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11th Jun '17 8:18:41 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''ComicBook/ElfQuest''. No elf would ever consider sex a bad thing (except possibly if it was with a troll [[spoiler:which is how Winnowill ended up giving birth to Two-Edge]]). Jealousy is considered odd, and the only elf who ever ''seriously'' got jealous of another left on his own to preserve the village's harmony. (WordOfGod has constantly reminded readers that the reason many of the characters' beliefs would be taboo to most humans is simply because they are ''not'' human, something that is easy to overlook.)

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* ''ComicBook/ElfQuest''. No elf would ever consider sex a bad thing (except possibly if it was with a troll [[spoiler:which is how Winnowill ended up giving birth to Two-Edge]]). They have a version of marriage ("lifemate" is there term for "spouse") but sleeping with someone who isn't your lifemate is considered acceptable. Jealousy is considered odd, and the only elf who ever ''seriously'' got jealous of another left on his own to preserve the village's harmony. (WordOfGod has constantly reminded readers that the reason many of the characters' beliefs would be taboo to most humans is simply because they are ''not'' human, something that is easy to overlook.)
12th Apr '17 11:38:34 AM DoctorDetective
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::Of course, with [[TheCasanova Barney]] around, it's easy to feel pretty darn chaste in comparison.

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::Of ** Of course, with [[TheCasanova Barney]] around, it's easy to feel pretty darn chaste in comparison.
12th Apr '17 11:36:24 AM DoctorDetective
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Characters in contemporary fiction tend to have ''lots of sex'', in lots of different varieties, with lots of other characters. So much so that even your typical HollywoodDateless is liable to have as many sexual partners over the course of a series as most real people have in their lifetimes.[[note]]For the record, a 2007 US survey indicated that the average American man has seven sexual partners in his life while the average American woman has four; only 29% of American men and 9% of women have had more than fifteen partners, indicating that the number is actually rather lower than on television, and that [[MyGirlIsNotASlut somebody must have lied]].[[/note]]

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Characters in contemporary fiction tend to have ''lots of sex'', in lots of different varieties, with lots of other characters. So much so that even your typical HollywoodDateless is liable to have as many sexual partners over the course of a series as most real people have in their lifetimes.[[note]]For the record, a 2007 US survey indicated that the average American man has seven sexual partners in his life while the average American woman has four; only 29% of American men and 9% of women have had more than fifteen partners, indicating that the number is actually rather lower than on television, and that [[MyGirlIsNotASlut somebody must must]] [[VirginShaming have lied]].[[/note]]
10th Apr '17 1:23:11 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheSecretLifeOfTheAmericanTeenager'', to an extent that's nearly comical considering the central premise is that the main character had sex, got pregnant and it screwed up her life. You'd think that the characters might interpret this to mean that having sex all the time isn't a particularly good idea. Of course, they ''are'' teenagers.

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* ''TheSecretLifeOfTheAmericanTeenager'', ''Series/TheSecretLifeOfTheAmericanTeenager'', to an extent that's nearly comical considering the central premise is that the main character had sex, got pregnant and it screwed up her life. You'd think that the characters might interpret this to mean that having sex all the time isn't a particularly good idea. Of course, they ''are'' teenagers.
26th Feb '17 5:34:43 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mp_1zjnT3YE "Everybody Was Fucking But Me"]] by Johnny Rebel.
2nd Feb '17 12:12:21 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In real life, the modern UsefulNotes/OlympicGames are notorious for this between the Olympians.
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1st Feb '17 6:56:41 AM themisterfree
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* In real life, the modern UsefulNotes/OlympicGames are notorious for this between the Olympians.
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31st Jan '17 9:03:33 PM tv1995
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. HollywoodDateless characters like Fry and Leela still have many sexual partners throughout the show. ([[DoubleStandard Fry]] more than [[MyGirlIsNotASlut Leela]].) Then there are more liberated characters like Amy and Bender, who aren't really chastized for their gettin' around. Even the Professor gets some, although this is played for {{squick}}. Everyone has lots of sex on ''Futurama''. [[AndZoidberg except Zoidberg]]. In the fifth season, Zoidberg's ''body'' has sex (while occupied by a different personality), and in the seventh season he acquires a girlfriend with no sense of smell. He claims they've had sex, but it was established back in the second season that sex is fatal for a Decapodian - so perhaps it depends on what the definition of 'sex' is.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''. HollywoodDateless characters like Fry and Leela still have many sexual partners throughout the show. ([[DoubleStandard Fry]] more than [[MyGirlIsNotASlut Leela]].) Including each other. Then there are more liberated characters like Amy and Bender, who aren't really chastized for their gettin' around. Even the Professor gets some, although this is played for {{squick}}. Everyone has lots of sex on ''Futurama''. [[AndZoidberg except Zoidberg]]. In the fifth season, Zoidberg's ''body'' has sex (while occupied by a different personality), and in the seventh season he acquires a girlfriend with no sense of smell. He claims they've had sex, but it was established back in the second season that sex is fatal for a Decapodian - so perhaps it depends on what the definition of 'sex' is.
17th Jan '17 4:41:47 AM valar55
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* For a harem series that wears its fanservice on it sleeve, ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' actually does a very good job of subverting this. While plenty of girls in [[HaremSeeker Issei's]] harem would love to jump him [[MomentKiller if they didn't keep getting interrupted]], this only starts after they've developed an emotional attachment to him. When approached by a girl without this affection ([[spoiler:Rias desperately trying to make herself unmarriageable, Akeno [[SexForSolace trying to cope]] with her family issues]]), if feels so wrong even a grade-A pervert like Issei turns them down.

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* For a harem series that wears its fanservice on it its sleeve, ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' actually does a very good job of subverting this. While plenty of girls in [[HaremSeeker Issei's]] harem would love to jump him [[MomentKiller if they didn't keep getting interrupted]], this only starts after they've developed an emotional attachment to him. When approached by a girl without this affection ([[spoiler:Rias desperately trying to make herself unmarriageable, Akeno [[SexForSolace trying to cope]] with her family issues]]), if feels so wrong even a grade-A pervert like Issei turns them down.
15th Jan '17 3:14:22 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** Combining {{HBO}}'s penchant for NotSafeForWork content with the source material's mentality that sexuality is integral to the human condition definitely results in this trope. The show helped popularized the term "{{sexposition}}," many scenes are staged in Littlefinger's brothel, bastard children are common, and sex and sexuality are frequent plot points. Specific instances include:
*** The adulterous {{Twincest}} between Jaime and Cersei has vast implications for the entire continent.
*** Daenerys' change in sexual position is her first major instance of CharacterDevelopment.
*** Melisandre's magic is sometimes powered by sex.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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''Series/GameOfThrones'': Combining {{HBO}}'s penchant for NotSafeForWork content with the source material's mentality that sexuality is integral to the human condition definitely results in this trope. The show helped popularized the term "{{sexposition}}," many scenes are staged in Littlefinger's brothel, bastard children are common, and sex and sexuality are frequent plot points. Specific instances include:
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include: The adulterous {{Twincest}} between Jaime and Cersei has vast implications for the entire continent.
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continent, Daenerys' change in sexual position is her first major instance of CharacterDevelopment.
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CharacterDevelopment, and Melisandre's magic is sometimes powered by sex.
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