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24th Aug '16 7:00:31 PM DesertDragon
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** The series actually deconstructs this trope somewhat. Not only is alien fetishism a frequent topic of discussion within the game's universe, but many pairings have to be careful not to poison each other with their bodily fluids during sex, as Mordin points out should Shepard enter a relationship with Garrus.

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** The series actually deconstructs this trope somewhat. Not only is alien fetishism a frequent topic of discussion within the game's universe, universe (and not just from a human's perspective), but many pairings have to be careful not to poison each other with their bodily fluids during sex, as Mordin points out should Shepard enter a relationship with Garrus.


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** In a case of RealityEnsues, however, HalfHumanHybrids are ''completely'' nonexistent, which is understandable given the troubles different pairings have in the first place. Even the asari technically reproduce asexually--a partner is necessary to stimulate her body into pregnancy, but the offspring is purely her own.
20th Aug '16 3:52:09 PM JackG
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* Deconstructed in James Tiptree, Jr's story, ''And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side'' as just a trashy form of sex tourism that only perverted aliens indulge in, as part of a [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything their exploitation of Earth for its resources]].

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* Deconstructed in James Tiptree, Jr's story, ''And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side'' as just a trashy form of sex tourism that only perverted aliens indulge in, as part of a [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything their exploitation of Earth for its resources]].
20th Aug '16 3:50:48 PM JackG
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* James Tiptree, Jr's story, ''And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side'' .

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* Deconstructed in James Tiptree, Jr's story, ''And I Awoke and Found Me Here on the Cold Hill's Side'' .Side'' as just a trashy form of sex tourism that only perverted aliens indulge in, as part of a [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything their exploitation of Earth for its resources]].
12th Aug '16 11:59:44 AM ChronoLegion
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** Ironic of him to ask Kif that question, since Kif also ended up making it with a hot, alien babe, namely Amy Wong. Which means ''she'' filled this trope, too. And so did Leela, when ''[[MisterSeahorse she got Kif pregnant]]'' ([[BizarreAlienBiology accidentally; don't ask]]). In fact, Zapp is the only one of the four who ''hasn't'', despite having built his whole life around trying.

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** Ironic of him to ask Kif that question, since Kif also ended up making it with a hot, alien babe, namely Amy Wong. Which means ''she'' filled this trope, too. And so did Leela, when ''[[MisterSeahorse she got Kif pregnant]]'' ([[BizarreAlienBiology accidentally; don't ask]]). In fact, Zapp is the only one of the four who ''hasn't'', despite having built his whole life around trying.trying (he sleeps with Leela, who he thinks is an alien, but she later turns out to be a human mutant).
12th Aug '16 11:51:57 AM ChronoLegion
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* Parodied in ''Film/MyStepmotherIsAnAlien'' with Celeste, who is a gorgeous HumanAlien, arriving to Earth to investigate the source of the signal that has damaged her planet. Her race is extremely logical and pragmatic, having gotten rid of emotions long ago. She starts dating the scientist, who has sent the signal, and, eventually, things lead into the bedroom. The problem? She has no idea what sex is. When she asks her [[ItMakesSenseInContext talking purse]], the purse looks up the term in the dictionary, but the appropriate definition has been redacted. The purse then finds some "[[InternetIsForPorn instructional videos]]" (Celeste comments that this Debbie is a busy woman), horrifying the alien female. She resolves to go through with it for the mission and is surprised to find it very pleasurable, asking her partner why they're only doing this now instead of all along. At the end of the film, after she ends up marrying him, her brother-in-law ends up leaving on the spaceship sent to pick her up in order to teach the aliens about human emotions. Given that the all-female crew of the ship is extremely attractive, the guy will have a lot of fun teaching them about this trope.
12th Aug '16 11:45:29 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Series/FirstWave'', Gua infiltrators frequently use sex to achieve their goals. However, the show never actually shows us true Gua. All we see are HalfHumanHybrid husks with Gua minds downloaded into them. Presumably, they're engineered to be compatible with humans. To their delight, human sex is very pleasurable, unlike the very painful Gua sex, so they are all to happy to "sleep their way to the top". Also, they deliberately engineer most of their husks to be attractive. However, most humans have no idea they're actually having sex with an alien.
12th Aug '16 11:35:35 AM ChronoLegion
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'''Riker:''' One, or both?

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'''Riker:''' One, or both?both?\\
12th Aug '16 11:35:19 AM ChronoLegion
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(''The Klingons burst out laughing'')
24th Jun '16 11:05:05 AM Doug86
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* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'': Every single major love interest that John Stewart has ever had was an alien. He has been married to the red/magenta Korugaran Katma Tui and dated the blue Baraquan Merayn Dethalis.
* In ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'', [[ComicBook/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]] has retired to a planet of green Gumby-like humanoids, married a local, and sired at least one little half-Gumby/half-Lantern.

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* ''ComicBook/GreenLantern'': ''Franchise/GreenLantern'': Every single major love interest that John Stewart has ever had was an alien. He has been married to the red/magenta Korugaran Katma Tui and dated the blue Baraquan Merayn Dethalis.
* In ''ComicBook/TheDarkKnightStrikesAgain'', [[ComicBook/GreenLantern [[Franchise/GreenLantern Hal Jordan]] has retired to a planet of green Gumby-like humanoids, married a local, and sired at least one little half-Gumby/half-Lantern.
7th Jun '16 6:14:29 PM Berrenta
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* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'':
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe'':
*** In the sixth game [[spoiler:Sophia mentions in a support conversation that her mother was a dragon.]] It's possible that [[spoiler: ''Roy'' is actually a quarter dragon because his mom could have been Ninian. However, it's left very ambiguous as his mother could also be Lyndis or Fiora.]]
*** In ''Hasha no Tsurugi'', the manga adaptation of ''Fire Emblem 6'' , [[spoiler:Al is the child of the human leader of the Eight Divine Generals (Hartmut the Hero) and a female Ice Dragon]].
*** In the seventh game [[spoiler:Ninian and Nils were the children of a female ice dragon and [[BigBad a human druid]].]]
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius'':
*** The half-dragon receives his non-human blood from his mother. [[spoiler:Aside from Soren, the only other branded to have his precise parentage confirmed is the unnamed first branded, who plays this straight.]]
*** In ''Awakening'', all of the male characters barring Chrom, Basilio and the [=SpotPass=] guys can marry the manakete Nowi or the Taguel Panne, while Nowi's daughter Nah can hook up with any of her human male friends and a male Avatar. The male Avatar can also marry Tiki, another Manakete. A gender-flip occurs with Panne's son Yarne, who can marry his human female friends as well as a female Avatar.
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