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6th Sep '16 8:08:33 PM ejj
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* The lesbian sex scene in ''EkoEkoAzarak'' might be viewed by some unkind souls as not being entirely essential to the plot.

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* The {{Ryoka Yuzuki}}'s lesbian sex scene in ''EkoEkoAzarak'' might be viewed by some unkind souls as not being entirely essential to the plot.
20th Aug '16 6:04:19 PM TheBigBopper
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* Happens between Satoru and Saki in ''FromTheNewWorld'', although considering the emotionally distressing events they'd just gone through as well as the cultural norms for their society, it's understandable that it happened.

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* Happens between Satoru and Saki in ''FromTheNewWorld'', ''Literature/FromTheNewWorld'', although considering the emotionally distressing events they'd just gone through as well as the cultural norms for their society, it's understandable that it happened.
11th Aug '16 3:03:56 PM MiinU
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*''[[Anime/QueensBlade Queen's Blade]]'': Invoked whenever Nyx allows her staff, Funikura, to tentacle rape her in exchange for magical power. First seen during her match against [[CatGirl Elina]], who was stunned speechless that her opponent was [[LooksLikeSheIsEnjoyingIt having sex]] ''[[InterplayOfSexAndViolence with her weapon]]'' in the middle of a duel!
9th Aug '16 10:23:22 PM PaulA
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* Vlad's first encounter with Cawti in ''{{Dragaera}}''. Usually, a recently-resurrected person has a very different first meeting with the person who killed them.
** It was at least foreshadowed (the book started with Vlad griping about how assassinating somebody always makes him horny), and the suddenness of the jump into sex and relationship is noted afterwards. Neither really ameliorates the effect.

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* Vlad's first encounter with Cawti in ''{{Dragaera}}''. the ''Literature/{{Dragaera}}'' series. Usually, a recently-resurrected person has a very different first meeting with the person who killed them.
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them. It was at least foreshadowed (the book started with Vlad griping about how assassinating somebody always makes him horny), and the suddenness of the jump into sex and relationship is noted afterwards. Neither really ameliorates the effect.
4th Jun '16 12:35:06 PM Morgenthaler
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* In the EarthsChildren series, from ''The Valley of Horses'' onward, the main couple have long, detailed sex scenes like... all the time. Minor characters too, sometimes. Apart from a few plot-important scenes, they do little except demonstrate the sexual openness of the culture... a point which was already made in other ways, such as through dialogue.

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* In the EarthsChildren Literature/EarthsChildren series, from ''The Valley of Horses'' onward, the main couple have long, detailed sex scenes like... all the time. Minor characters too, sometimes. Apart from a few plot-important scenes, they do little except demonstrate the sexual openness of the culture... a point which was already made in other ways, such as through dialogue.
24th May '16 7:33:53 PM Kid
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* Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt is pretty bad at this. Her novels have plenty of sex scenes, and in her debut ''Literature/{{Overenskommelser}}, we also get a really long rape scene. These scenes would have worked just as well (or maybe even better) if they had been shorter and less detailed. Many of them aren't even necessary for the plot. But they're still there, and Simona's latest novel, "De skandalösa", is close to being pure erotica.

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* Creator/SimonaAhrnstedt is pretty bad at this. Her novels have plenty of sex scenes, and in her debut ''Literature/{{Overenskommelser}}, ''Literature/{{Overenskommelser}}'', we also get a really long rape scene. These scenes would have worked just as well (or maybe even better) if they had been shorter and less detailed. Many of them aren't even necessary for the plot. But they're still there, and Simona's latest novel, "De skandalösa", is close to being pure erotica.
23rd May '16 8:51:01 PM Willbyr
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** Really, this is a somewhat universal [[NasuVerse Nasu]] thing. One gets the feeling that he doesn't really WANT to write H-scenes, and is only shoehorning them in out of some imagined obligation to the fanbase. This may have something to do with why they are so hilariously BAD that they tend to induce drinking games rather than arousal. ("Every time there's dialogue with an ellipsis in it, take a sip! Every time he mentions seafood, take a shot!")

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** Really, this is a somewhat universal [[NasuVerse [[Franchise/NasuVerse Nasu]] thing. One gets the feeling that he doesn't really WANT to write H-scenes, and is only shoehorning them in out of some imagined obligation to the fanbase. This may have something to do with why they are so hilariously BAD that they tend to induce drinking games rather than arousal. ("Every time there's dialogue with an ellipsis in it, take a sip! Every time he mentions seafood, take a shot!")
19th May '16 11:49:07 PM Acebrock
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* Obviously, most people tend to stop whatever tasks they're doing in order to engage in sex in real life (though there are of course many, many exceptions). However, perhaps the closest example that fits the spirit of this trope is the so-called "one night stand" where two individuals end up having sex who perhaps weren't planning to, and often (especially following hook-ups fuelled by alcohol or drugs) the participants try to forget it happened.
** The MileHighClub is a direct relation to this trope.
** The application of this trope in certain circumstances, such as driving an automobile, has had fatal consequences. And yes, people have tried.
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18th May '16 5:40:53 PM Exusia
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* ''WebComic/TheRockCocks'' has at least one sex scene per chapter. Track 5 has ''three'' going concurrently, between Steg and Suria, Seth and Georgie, and Redd, Rei and Meg.
9th May '16 10:15:07 AM dmcreif
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* Happens repeatedly in the first few episodes of ''Series/JessicaJones2015''. Made even more ridiculous by Jessica not appearing to have undressed at all for any of the scenes for her and Luke Cage's DestructoNookie. There's also an awkward sex scene with Trish and Simpson in the middle of the season. Has resulted in some BrokenBase as the show's defenders claim the amount of sex is appropriate for the story, while others disagree. Some defenders of the series are upset by the fact that most media coverage of the series has focused on the sexual content, despite it being a relatively small part of the overall storyline (this reportedly includes [[WordOfGod the lead actress]] who at one point was quoted as being tired of constantly being asked about the sex scenes.

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* Happens repeatedly in the first few episodes of ''Series/JessicaJones2015''. Made even more ridiculous by Jessica not appearing to have undressed at all for any of the scenes for her and Luke Cage's DestructoNookie. There's also an awkward oral sex scene with Trish Walker and Will Simpson in the middle of the season. Has resulted in some BrokenBase as the show's defenders claim the amount of sex is appropriate for the story, while others disagree. Some defenders of the series are upset by the fact that most media coverage of the series has focused on the sexual content, content rather than on the Kilgrave plot, despite it being a relatively small part of the overall storyline (this storyline. This reportedly includes [[WordOfGod the lead actress]] Krysten Ritter]], who at one point was quoted as being tired of constantly being asked about the sex scenes.
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