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16th Nov '16 1:48:03 PM Discar
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* [[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cougarclass&defid=5127891 Cougar class]]: When a virginal teenage boy asks a [[MrsRobinson sexually experienced MILF]] if she would want to have sex with him, rather than fight off his advances, [[AllWomenAreLustful she]] will become a [[SexAsRiteOfPassage sexual mentor]] and [[AManIsNotAVirgin make a man out of him]] in her bed. In bed, the cougar will then [[HandsOnApproach teach the young man]] kissing and caressing techniques, foreplay and sexual positions as well as how to stimulate a woman's body, perform cunnilingus and give multiple mind blowing orgasms. The MILF will then [[SexGod unleash him on the girls his own age]].

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* [[http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cougarclass&defid=5127891 Cougar class]]: When a virginal teenage boy asks a [[MrsRobinson sexually experienced MILF]] if she would want to have sex with him, rather than fight off his advances, [[AllWomenAreLustful she]] will become a [[SexAsRiteOfPassage sexual mentor]] and [[AManIsNotAVirgin [[VirginShaming make a man out of him]] in her bed. In bed, the cougar will then [[HandsOnApproach teach the young man]] kissing and caressing techniques, foreplay and sexual positions as well as how to stimulate a woman's body, perform cunnilingus and give multiple mind blowing orgasms. The MILF will then [[SexGod unleash him on the girls his own age]].



* Virginity almost always makes a female character [[NatureAdoresAVirgin considered to be more "valuable,"]] and/or [[VirginPower grants her some type of special power or status]]. [[AManIsNotAVirgin Male virgins either do not exist, or are ridiculed for their virgin status]]. Occasionally, particularly in more modern works, a virginal female character might be considered a prude or ridiculed, but that's relatively rare.

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* Virginity almost always makes a female character [[NatureAdoresAVirgin considered to be more "valuable,"]] and/or [[VirginPower grants her some type of special power or status]]. [[AManIsNotAVirgin [[VirginShaming Male virgins either do not exist, or are ridiculed for their virgin status]]. Occasionally, particularly in more modern works, a virginal female character might be considered a prude or ridiculed, but that's relatively rare.
14th Oct '16 1:18:50 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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In fiction, sexual activities do not have to be realistic. They are not there to give people realistic expectations. So they may as well present rare luck, implausible stuff and the downright impossible as being the average daily life that anyone should expect. [[RealityIsUnrealistic Real sex isn't always sexy.]] At best, the authors tend to run on a mix of RuleOfFun, RuleOfSexy, TheyJustDidntCare and [[{{Squick}} let's-not-squick-people-out]]. With or without LampshadeHanging. At worst, they didn't know better. Thus, welcome to the wonderful world of IdealizedSex, where sexuality often works like this:

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In fiction, sexual activities do not have to be realistic. They are not there to give people realistic expectations. So they may as well present rare luck, implausible stuff and the downright impossible as being the average daily life that anyone should expect. [[RealityIsUnrealistic Real sex isn't always sexy.]] At best, the authors tend to run on a mix of RuleOfFun, RuleOfSexy, TheyJustDidntCare and [[{{Squick}} let's-not-squick-people-out]]. With or without LampshadeHanging. At worst, they didn't know better. Thus, welcome to the wonderful world of IdealizedSex, where sexuality often works like this:
4th Oct '16 6:21:57 PM DesertDragon
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* ''All'' same-sex couples have a dominant aggressive one on the giving end attempting to seduce the passive, submissive receiver. In other words, one is the "man" and one is the "woman." Male couples always have one ManlyGay {{Seme}} and one [[TheTwink twinkish]] {{Uke}}. Female couples always have one ButchLesbian and one LipstickLesbian. Nevermind that even straight couples don't all follow this dynamic.

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* ''All'' same-sex couples have a dominant aggressive one on the giving end attempting to seduce the passive, submissive receiver. In other words, one is the "man" and one is the "woman." Male couples always have one ManlyGay {{Seme}} and one [[TheTwink twinkish]] {{Uke}}. Female couples always have one ButchLesbian and one LipstickLesbian. Nevermind that even straight couples don't all follow this dynamic.



* There's [[NoBisexuals no such thing as bisexuality or pansexuality]], only straight women that are confused or doing it for attention, or men who are gay and won't admit it to themselves.

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* There's [[NoBisexuals no such thing as bisexuality or pansexuality]], only pansexuality]].
** If a man has a sexual encounter with another man, he is 100% '''gay''' and in denial. If he dates/marries a woman afterwards, she's TheBeard and as soon as she's not looking, he goes cruising truck stop restrooms or browsing Grindr for hookups. Nobody considers that they might have an open relationship; he's just a scandalous homosexual.
** If a woman has a sexual encounter with another woman, she's a
straight women that are confused girl who's either having meaningless experimentation or doing it for attention, or men who are gay and won't admit it is just calling herself bi to themselves. attract men.



* {{Butch Lesbian}}s don't exist, or if they do, they have an attractive LipstickLesbian partner, never another "butch" partner.
17th Sep '16 8:29:29 AM ChesterPolarbear
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* In addition to their duties of greeting and interacting with guests to determine what their needs are and fetching towels, snacks and drinks for them, a cabana boys are also gigolos who provides sexual services to [[AllWomenAreLustful the female guests]]. In fact, that's one of the reasons why [[SexTourism women visit these resorts]].

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* In addition to their duties of greeting and interacting with guests to determine what their needs are and fetching towels, snacks and drinks for them, a cabana boys are boy is also gigolos a gigolo who provides sexual services to [[AllWomenAreLustful the female guests]]. In fact, that's one of the reasons why [[SexTourism women visit these resorts]].
17th Sep '16 8:19:01 AM ChesterPolarbear
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* In addition to their duties of greeting and interacting with guests to determine what their needs are and fetching towels, snacks and drinks for them, a cabana boys are also gigolos who provides sexual services to [[AllWomenAreLustful the female guests]]. In fact, that's one of the reasons why [[SexTourism women visit these resorts]].
11th Sep '16 6:10:43 PM MsChibi
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* Virginity almost always makes a female character [[NatureAdoresAVirgin considered to be more "valuable,"]] and/or [[VirginPower grants her some type of special power or status]]. [[AManIsNotAVirgin Male virgins either do not exist, or are ridiculed for their virgin status]]. Occasionally, particularly in more modern works, a virginal female character might be considered a prude or ridiculed, but that's relatively rare.
* A "good" character [[DoubleStandard (particularly if female)]] will either be [[MadonnaWhoreComplex a virgin or (if not virginal) at least chaste, and will likely cover up more. A bad character (or an anti-hero) might be more promiscuous and/or]] [[SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains wear skimpier clothing]].
7th Sep '16 5:29:49 AM DesertDragon
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* Related to the above: The presence of a hymen as proof of virginity. Not only is this misconception perpetuated in fiction, but it's used to humiliate women all over the world in real life. [[note]] In case anyone's wondering what its function is, it most likely does not have one. It is a vestigial remnant of the Mullerian ducts that formed the reproductive tract during fetal development. [[/note]] In reality, all sorts of physical activity can rupture the hymen, and many women have one that doesn't cover the vaginal opening and isn't significantly altered (if at all) during sex. Some are even born without one! A hymen that completely or mostly covers the vagina is a ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperforate_hymen medical disorder]]'', not the average woman's default state.
** Zig-zagged on ''Series/TrueBlood''. Jessica was 16 and a virgin when she was turned into a vampire. After having sex with Hoyt, she's horrified to find out her hymen had grown back and she would have to deal with the pain of breaking it every single time she had sex. At no point is she stated to have an imperforate hymen. This aspect of her character is quietly dropped after the second season and she is later shown enjoying sex with no problems.

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* Related to the above: The presence of a hymen and bleeding as proof of virginity. Not only is this misconception perpetuated in fiction, but it's used to humiliate women all over the world in real life. [[note]] In case anyone's wondering what its function is, it most likely does not have one. It is a vestigial remnant of the Mullerian ducts that formed the reproductive tract during fetal development. [[/note]] In reality, all sorts of physical activity can rupture the hymen, and many women have one that doesn't cover the vaginal opening and isn't significantly altered (if at all) during sex. Some are even born without one! A hymen that completely or mostly covers the vagina is a ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperforate_hymen medical disorder]]'', not the average woman's default state.
state. And whether or not a female virgin bleeds during sex has more to do with her inexperience (and most likely her partner's as well) rather than any sort of biological hurdle.
** Zig-zagged on ''Series/TrueBlood''. Jessica was 16 and a virgin when she was turned into a vampire. After having sex with Hoyt, she's horrified to find out her hymen had grown back and she would have to deal with the pain of breaking it every single time she had sex. At no point is she stated to have an imperforate hymen. This The ridiculousness of this didn't get past viewers, and this aspect of her character is quietly dropped after the second season and she is later shown enjoying sex with no problems.problem whatsoever.
4th Sep '16 11:58:34 PM MsChibi
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* Related to the above: The presence of a hymen as proof of virginity. Not only is this misconception perpetuated in fiction, but it's used to humiliate women all over the world in real life. In reality, all sorts of physical activity can rupture the hymen, and many women have one that doesn't cover the vaginal opening and isn't significantly altered during sex. A hymen that completely or mostly covers the vagina is a ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperforate_hymen medical disorder]]'', not the average woman's default state.

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* Related to the above: The presence of a hymen as proof of virginity. Not only is this misconception perpetuated in fiction, but it's used to humiliate women all over the world in real life. [[note]] In case anyone's wondering what its function is, it most likely does not have one. It is a vestigial remnant of the Mullerian ducts that formed the reproductive tract during fetal development. [[/note]] In reality, all sorts of physical activity can rupture the hymen, and many women have one that doesn't cover the vaginal opening and isn't significantly altered (if at all) during sex. Some are even born without one! A hymen that completely or mostly covers the vagina is a ''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperforate_hymen medical disorder]]'', not the average woman's default state.
4th Sep '16 11:39:14 PM MsChibi
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In fiction, sexual activities do not have to be realistic. They are not there to give people realistic expectations. So they may as well present rare luck, implausible stuff and the downright impossible as being the average daily life that anyone should expect. At best, the authors tend to run on a mix of RuleOfFun, RuleOfSexy, TheyJustDidntCare and [[{{Squick}} let's-not-squick-people-out]]. With or without LampshadeHanging. At worst, they didn't know better. Thus, welcome to the wonderful world of IdealizedSex, where sexuality often works like this:

to:

In fiction, sexual activities do not have to be realistic. They are not there to give people realistic expectations. So they may as well present rare luck, implausible stuff and the downright impossible as being the average daily life that anyone should expect. [[RealityIsUnrealistic Real sex isn't always sexy.]] At best, the authors tend to run on a mix of RuleOfFun, RuleOfSexy, TheyJustDidntCare and [[{{Squick}} let's-not-squick-people-out]]. With or without LampshadeHanging. At worst, they didn't know better. Thus, welcome to the wonderful world of IdealizedSex, where sexuality often works like this:
4th Sep '16 11:41:06 AM ChesterPolarbear
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->'''Elly:''' Michael - what on earth are you watching? That is not for young children. I'm changing the channel.
->'''Michael:''' But Mom!
->'''Elly:''' It's garbage Michael! Real relationships aren't like that!
->'''Michael:''' Mom, I...
->'''Elly:''' I'm not going to let you sit there and be filled with explicit information. It's confusing and it's wrong.
-->-- ''ComicStrip/ForBetterOrForWorse''

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