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27th Aug '17 5:24:27 PM Wyldchyld
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* Franchise/{{Batman}} villainess Poison Ivy secretes potent pheromones from her skin. In her first canonical appearance, it's enough (combined with her [[FetishFuel generally desirable appearance]]) to make a man leave his wife on the spot to accept a hallucinatory kiss from her. Batman himself is affected, and later on in the Batcave he won't stop talking about how beautiful and sexy Ivy is. Until Alfred turns the water in his shower freezing cold.

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} villainess Poison Ivy secretes potent pheromones from her skin. In her first canonical appearance, it's enough (combined with her [[FetishFuel generally desirable appearance]]) appearance) to make a man leave his wife on the spot to accept a hallucinatory kiss from her. Batman himself is affected, and later on in the Batcave he won't stop talking about how beautiful and sexy Ivy is. Until Alfred turns the water in his shower freezing cold.
27th Aug '17 3:45:33 AM Doug86
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* In the second book of the ''SirAproposOfNothing'' series, Apropos comes into the possession of the "[[AffectionateParody One Thing to Rule Them All]]". This...thing...attaches itself to his...southern region...and once it does, he can't get it off. And every woman he comes into contact with jumps his bones. In fact, at one point ''they tie him down just so every woman can have a turn''. He's freed of the Thing by a set of adventurers and a quest he'd rather not go into.

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* In the second book of the ''SirAproposOfNothing'' ''Literature/SirAproposOfNothing'' series, Apropos comes into the possession of the "[[AffectionateParody One Thing to Rule Them All]]". This...thing...attaches itself to his...southern region...and once it does, he can't get it off. And every woman he comes into contact with jumps his bones. In fact, at one point ''they tie him down just so every woman can have a turn''. He's freed of the Thing by a set of adventurers and a quest he'd rather not go into.
14th Aug '17 6:50:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/{{Shivers}}'': A variation with the love plague being the result of a [[ParasiteZombie parasite that makes people lose all inhibitions]]. With very few exceptions (such as [[LipstickLesbian the lesbian couple]]), [[FanDisservice this is]] ''[[FanDisservice not]]'' [[FanDisservice sexy at all]]. Imagine people suddenly making out with everyone else, whether the other person wants to or not, and regardless of things like attractiveness, age, or relatedness.
29th May '17 10:23:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Young Dracula}}'' in the second series; Vlad and Robin are wrestling over a bottle of the stuff and smash it, covering themselves with love potion... in the presence of a load of tween girls. {{Hilarity Ensues}}.

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* ''{{Young ''Series/{{Young Dracula}}'' in the second series; Vlad and Robin are wrestling over a bottle of the stuff and smash it, covering themselves with love potion... in the presence of a load of tween girls. {{Hilarity Ensues}}.
8th Apr '17 10:09:27 PM nombretomado
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* ScoobyDooMysteryInc episode, "Where Walks Aphrodite" has the whole town under a love spell. Animals ''(Like Scooby Doo)'' are the only one's unaffected by it.

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* ScoobyDooMysteryInc The ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooMysteryIncorporated'' episode, "Where Walks Aphrodite" has the whole town under a love spell. Animals ''(Like Scooby Doo)'' are the only one's unaffected by it.
11th Dec '16 7:00:03 PM Emperor_Oshron
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* In the first arc featuring Peorth in ''[[Manga/AhMyGoddess Oh My Goddess!]]'', she tries to convince Belldandy that she hasn't given Keiichi everything he wants by giving him a potion which causes every woman he locks eyes to fall in love with him, including his sister! The spell is broken when he makes eye contact with Belldandy herself.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Rick Potion #9", Rick creates a [[LovePotion love potion]] that causes those effected by it to become obsessively in love to the point of wanting to have sex with him then and there. The problem though is that the person he uses it on - his school-crush Jessica - had the flu. Because of this, the love potion becomes and airborne virus that affects everyone in the world, regardless of who they are, if they ever met Morty or what their sexual orientation.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'' episode "Rick Potion #9", Rick creates a [[LovePotion love potion]] for Morty that causes those effected by it to become obsessively in love to the point of wanting to have sex with him then and there. The problem though is that the person he uses it on - his school-crush Jessica - had the flu. Because of this, the love potion becomes and airborne virus that affects everyone in the world, regardless of who they are, if they ever met Morty or what their sexual orientation.
21st Nov '16 9:38:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Batrean women]] in ''{{Talislanta}}'' give off pheromones that are just this side of mind control. Luckily, not only are most Batrean women nice people, but the pheromones can be countered by wearing nose plugs.

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* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Batrean women]] in ''{{Talislanta}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Talislanta}}'' give off pheromones that are just this side of mind control. Luckily, not only are most Batrean women nice people, but the pheromones can be countered by wearing nose plugs.
11th Oct '16 9:43:07 PM PaulA
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* Creator/{{Bruce Coville}}'s book ''Juliet Dove, Queen of Love'' had the titular character come into possession of a necklace formerly owned by Helen of Troy. Predictably, the necklace causes every boy in her school to fall in love with her (and cause a commotion by piling up in front of her house), and [[ClingyMacGuffin cannot be removed after being put on]].

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* Creator/{{Bruce Coville}}'s Creator/BruceCoville's book ''Juliet Dove, Queen of Love'' ''Literature/JulietDoveQueenOfLove'' had the titular character protagonist Juliet Dove come into possession of a necklace formerly owned by Helen of Troy. Predictably, the The necklace causes every boy in her school to fall in love with her (and cause a commotion by piling up in front of her house), and [[ClingyMacGuffin cannot be removed after being put on]].
28th Sep '16 1:15:59 AM Everdream
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* Even [[VideoGame/PokémonSunAndMoon ''Pokemon'']] gets in on this with [[http://www.serebii.net/sunmoon/pokemon.shtml Salandit,]] a lizard whose females control males (any species) with pheromones.

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* Even [[VideoGame/PokémonSunAndMoon ''Pokemon'']] ''[[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Pokemon]]'' gets in on this with [[http://www.serebii.net/sunmoon/pokemon.shtml Salandit,]] a lizard whose females control males (any species) with pheromones.
28th Sep '16 1:15:03 AM Everdream
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* Even [[VideoGame/PokémonSunAndMoon ''Pokemon'']] gets in on this with [[http://www.serebii.net/sunmoon/pokemon.shtml Salandit,]] a lizard whose females control males (any species) with pheromones.
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