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24th Dec '16 11:26:15 AM DustSnitch
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* In ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'''s "Which Superhero is the Best Lover?", Duscher argues the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk would make a great lover and gets laughed off by the rest of the cast when they realize that coitus with Hulk would definitely end with him accidentally ripping you to shreds from sheer strength.

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In ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'''s "Which Superhero is the Best Lover?", Duscher argues the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk would make a great lover and gets laughed off by the rest of the cast when they realize that coitus with Hulk would definitely end with him accidentally ripping you to shreds from sheer strength.strength.
** The central issue in "Why Doesn't Rogue Use Protection?" is Rogue's inability to have sex due to her mutant powers, though the discussion veers into the problems most of the mutant population and the ComicBook/FantasticFour must have with sex. They conclude that ComicBook/IronMan and Reed Richards, with their ridiculous intellect, could simply make de-powering collars or full-body suits to prevent superpowers from interfering with coitus.
22nd Dec '16 7:04:49 AM FlowerofMay
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* Potentially inverted with ''Series/{{Supergirl}}, as lampshades by a shock jock in season one.

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* Potentially inverted with ''Series/{{Supergirl}}, ''Series/{{Supergirl}}'', as lampshades by a shock jock in season one.
22nd Dec '16 7:03:46 AM FlowerofMay
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* Potentially inverted with ''Series/{{Supergirl}}, as lampshades by a shock jock in season one.
** '''Leslie Willis''': You know, who's hombre enough to puncture the Chastity Belt of Steel?
13th Nov '16 10:50:49 PM blackswan
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* Alexander,the protagonist of ''Literature/TheAgeOfIce has ice/cold based powers. When he gets sexually aroused his body becomes icily cold. Being a decent dude he lets his first fiancee Marie know before they tie the knot and she is stuck with him for good, this being when divorce was social suicide. When he falls in love with Anna, who is his fraternal twin's widow he insists on only having sex on bathtub full of steaming hot water to avoid doing harm to her. This causes friction in their relationship even though Anna finds their encounters enjoyable.
8th Nov '16 2:14:10 PM DustSnitch
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* In ''Podcast/PlumbingTheDeathStar'''s "Which Superhero is the Best Lover?", Duscher argues the ComicBook/IncredibleHulk would make a great lover and gets laughed off by the rest of the cast when they realize that coitus with Hulk would definitely end with him accidentally ripping you to shreds from sheer strength.
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* Mentioned in ''InterviewingLeather'' as one of the reasons why Leather only has other Supers as boyfriends.

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* Mentioned in ''InterviewingLeather'' ''Literature/InterviewingLeather'' as one of the reasons why Leather only has other Supers as boyfriends.
28th Oct '16 4:16:31 PM LondonKdS
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* Intermittently discussed in the fourth and fifth seasons of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', as Finn struggles with the obvious practical problems of a human falling in love with a fire elemental.

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* Intermittently discussed in the fourth and fifth seasons of ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', as Finn struggles with the obvious practical problems of a human falling in love with a fire elemental.
19th Oct '16 11:32:07 AM TheNerevarine
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* ComicBook/TheSavageDragon is a large green-skinned humanoid with superhuman strength that was shown having casual sex with a number of human females. This trope comes into play when his secret backstory reveals that [[spoiler: he is from an alien race and even stronger than his kind as result of being their "{{chosen one}}". When a female of his species offers herself to him, the next panel shows ''he tore her apart with his super strength''. And she was just one of the many women before that this happened before!]] Its probably he uses more restraint now with his sexual partners.
19th Oct '16 5:12:15 AM LondonKdS
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* This is a concern for Worf, a Klingon, in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. When asked in early seasons about the prospects for his love life, he replies that he would require a Klingon woman as human women are too fragile. {{Subverted}}: while Klingons do have greater average strength and durability than humans and a penchant for DestructoNookie, his concerns turn out to be exaggerated. There are at least two confirmed Klingon-human pairings in-universe that result in a child, and Worf himself later dates and is intimate with a half-human half-[[HumanAlien Betazed]] woman and two (physically) different Trill, all three of whom are roughly equivalent to humans. It's strongly implied that Worf was merely using this trope as an excuse to avoid dealing with his intimacy issues.

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* This is a concern for Worf, a Klingon, in ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration''. When asked in early seasons about the prospects for his love life, he replies that he would require a Klingon woman as human women are too fragile. {{Subverted}}: while Klingons do have greater average strength and durability than humans and a penchant for DestructoNookie, [[InterplayOfSexAndViolence consensual rough sex]], his concerns turn out to be exaggerated. There are at least two confirmed Klingon-human pairings in-universe that result in a child, and Worf himself later dates and is intimate with a half-human half-[[HumanAlien Betazed]] woman and two (physically) different Trill, all three of whom are roughly equivalent to humans. It's strongly implied that Worf was merely using this trope as an excuse to avoid dealing with his intimacy issues.
11th Oct '16 12:46:18 PM hullflyer
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** This is despite the fact that the Hulk has been shown to not suffer from this problem; while it's generally accepted that Banner can't have sex without risking a transformation, the Hulk has had a sex with normal human women on occasion, though most of the Green Giant's love interests have had considerable super strength and durability, themselves.

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** This is despite the fact that the Hulk has been shown to not suffer from this problem; while it's generally accepted that Banner can't have sex without risking a transformation, the Hulk has had a sex with normal human women on occasion, though most of the Green Giant's love interests have had considerable super strength and durability, themselves.
11th Oct '16 12:45:17 PM hullflyer
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* Not related to super-strength, but her super power directly is The X-Men's Rogue. As she found out when her powers manifested themselves during her FirstKiss, if she remains in physical contact with anyone for very long, not only will she absorb any powers they may have, but will absorb their memories and ultimately kill them.

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* Not related to super-strength, but her super power directly is The the X-Men's Rogue. As she found out when her powers manifested themselves during her FirstKiss, if she remains in physical contact with anyone for very long, not only will she absorb any powers they may have, but will absorb their memories and ultimately kill them.
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