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22nd Jun '17 10:03:05 AM Pichu-kun
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** The ''ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats'' reboot which goes with the 2015 reboots uses this trope even more than the other rebooted comics. The characters are in their mid-twenties, unlike previous depictions or the high school ''Archie' characters, which gives the writers the ability to write them as having an active sex life. Melody is suggested to ReallyGetAround instead of just being a DudeMagnet while Josie and Alan have had sex.

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** The ''ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats'' reboot which goes with the 2015 reboots uses this trope even more than the other rebooted comics. The characters are in their mid-twenties, unlike previous depictions or the high school ''Archie' ''Archie'' characters, which gives the writers the ability to write them as having an active sex life. Melody is suggested to ReallyGetAround instead of just being a DudeMagnet while Josie and Alan have had sex.
9th Jun '17 7:49:26 PM 4444jdm
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Parallel to DarkerAndEdgier, LighterAndSofter, BloodierAndGorier, and YoungerAndHipper.

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Parallel to DarkerAndEdgier, LighterAndSofter, BloodierAndGorier, DenserAndWackier and YoungerAndHipper.
1st Jun '17 4:04:03 AM jormis29
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* The TNT series ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'', based on a series of books by author Tess Gerritsen, has cast the gorgeous Angie Harmon in the title role, despite the fact that in the books, Rizzoli is frequently described as either plain or average looking and with an irrational dislike for beautiful women.

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* The TNT series ''Series/RizzoliAndIsles'', based on a series of books by author Tess Gerritsen, has cast the gorgeous Angie Harmon Creator/AngieHarmon in the title role, despite the fact that in the books, Rizzoli is frequently described as either plain or average looking and with an irrational dislike for beautiful women.
21st May '17 7:17:09 PM DreamerCynist2
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** ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'' uses this for FanDisservice. For example, the twins Cheryl and Jason Blossom are involved in {{twincest}}, though whether it's sexual or not is not mentioned.

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** ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'' uses this for FanDisservice. For example, the twins Cheryl and Jason Blossom are involved in {{twincest}}, though whether it's sexual or not is not mentioned.mentioned and it's heavily implied to be abusive.
22nd Apr '17 2:08:34 PM StarSword
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* ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' was much Hotter and Sexier than the first game, which had nothing beyond SpaceClothes and one rather tame sex scene near the end. The second game had Asari walking around with AbsoluteCleavage, female party members dressed in [[SpyCatsuit ridiculously skintight clothing]] (and in one case nothing but tattoos from the waist up), prison rape in backstories, etc. Oddly, the actual sex scenes ended up being ''tamer'' than those in the previous game, with only Jacob and Miranda showing any skin before the SexyDiscretionShot.
* ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' inverts the trope in both ways as the previous game: your squadmates now wear more conservative clothing this time around (the former squadmate who wore nothing but tattoos from the waist up included), and mentions of sex outside of romance subplots take a back seat to trying to save the galaxy. On the other hand, the sex scenes are even more risque than the first game, showing much more skin than before.

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* ''Franchise/MassEffect'':
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''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' was much Hotter and Sexier than the first game, which had nothing beyond SpaceClothes and one rather tame sex scene near the end. The second game had Asari walking around with AbsoluteCleavage, female party members dressed in [[SpyCatsuit ridiculously skintight clothing]] (and in one case nothing but tattoos from the waist up), prison rape in backstories, etc. Oddly, the actual sex scenes ended up being ''tamer'' than those in the previous game, with only Jacob and Miranda showing any skin before the SexyDiscretionShot.
* ** ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' inverts the trope in both ways as the previous game: your squadmates now wear more conservative clothing this time around (the former squadmate who wore nothing but tattoos from the waist up included), and mentions of sex outside of romance subplots take a back seat to trying to save the galaxy. On the other hand, the sex scenes are even more risque than the first game, showing much more skin than before.before.
** ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' moves fully into R-rated territory with certain sex scenes and, unlike previous games, allows Ryder to have sex with some characters without entering into a committed relationship.
11th Apr '17 10:44:04 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''ComicBook/XMenPhoenixLegacyOfFire'' is an alternate take on the ComicBook/XMen, or more specifically ComicBook/JeanGrey, that focus entirely on scantily-clad female characters caught on risque situations and cramming as much {{fanservice}} as possible. The comic was originally published with a normal PG rating, but after the first issue, execs most likely realized they were publishing soft-core porn that the two following issues were released with a Creator/MarvelMAX brand, bumping it for mature audiences.
30th Mar '17 12:16:21 PM rafi
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* ''Anime/{{Mazinkaiser}}'' has more fanservice than any adapation of ''Anime/MazingerZ'', especially the episode 4 that has sexual humour and nudity.
28th Mar '17 8:00:21 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
** The show has more sex scenes than ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' which has plenty of sexual content on it's own. Some were only alluded to in the books while others were made up. This ''is'' HBO after all.
** Margaery Tyrell and Tyene Sand are specifically noted for looking pure, innocent, and virginal, whereas the show makes them prime sources of {{Fanservice}}.
** As a consequence of AgeLift, Sansa and Missandei get this as well. Sansa starts wearing a black dress with a plunging neckline and Missandei gets a nude scene. In the books they're both still just kids.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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''Series/GameOfThrones'': The show has more sex scenes than ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', which has plenty of sexual content on it's its own. Some were only alluded to in the books books, while others were made up.created for the show. This ''is'' HBO after all.
** The term "sexposition" was given to the show's frequent habit of adding sex or nudity to existing scenes of exposition.
** Margaery Tyrell and Tyene Sand are specifically noted for looking pure, innocent, and virginal, whereas the show makes them prime sources of {{Fanservice}}.
{{Fanservice}}. Margaery goes from a dubious virgin to an overt man-eater.
** As a consequence of AgeLift, Sansa and Missandei get this as well. Sansa starts wearing a black dress with a plunging neckline neckline, and Missandei gets a nude scene. In the books they're both still just kids.


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** In the books, Oberyn is said to be an enthusiastic, bisexual lover, but the show makes his bisexual libido into a defining character trait, and the bulk of his scenes are in a bordello.
28th Mar '17 7:53:12 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** Vampires were originally analogies to sexual predators, and nearly [[Literature/{{Twilight}} every series]] [[Manga/VampireKnight based]] [[Creator/AnneRice around vampires]] exploits this. Although in several examples as time has gone by, it's become less about "vampires as sexual predators and rapists" and more about "[[VampiresAreSexGods vampires are]] ''[[VampiresAreSexGods so]]'' [[VampiresAreSexGods sexy]]!". The Victorian Vampire revival, of which Bram Stoker's novel was part, more or less created this stereotype: 'traditional' vampires were more closely associated with disease than with sex. The Victorian fixation on syphilis might have led to a link being drawn between those two things.
** The link between sexual attractiveness and disease in the Victorian era was more due to the symptoms of tuberculosis. Pale skin, flushed cheeks, and bright eyes are commonly associated with the disease, and also with then standards of beauty. So a mysterious disease would come in and cause your formerly innocent and prude female acquaintance to get rosy cheeks, a pale complexion, and want to go no where more than to bed. I say, old chap, giggity, wot?
28th Mar '17 7:52:27 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': Averted and turned [[GRatedDrug G-Rated]] in the Season 5 episode "Getting Greg's Goat," although said episode's dialog where Mike is trying to counsel Greg about having a girl in his room definitely starts out that way, with plenty of double-entendre. (Indeed, Barry Williams, in his autobiography "I Was a Teenaged Greg," compares one scene to that of ''Series/ThreesCompany''.) Later, Bobby and Peter somehow conclude even kinkier goings-on had (and were possibly) happening in Greg's attic room, with [[AThreesomeIsHot two girls in his room]]. In both instances, the aversion comes when Mike, and then Peter and Bobby, realize that the "girl(s)" in Greg's room is a goat; both had come to their erroneous, sex-based conclusions after listening to what was going on in Greg's room via a ventilation shaft in the linen closet.
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