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17th Jul '17 4:00:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* The monster in ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Genderbender" is this, seducing its prey with human pheromones, killing them with sex, and assuming their identity.

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The monster in ''Series/TheXFiles'' the episode "Genderbender" is this, seducing its prey with human pheromones, killing them with sex, and assuming their identity.
17th Jul '17 4:00:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''. The famous Orion slave girls make an appearance, and are somehow able to give all the Earth women headaches and all the men hard-ons. Later the Orion captain admits that actually men like him are the slaves, to these women. Fortunately MindLinkMates T'Pol and Trip are immune and so help take back the ship.
* In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', the episode "The Perfect Mate" has a metamorph. She is a woman who, through deep empathy, is able to automatically become the perfect mate to any male. To say the very least, it is rather distracting to the men on board, including Captain Picard. It's not solely sexual, since she takes on the likes/dislikes/ideal attitudes for each man's ideal mate, but has the same effect.
* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', Lwaxana Troi briefly became this in "Fascination" when she contracted some kind of Betazoid disease that spread her unrequited feelings for Odo to everyone around her on Deep Space Nine, turning [[UnresolvedSexualTension latent attractions]] into all-consuming desire.

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''Series/StarTrekEnterprise''. The famous [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion slave girls girls]] make an appearance, and are somehow able to give all the Earth women headaches and all the men hard-ons. Later the Orion captain admits that actually men like him are the slaves, to these women. Fortunately MindLinkMates T'Pol and Trip are immune and so help take back the ship.
* ** In ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', the episode "The Perfect Mate" has a metamorph. She is a woman who, through deep empathy, is able to automatically become the perfect mate to any male. To say the very least, it is rather distracting to the men on board, including Captain Picard. It's not solely sexual, since she takes on the likes/dislikes/ideal attitudes for each man's ideal mate, but has the same effect.
* ** In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', Lwaxana Troi briefly became this in "Fascination" when she contracted some kind of Betazoid disease that spread her unrequited feelings for Odo to everyone around her on Deep Space Nine, turning [[UnresolvedSexualTension latent attractions]] into all-consuming desire.
12th Jul '17 3:52:20 PM Morgenthaler
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* The bad guy in the movie ''Film/NightAngel'' is UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}}. After waking up from her slumber, she goes on a rampage supernaturally seducing and killing people left and right. She gets nearly the entire staff of a glam magazine to completely fawn over her (including the female editor) and one guy affected by her spell even shoves his foot through a broken glass door to get near her.
26th May '17 3:31:29 PM Austin
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* In the ''Ringworld'' novels by Creator/LarryNiven, "vampires" are a nearly mindless branch of the Pak (ancestors of humans, and also of every humanoid species on the Ringworld) that secrete pheromones which are "close enough" to affect all other Pak-descendants (it's implied there are some hallucinogenic properties as well). The pheromone-fueled orgy that follows serves as a distraction to allow the vampires to feed.

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* In the ''Ringworld'' ''Literature/{{Ringworld}}'' novels by Creator/LarryNiven, "vampires" are a nearly mindless branch of the Pak (ancestors of humans, and also of every humanoid species on the Ringworld) that secrete pheromones which are "close enough" to affect all other Pak-descendants (it's implied there are some hallucinogenic properties as well). The pheromone-fueled orgy that follows serves as a distraction to allow the vampires to feed.
15th May '17 8:18:01 PM nombretomado
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* On ''TrueBlood'', Maryann has this effect on everyone around her. She's a maenad, a follower of Dionysus, and almost a god in her own right. She uses the orgies she creates around her to disguise her real intention: [[spoiler:bringing Dionysus into physical form]].

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* On ''TrueBlood'', ''Series/TrueBlood'', Maryann has this effect on everyone around her. She's a maenad, a follower of Dionysus, and almost a god in her own right. She uses the orgies she creates around her to disguise her real intention: [[spoiler:bringing Dionysus into physical form]].
14th May '17 7:10:36 PM TheNerevarine
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* Similar to Poison Ivy, ComicBook/TheMightyThor villain Amora the Enchantress uses her magic primarily for seducing and manipulating males.

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* Similar to Poison Ivy, ComicBook/TheMightyThor villain [[ComicBook/TheEnchantress Amora the Enchantress Enchantress]] uses her magic primarily for seducing and manipulating males.
9th Feb '17 12:13:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Franchise/{{Batman}} villain [[GreenThumb Poison Ivy]] has this as one of her powers.

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* The Franchise/{{Batman}} villain [[GreenThumb Poison Ivy]] ComicBook/PoisonIvy has this as one of her powers.
30th Oct '16 10:12:59 AM nombretomado
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* Guardian parahumans in ''{{GURPS}}: Bio-tech'' have a combination Sex Pheromones and [[PowerPerversionPotential Dominance Pheromones]]. They're specifically designed to be masters of normal humans.

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* Guardian parahumans in ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Bio-tech'' have a combination Sex Pheromones and [[PowerPerversionPotential Dominance Pheromones]]. They're specifically designed to be masters of normal humans.
16th Oct '16 3:02:51 PM TheNerevarine
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* Similar to Poison Ivy, ComicBook/TheMightyThor villain Amora the Enchantress uses her magic primarily for seducing and manipulating males.



* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women, but its presumed they exist since the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.

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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women, but its presumed they exist since Fleur Delacour, the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.
9th Oct '16 9:24:44 PM TheNerevarine
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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women.

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* The veela in HarryPotter have this effect on men. It's never exactly clarified whether male veela exist or what effect they have on women. women, but its presumed they exist since the most prominent veela character is identified as ''half''-veela.
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