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* Amahara's ''World of Moral Reversal'' takes place in a world where all the women have a higher libido compared to the more reserved men, and are far more open about their boy-lusting. You'll constantly see girls talking about losing their virginity In the H doujin series of comics before it [[BleachedUnderpants became]] a serialized {{Ecchi}}, the main male character (a boy from "our" world who somehow ended up there) exploited this trope as hard as he could and presented himself as their equivalent to an easy lay. Meanwhile, the serialized version stars a girl from "our" world instead, as she tries to come to terms with the open sexuality of girls there.

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* Amahara's ''World of Moral Reversal'' takes place in a world where all the women have a higher libido compared to the more reserved men, and are far more open about their boy-lusting. You'll constantly see girls talking about losing their virginity virginity, ogling male magazines, or watching porn. In the H doujin series of comics before it [[BleachedUnderpants became]] a serialized {{Ecchi}}, the main male character (a boy from "our" world who somehow ended up there) exploited this trope as hard as he could and presented himself as their equivalent to an easy lay. Meanwhile, the serialized version stars a girl from "our" world instead, as she tries to come to terms with the open sexuality of girls there.
28th Aug '17 12:13:57 AM lalaTKG
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* Amahara's ''World of Moral Reversal'' takes place in a world where all the women have a higher libido compared to the more reserved men, and are far more open about their boy-lusting. In the H doujin series of comics before it [[BleachedUnderpants became]] a serialized {{{Ecchi}}, the main male character exploited this trope as hard as he could and presented himself as their equivalent to an easy lay.

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* Amahara's ''World of Moral Reversal'' takes place in a world where all the women have a higher libido compared to the more reserved men, and are far more open about their boy-lusting. You'll constantly see girls talking about losing their virginity In the H doujin series of comics before it [[BleachedUnderpants became]] a serialized {{{Ecchi}}, {{Ecchi}}, the main male character (a boy from "our" world who somehow ended up there) exploited this trope as hard as he could and presented himself as their equivalent to an easy lay.lay. Meanwhile, the serialized version stars a girl from "our" world instead, as she tries to come to terms with the open sexuality of girls there.
28th Aug '17 12:11:09 AM lalaTKG
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* Amahara's ''World of Moral Reversal'' takes place in a world where all the women have a higher libido compared to the more reserved men, and are far more open about their boy-lusting. In the H doujin series of comics before it [[BleachedUnderpants became]] a serialized {{{Ecchi}}, the main male character exploited this trope as hard as he could and presented himself as their equivalent to an easy lay.



* All women in the [[OneWorldOrder World Union]] in ''VideoGame/CulpaInnata'' are like this. All women ''born'' in the World Union are like this. Immigrants from "Rogue States" still cling to "outdated" traditions and expect the man to be the initiator of a relationship and the one to buy gifts and pay for dates. In fact, this is gender-flipped in the Union for "scientific" reasons, which is a problem for both male and female immigrants. Male immigrants put off Union women with their "aggressive" approach, while female immigrants have a hard time getting themselves to ask men out (especially those from heavily-patriarchal cultures). Especially since, for the most part, relationships in the Union are short and primary sex-based (marriages, or "nuptual agreements", are illegal).

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* All women in the [[OneWorldOrder World Union]] in ''VideoGame/CulpaInnata'' ''VisuaNovel/CulpaInnata'' are like this. All women ''born'' in the World Union are like this. Immigrants from "Rogue States" still cling to "outdated" traditions and expect the man to be the initiator of a relationship and the one to buy gifts and pay for dates. In fact, this is gender-flipped in the Union for "scientific" reasons, which is a problem for both male and female immigrants. Male immigrants put off Union women with their "aggressive" approach, while female immigrants have a hard time getting themselves to ask men out (especially those from heavily-patriarchal cultures). Especially since, for the most part, relationships in the Union are short and primary sex-based (marriages, or "nuptual agreements", are illegal).
28th Aug '17 12:02:21 AM lalaTKG
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* That's what Hugh Hefner has been saying in ''Magazine/{{Playboy}} by having either an explicit or an implicit male presence in the pictorials.

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* That's what Hugh Hefner has been saying in ''Magazine/{{Playboy}} ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' by having either an explicit or an implicit male presence in the pictorials.
20th Aug '17 7:53:15 AM MiinU
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** It's worse in Clara's case, since she's a virgin with raging hormones because of how long she's tried to keep it in check. But in ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'', she gets possessed by a phallic parasite that causes its host to seek out strong, fertile women. Clara uses it as a strap-on and bangs [[spoiler: Mei]] several times back-to-back, then goes to N.U.D.E's HQ. By the time Athena arrives, Clara has ravished the entire staff; leaving most passed out naked on the floor, while others are seen slumped over their desks.
-->'''Athena:''' ''(cradling Jun)'' "Are you okay??"
-->'''Jun:''' ''(with {{empty eyes}})'' "Please... no more. If you thrust it inside me anymore... I'll go crazy. Forgive... Clara."
-->''(Jun faints and goes limp in Athena's arms)''
** It ends with Clara having sex with [[spoiler: [[ParentalIncest her mother]]]], by using her {{super speed}} to create physical copies of herself and gangbang her 'til both of them [[TheImmodestOrgasm finally pass out.]] The parasite is reduced to an empty husk; having been [[OutWithABang overloaded by the combined energy]] from both their orgasms.

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** It's worse in Clara's case, since she's a virgin with raging hormones because of how long she's tried to keep it in check. But in ''"Amazing Eighth Wonder Vol.1"'', she gets possessed by a phallic parasite that causes its host to seek out strong, fertile women. Clara uses it as a strap-on and bangs [[spoiler: Mei]] several times back-to-back, then goes to N.U.D.E's HQ. By the time Athena arrives, Clara has ravished the entire staff; leaving most passed out naked on the floor, while others are seen slumped over their desks.
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-->'''Athena:''' ''(cradling Jun)'' Risa)'' "Are you okay??"
-->'''Jun:''' -->'''Risa:''' ''(with {{empty eyes}})'' "Please... no more. If you thrust it inside me anymore... I'll go crazy. Forgive... Clara."
-->''(Jun faints and goes limp in Athena's arms)''
** It ends with Clara having sex with [[spoiler: [[ParentalIncest her mother]]]], by using her {{super speed}} to create physical copies of herself and gangbang her 'til both of them [[TheImmodestOrgasm finally pass out.]] The parasite is reduced to an empty husk; having been [[OutWithABang overloaded by the combined energy]] from both their orgasms.
" ''(faints)''
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