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16th Aug '17 9:24:11 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Played straight in Sherman Alexie's short story ''The Sin Eaters'', where the narrator is [[ShotaCon twelve years old]] and all the American Indians are [[PuttingOnTheReich rounded up and placed in facilities]] where they are forced to donate blood and marrow. This is because American Indians have an immune gene of some kind that protects against a virus, or something. They talk about antibodies, and that's all I know. Anyway, the government forces him to breed with a thirty-year-old woman who has already been with several men because [[YouFailBiologyForever the more men she's with, the stronger the child will be]]. That last one, despite failing biology forever, is actually congruent with the myths of some Native American peoples.

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* Played straight in Sherman Alexie's short story ''The Sin Eaters'', where the narrator is [[ShotaCon [[PaedoHunt twelve years old]] and all the American Indians are [[PuttingOnTheReich rounded up and placed in facilities]] where they are forced to donate blood and marrow. This is because American Indians have an immune gene of some kind that protects against a virus, or something. They talk about antibodies, and that's all I know. Anyway, the government forces him to breed with a thirty-year-old woman who has already been with several men because [[YouFailBiologyForever the more men she's with, the stronger the child will be]]. That last one, despite failing biology forever, is actually congruent with the myths of some Native American peoples.
15th Aug '17 6:32:16 PM infernape612
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-->'''Tristan:''' He wants a virgin sacrifice! Quick, Téa, have sex with me! It's the only way to stop him!
-->'''Téa:''' Hell no, I'm saving myself for Yugi! ...I mean marriage.

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-->'''Tristan:''' He wants a virgin sacrifice! Quick, Téa, have sex with me! It's the only way to stop him!
-->'''Téa:'''
him!\\
'''Téa:'''
Hell no, I'm saving myself for Yugi! ...I mean marriage.



** Unfortunately for the Arlians, after Nappa and Vegeta leave, [[JerkAss Vegeta blows up the planet anyway.]]

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** Unfortunately for the Arlians, after Nappa and Vegeta leave, [[JerkAss [[{{Jerkass}} Vegeta blows up the planet anyway.]]



-->'''Fry''': That's a tough decision: life without sex, or sex without life.

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-->'''Fry''': ---->'''Fry''': That's a tough decision: life without sex, or sex without life.
17th Jul '17 5:21:59 AM jormis29
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* This is -- no, really-- canon in ''Series/{{Skins}}'', with bonus incest: in retaliation for a vicious prank, Josh Stock kidnaps Tony's sister Effy, overdoses her with heroin, and tries to force Tony to have sex with her before he'll call an ambulance, although he inexplicably (very likely for real-life reasons having to do with Kaya Scodelario's age) backs down rather than make them go through with it.

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* This is -- no, really-- canon in ''Series/{{Skins}}'', with bonus incest: in retaliation for a vicious prank, Josh Stock kidnaps Tony's sister Effy, overdoses her with heroin, and tries to force Tony to have sex with her before he'll call an ambulance, although he inexplicably (very likely for real-life reasons having to do with Kaya Scodelario's Creator/KayaScodelario's age) backs down rather than make them go through with it.
25th Jun '17 3:22:35 AM ImpudentInfidel
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** And in ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', an alien virus caused T'Pol's Pon Farr to manifest early. A cure was found before she could convince someone to do the deed. In the MirrorUniverse, however, Tucker does make reference to "helping" her with that problem.

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** And in ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', an alien virus caused T'Pol's Pon Farr to manifest early. Unlike earlier examples, instead of growing general irritability and irrational anger she acts like a cat in heat. A cure was found before she could convince someone to do the deed. In the MirrorUniverse, however, Tucker does make reference to "helping" her with that problem.
16th May '17 10:20:55 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Tsukihime}}'' plays this literally; [[spoiler: making sexy time is the only way to hold back [[EnemyWithin Roa]] in Ciel's route. She likes it in the ass, though, so it may not exactly be mating.]]

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* ''{{Tsukihime}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'' plays this literally; [[spoiler: making sexy time is the only way to hold back [[EnemyWithin Roa]] in Ciel's route. She likes it in the ass, though, so it may not exactly be mating.]]
15th May '17 8:03:27 PM WillBGood
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* ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' has Recognition, a telepathic mating urge that forces elf couples with good genetic matches to mate and have children. Elves who try to resist become sick, though WordofGod is that the elves won't actually die, since that defeats the point. They may feel like they're going to, though.

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* ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'' has Recognition, a telepathic mating urge that forces elf couples with good genetic matches to mate and have children. Elves who try to resist become sick, though WordofGod WordOfGod is that the elves won't actually die, since that defeats the point. They may feel like they're going to, though.
23rd Apr '17 9:20:35 AM AndreaTx
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** Also used for slash pairings that are less popular in the fandom and lack even subtextual support in canon, such as John and [[ParentalIncest either of his sons]], [[TheFriendsThatNeverHang Castiel and Sam]], [[SiblingIncest Castiel and any other angel, since angels are technically all siblings]] or characters who are canonically enemies such as Sam/ Lucifer or Dean/ Ruby or canonically strangers such as John/ Ruby or John/ Castiel.

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** Also used for slash pairings that are less popular in the fandom and lack even subtextual support in canon, such as John and [[ParentalIncest either of his sons]], [[TheFriendsThatNeverHang [[TheFriendsWhoNeverHang Castiel and Sam]], [[SiblingIncest Castiel and any other angel, since angels are technically all siblings]] or characters who are canonically enemies such as Sam/ Lucifer or Dean/ Ruby or canonically strangers such as John/ Ruby or John/ Castiel.
23rd Apr '17 9:18:20 AM AndreaTx
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* Extremely popular in {{Supernatural}} slash fic as a way to help Sam and Dean get over their [[SiblingIncest But He's My Brother]] aversion to sexual activity. The canonical series has already established them as being so codependent that they're willing to sell their souls and go to hell for one another so writers figure what's a little sex amongst brothers if it'll save each others lives? This is usually commenced by one or both brothers being exposed to sex pollen (makes them super horny and their brains will fry from fever if they don't act on it), sex magic (a witch or a curse that forces them to be sexual together), or some combination that literally creates a screw or die situation (name has been mellowed for the less spicy nature of TV Tropes).
**Also used for slash pairings that are less popular in the fandom and lack even subtextual support in canon, such as John and [[ParentalIncest either of his sons]], [[TheFriendsThatNeverHang Castiel and Sam]], [[SiblingIncest Castiel and any other angel, since angels are technically all siblings]] or characters who are canonically enemies such as Sam/ Lucifer or Dean/ Ruby or canonically strangers such as John/ Ruby or John/ Castiel.
8th Apr '17 1:10:07 PM nombretomado
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* A DarkerAndEdgier ''{{Redwall}}'' fanfic used this to explain Veil's conception. Swartt had apparently no interest in Bluefen in canon, yet they had a kid. The characters involved are [[TalkingAnimal anthropomorphic]] ferrets, and the females have a tendency to develop diseases of the bone marrow if they don't mate at the appropriate time. Sooo ...

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* A DarkerAndEdgier ''{{Redwall}}'' ''{{Literature/Redwall}}'' fanfic used this to explain Veil's conception. Swartt had apparently no interest in Bluefen in canon, yet they had a kid. The characters involved are [[TalkingAnimal anthropomorphic]] ferrets, and the females have a tendency to develop diseases of the bone marrow if they don't mate at the appropriate time. Sooo ...
17th Mar '17 5:02:53 PM Doug86
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** It's also notable that originally, pon farr was something that only Vulcan ''males'' were subjected to. By the time of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' and later [[StarTrekExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]] literature, pon farr became flanderized to where it affected ''all'' Vulcans.

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** It's also notable that originally, pon farr was something that only Vulcan ''males'' were subjected to. By the time of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' and later [[StarTrekExpandedUniverse [[Franchise/StarTrekExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]] literature, pon farr became flanderized to where it affected ''all'' Vulcans.
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