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1st Feb '18 7:52:40 AM Chabal2
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', having sex (or any excessiveness of pleasure) as an Eldar will result in your soul becoming the newest sex toy for the Chaos God Slaanesh, lord of sensations and excess. This is one of the reasons they are a DyingRace. Dark Eldar avoid this by offering the souls of others in place of their own to placate Slaanesh while they indulge themselves. Natural born Dark Eldar, called "Trueborn", are still rare enough that they are treated with great honor and privilege.

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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'', having sex (or any excessiveness of pleasure) as an Eldar will result in your soul becoming the newest sex toy for the Chaos God Slaanesh, lord of sensations and excess. This is one of the reasons they are a DyingRace. Dark Eldar avoid this by offering the souls of others in place of their own to placate Slaanesh while they indulge themselves. Natural born Dark Eldar, Eldar are called "Trueborn", "Trueborn" and are still rare enough that they are treated with great honor and privilege.privilege. The vast majority of Dark Eldar are Vatborn, clones though till considered useful members of society, and what labor the Vatborn can't or refuse to do is done by billions of slaves.
13th Jan '18 5:37:01 AM erforce
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* In the ''Film/XMen'' films, Rogue can't have sex or even kiss someone ever. It tends to be hazardous to their health. In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', multiple characters point out the inherent problems faced by Iceman and Rogue.

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* In the ''Film/XMen'' films, ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'', Rogue can't have sex or even kiss someone ever. It tends to be hazardous to their health. In ''Film/X2XMenUnited'', multiple characters point out the inherent problems faced by Iceman and Rogue.



* In a deleted scene from {{Film/Hancock}}, Hancock gets propositioned by a prostitute and takes some convincing to give her a chance, when he does, he warns her that no matter what he has to pull out. When they climax, Hancock throws her off hard enough to send her into a wall, because his... ahem, [[DoubleEntendre bullets]] come out with enough force to put holes through the metal roof of his trailer. No wonder he stays celibate.

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* In a deleted scene from {{Film/Hancock}}, ''{{Film/Hancock}}'', Hancock gets propositioned by a prostitute and takes some convincing to give her a chance, when he does, he warns her that no matter what he has to pull out. When they climax, Hancock throws her off hard enough to send her into a wall, because his... ahem, [[DoubleEntendre bullets]] come out with enough force to put holes through the metal roof of his trailer. No wonder he stays celibate.
25th Nov '17 6:30:51 PM MiinU
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*''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'': It's the probable outcome for Yuri because her brother and their father [[MySisterIsOffLimits refuse to let her]] [[OverprotectiveDad have a love life]], regardless of the fact that she's an adult and mutually attracted to Robert.
24th Nov '17 11:16:40 PM animenutcase
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** Quarians are generally like this with other races--thanks to their weak immune systems, sex is dangerous even between two quarians. However, Tali, the quarian love interest in ''[[VideoGame/MassEffect2 ME2]]'' actively works to subvert the trope if you're romancing her. [[spoiler:By the third game, her immune system has adapted to Shepard and the two can have sex without issue.]]

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** Quarians are generally like this with other races--thanks to their weak immune systems, sex is dangerous even between two quarians. However, Tali, the quarian love interest in ''[[VideoGame/MassEffect2 ME2]]'' actively works to subvert the trope if you're romancing her.her, and admits that getting a nasty cold as a result is WorthIt. [[spoiler:By the third game, her immune system has adapted to Shepard and the two can have sex without issue.]]
31st Oct '17 7:58:09 AM ludditetolpuddle
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*On one occaision, where the X-Men were in the Savage Land, where mutants powers are neutralised, Rogue realised she could touch people: Gambit made of his usual leering suggestive remarks and was totally shocked when Rogue replied "You've been after this for years but now you are going to GET it!" and jumped on him and gave the most frightful seeing-to: he was still shaking and crying when they got back to the X-Mansion: when Cyclops asked him "So, how was it for you?" Gambit replied "Oh, c'est horrible! Quand ca femme a fait a moi! I will NEVER feel clean again!"
14th Sep '17 9:57:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics have many mutants with a mutation that makes sex impossible. Examples include ComicBook/{{Rogue}} and Wither, who respectively hurt or kill whatever living things they touch. Their partners would effectively need full-body condoms. In Rogue's case, the problem isn't insurmountable: there have always been characters immune to Rogue's absorption power (e. g. the Avengers' Wonder Man in her debut story) and also quite a few who could protect themselves through their own powers (e. g. Magneto in the ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse) or through a machine (e. g. the apparatus Joseph built as a Christmas present). Another way out was exposing Rogue to the powers of mutants (e. g. Leech) or machines (e. g. the one used in the "love grotto" story in UXM #350) or mystical devices (e. g. the Siege Perilous) that can strip mutants of their powers, at least temporarily. And then, there's the number of [[MentalAffair powerfully telepathic]] characters around. In any case, with some help from Professor X and Danger Rogue finally learned to control her absorption power and now can have sex if she wants. [[spoiler:Which she eventually did in ''X-Men Legacy'' #249 with Magneto.]]

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* ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics have many mutants with a mutation that makes sex impossible. Examples include ComicBook/{{Rogue}} and Wither, who respectively hurt or kill whatever living things they touch. Their partners would effectively need full-body condoms. In Rogue's case, the problem isn't insurmountable: there have always been characters immune to Rogue's absorption power (e. g. the Avengers' Wonder Man in her debut story) and also quite a few who could protect themselves through their own powers (e. g. Magneto in the ComicBook/AgeOfApocalypse) or through a machine (e. g. the apparatus Joseph built as a Christmas present). Another way out was exposing Rogue to the powers of mutants (e. g. Leech) or machines (e. g. the one used in the "love grotto" story in UXM #350) or mystical devices (e. g. the Siege Perilous) that can strip mutants of their powers, at least temporarily. And then, there's the number of [[MentalAffair powerfully telepathic]] characters around. In any case, with some help from Professor X and Danger Rogue finally learned to control her absorption power and now can have sex if she wants. [[spoiler:Which she eventually did in ''X-Men Legacy'' #249 with Magneto.]]]] Wither was a bit more tragic, however. When he thought he lost his powers after many other mutants did, he melted his girlfriend's arm off. The only person who was immune to his powers was the vampiric villainess Selene, who then seduced him into her service.
10th Sep '17 12:04:35 PM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/TheYoungProtectors'', Kyle avoids any sort of sexual activity in his teenage years, since his first [[ADateWithRosiePalms Date with Rosie Palms]] caused him to lose control of his [[PlayingWithFire pyrokinesis]] and burn his parents' house down. Zig-zagged when he loses his virginity in a fireproof building to someone who can withstand his powers.
3rd Sep '17 4:53:00 AM lillolillo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'': Wildfire doesn't actually have a ''body'', having been turned into an EnergyBeing by a FreakLabAccident. This puts severe stress on his romance with fellow Legionnaire Dawnstar. Eventually he learns to create a solid body... but it's still made of energy, and Dawnstar gets burned trying to touch him. This is the point where he tells her to just go.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'': ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'': Wildfire doesn't actually have a ''body'', having been turned into an EnergyBeing by a FreakLabAccident. This puts severe stress on his romance with fellow Legionnaire Dawnstar. Eventually he learns to create a solid body... but it's still made of energy, and Dawnstar gets burned trying to touch him. This is the point where he tells her to just go.


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* In ''Series/TheFlash2014''/''Series/Supergirl2015'' crossover ''Fanfic/CallMeKara'', [[Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} Kara]] can't have sex with [[Franchise/TheFlash Barry]] without her literally snapping him in half. This is averted when Winn builds her a red sun radiation bracelet which nullifies her powers.
23rd Aug '17 10:23:19 PM PaulA
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* This is a frequent problem in Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/TheShipWho...'' series, where the protagonists are very handicapped humans who operate as the "brain" of a ship. They can't get physical when they are an immobilized body in a column. Averted halfway through the series, when one brain deals with the problem by commissioning a remote-controlled full-sensory human body, opening up the same possibility for other brains.

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* This is a frequent an occasional problem in Creator/AnneMcCaffrey's ''Literature/TheShipWho...'' ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series, where the protagonists are very handicapped humans who operate as the "brain" of a ship. They can't get physical when they are an immobilized body in a column. Averted halfway through the series, in ''Literature/TheShipWhoSearched'', when one brain deals with the problem by commissioning a remote-controlled full-sensory human body, opening up the same possibility for other brains.
19th Aug '17 1:42:10 AM NaraNumas
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* In a deleted scene from {{Film/Hancock}}, Hancock gets propositioned by a prostitute and takes some convincing to give her a chance, when he does, he warns her that no matter what he has to pull out. When they climax, Hancock throws her off hard enough to send her into a wall, because his... ahem, [[DoubleEntendre bullets]] come out with enough force to put holes through the metal roof of his trailer. No wonder he stays celibate.
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