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16th Sep '16 6:11:55 PM Thomasfan
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** To imply things even further ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'', had Kion think that Simba was going to give him TheTalk... which he already did previously.
-->'''Kion:''' We already had the talk! "Can you feel the love tonight," remember?
1st Sep '16 6:09:23 PM Snicka
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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', at the end of the final musical number of the movie. Surprisingly heavily implied for a children's movie, actually. The DVD commentary actually confirms it. It's probably not a coincidence that the movie ended with the appearance of their cub.

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* In ''Disney/TheLionKing'', at the end of the final musical number of the movie. Surprisingly heavily implied for a children's movie, actually.with Simba ending up on top of Nala after rolling down an hill together, and then her licking his face and giving him a seductive look. The DVD commentary actually confirms it. It's probably not a coincidence that the movie ended with the appearance of their cub.
12th Aug '16 2:23:25 PM Assassin-sensei
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* The game ''Unholy Heights'' has monsters that are close to each other show their love by "engaging in pillow talk" (you can't see anything other than the description). Sometimes a baby comes from it.
10th Jul '16 9:43:36 PM CaptainTedium
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Not to be confused with SexyDiscretionShot.
21st Jun '16 7:13:30 AM InfinityX
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* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', a female creature can become pregnant if a male creature of the same species stands next to them and both are of compatible orientation. The same goes for a married male and female dwarf. In previous versions, pregnancy could occur ''[[ExaggeratedTrope anytime they were on the same map]]'', even if both were in cages, which lead to jokes that they reproduced using spores.

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* In ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'', a female creature can become pregnant if a male creature of the same species stands next to them and both are of compatible orientation. The same goes for a married male and female dwarf. In previous versions, pregnancy could occur ''[[ExaggeratedTrope anytime they were on the same map]]'', even if both were in cages, which lead led to jokes that they reproduced using spores.
3rd Jun '16 2:25:08 PM margdean56
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* In Myth/HinduMythology, Hanuman could do this, one of them is that he could impregnate woman just by singing while the other is when someone catches Hanuman's sweat, thus Makaradhvaja is born. The former was a task for Hanuman, while the second one was a complete accident. Both of them which CelibateHero Hanuman sorta panicked on.
* Apparently, it is commonly believed in India that Peacocks are asexual and the female "gets [[SomewhereAnOrnithologistIsCrying pregnant]]" by [[SomewhereAnOrnithologistIsCrying drinking the male's tear.]] [[CaptainObvious This belief is not only incorrect,]] but ironic, because the birds are actually quite promiscuous. The entire reason the male bird fans his feathers is because he's trying to attract mates. Also, technicality, birds do not "get pregnant."

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* In Myth/HinduMythology, Hanuman could do this, one of them is that he could impregnate woman just by singing while the other is when someone catches Hanuman's sweat, thus Makaradhvaja is born. The former was a task for Hanuman, while the second one was a complete accident. Both of them which CelibateHero Hanuman sorta panicked on.
* Apparently, it is commonly believed in India that Peacocks are asexual and the female "gets [[SomewhereAnOrnithologistIsCrying pregnant]]" by [[SomewhereAnOrnithologistIsCrying drinking the male's tear.]] [[CaptainObvious This belief is not only incorrect,]] but ironic, because the birds are actually quite promiscuous. The entire reason the male bird fans his feathers is because he's trying to attract mates. Also, technicality, technically, birds do not "get pregnant."
3rd Jun '16 2:20:13 PM margdean56
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* ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' has had G-Rated Sex twice, the first time with the alien Creator/SeanConnery character known as Vartox. This sex impregnated all the women, and men, of Vartox's groovy 1970's cultured homeworld. The act consisted only of touching a floating ball of energy simultaneously. Power Girl later participated in some kind of emotion sharing ritual with her best friend Atlee while they both wear skimpy bathing suits. Power Girl specifically compares it to her experience with Vartox and finds it weirder. While Vartox was played entirely for laughs, the sequence with Atlee was very sweet.

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* ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' has had G-Rated Sex twice, the first time with the alien Creator/SeanConnery character known as Vartox. This sex impregnated all the women, and men, of Vartox's groovy 1970's cultured homeworld. The act consisted only of touching a floating ball of energy simultaneously. Power Girl later participated in some kind of emotion sharing ritual with her best friend Atlee while they both wear wore skimpy bathing suits. Power Girl specifically compares it to her experience with Vartox and finds it weirder. While Vartox was played entirely for laughs, the sequence with Atlee was very sweet.
21st May '16 5:00:26 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' featured the Gatekeeper (female) and the Keymaster (male). You don't have dig deep for the symbolism. A deleted scene (from immediately following the big finale) appeared on the 15th anniversary DVD and somewhat addresses this issue: [[spoiler:Louis says "Did you and I… did we?" Dana replies "No, Louis. No." Louis wonders to himself "I don't know. I'm sure that…"]]

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}'' featured the Gatekeeper (female) and the Keymaster (male). You don't have dig deep for the symbolism. A deleted scene DeletedScene (from immediately following the big finale) appeared on the 15th anniversary DVD and somewhat addresses this issue: [[spoiler:Louis says "Did you and I… did we?" Dana replies "No, Louis. No." Louis wonders to himself "I don't know. I'm sure that…"]]
5th May '16 8:04:05 AM aziuka
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', the titular hero wanders into an enchanted forest where a beautiful plant nymph steps out of a huge flower bud, offers him "nourishment" and invites him to rest with her, all the while rubbing his legs with her feet. Jack does exactly that, laying down to sleep with his head in her lap, while the camera pans upon a lush green meadow and a sparkling brook nearby.
4th May '16 12:11:42 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': "[[AudienceParticipation EL-BOW SEX!!]] [[BrotherSisterIncest EL-BOW SEX!!]]"

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* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': "[[AudienceParticipation EL-BOW SEX!!]] [[BrotherSisterIncest EL-BOW SEX!!]]"
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* ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'' had mogwai and gremlins reproduce by… er… [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar splashing or immersing them in water]]. Fun Fact: Mogwai come from Chinese lore. They were said to be gremlin like creatures that inflict harm on people and bred during the rainy seasons.
* The aliens in ''Film/{{Cocoon}}'' have sex by shooting their energy at each other.
* In ''Film/EarthGirlsAreEasy'' Valerie and Mac's sex is simulated by energetic snuggling and persistence-of-vision type special effects. It is possibly the most [[TheEighties Eighties]] sex scene ever recorded in any medium. And there's glow paint.



* In the Stallone/Snipes movie ''Film/DemolitionMan'', sex (or kissing, or anything involving the "swapping of body fluids") has been outlawed by the government due to being deemed [[YouFailBiologyForever bad for your health]], so sex is simulated with helmets projecting sexy images into your head and hitting your tickle button in your brain. This has nothing to do with the audience (indeed, a naked woman appears elsewhere in the movie)--it's to show just how much of a nanny-state that the protagonists are living in. Ironically, although it appears G-rated to the audience and presumably to those who are used to the practice, it is apparently [[MindRape a very disturbing experience]] for John Spartan, who would rather do the [[UnusualEuphemism hunka-chunka]].



* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'': Roger reacts to Jessica playing "patty-cake" with Marvin Acme as if she were having an affair. The DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything dialogue and sounds fill in the rest. Of course, then you see the photographs and discover that they were ''literally'' playing patty-cake, and that it turns out this ''is'' the toon equivalent of sex. (Though, going by Herman's comments about having a [[NotGrowingUpSucks "fifty-year-old lust and a three-year-old dinky"]], they ''can'' do it the normal way.)
* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' featured the Gatekeeper (female) and the Keymaster (male). You don't have dig deep for the symbolism. A deleted scene (from immediately following the big finale) appeared on the 15th anniversary DVD and somewhat addresses this issue: [[spoiler:Louis says "Did you and I… did we?" Dana replies "No, Louis. No." Louis wonders to himself "I don't know. I'm sure that…"]]



* The "clasping hands together and making them glow" thing from ''WesternAnimation/{{FernGully|TheLastRainforest}}''.
* "The song became love, and love became the egg" line in ''WesternAnimation/HappyFeet''.
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* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': "[[AudienceParticipation EL-BOW SEX!!]] [[BrotherSisterIncest EL-BOW SEX!!]]"
* ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'' had mogwai and gremlins reproduce by… er… [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar splashing or immersing them in water]]. Fun Fact: Mogwai come from Chinese lore. They were said to be gremlin like creatures that inflict harm on people and bred during the rainy seasons.
* The aliens in ''Film/{{Cocoon}}'' have sex by shooting their energy at each other.
* In ''Film/EarthGirlsAreEasy'' Valerie and Mac's sex is simulated by energetic snuggling and persistence-of-vision type special effects. It is possibly the most [[TheEighties Eighties]] sex scene ever recorded in any medium. And there's glow paint.
* In the Stallone/Snipes movie ''Film/DemolitionMan'', sex (or kissing, or anything involving the "swapping of body fluids") has been outlawed by the government due to being deemed [[YouFailBiologyForever bad for your health]], so sex is simulated with helmets projecting sexy images into your head and hitting your tickle button in your brain. This has nothing to do with the audience (indeed, a naked woman appears elsewhere in the movie)--it's to show just how much of a nanny-state that the protagonists are living in. Ironically, although it appears G-rated to the audience and presumably to those who are used to the practice, it is apparently [[MindRape a very disturbing experience]] for John Spartan, who would rather do the [[UnusualEuphemism hunka-chunka]].
* ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'': Roger reacts to Jessica playing "patty-cake" with Marvin Acme as if she were having an affair. The DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything dialogue and sounds fill in the rest. Of course, then you see the photographs and discover that they were ''literally'' playing patty-cake, and that it turns out this ''is'' the toon equivalent of sex. (Though, going by Herman's comments about having a [[NotGrowingUpSucks "fifty-year-old lust and a three-year-old dinky"]], they ''can'' do it the normal way.)
* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'' featured the Gatekeeper (female) and the Keymaster (male). You don't have dig deep for the symbolism. A deleted scene (from immediately following the big finale) appeared on the 15th anniversary DVD and somewhat addresses this issue: [[spoiler:Louis says "Did you and I… did we?" Dana replies "No, Louis. No." Louis wonders to himself "I don't know. I'm sure that…"]]



* ''Literature/TheBlueLagoon'' (1980 version) essentially shows Emmeline and Richard gently making out; they never make any motions that indicate they've figured out that Tab A goes into Slot B. This was one of the things critic Pauline Kael hooted at, specifically when Richard later says "Why'd you have a baby?" and Em says "I don't know": "The way they rub limbs, all they'll produce is friction."

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* ''Literature/TheBlueLagoon'' ''Film/TheBlueLagoon'' (1980 version) essentially shows Emmeline and Richard gently making out; they never make any motions that indicate they've figured out that Tab A goes into Slot B. This was one of the things critic Pauline Kael hooted at, specifically when Richard later says "Why'd you have a baby?" and Em says "I don't know": "The way they rub limbs, all they'll produce is friction."
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