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20th Aug '17 8:52:51 PM Sharlee
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* Assuming they can survive the trip, salmon still die ''en masse'' from the exertion of journeying from the ocean all the way to the streams from which they'd hatched, all in order to reproduce.
* Male octopuses expire of hormonal imbalances shortly after mating, whereas females hang in there just long enough to tend their eggs until they're on the verge of hatching. Then the mothers die too, of starvation because they don't hunt when they're caring for eggs.
* The tiny marsupial ''Antechinus'' is a male-specific example. Their breeding season lasts only a few days, during which all the males do '''nothing''' but frantically copulate with every female they can find. Too hormone-driven to eat, drink, or sleep, they all die of infections and organ failure at the end of their breeding frenzy, leaving an all-female population to raise the next generation alone.
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4th Aug '17 8:26:45 PM KidDynamite
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* Musician [[Music/TheWho John Entwistle]] went out like this in June 2002, in a Las Vegas hotel room with a hooker. In the words of his bandmates:
--> '''Pete Townshend''': That's how John would have wanted to go out.
--> '''Roger Daltrey''': If you knew John, ... that was the perfect ending for him.
27th Jul '17 6:15:47 AM ludditetolpuddle
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* A BBC "Play For Today" set in the Ulster Troubles featured a scene in which a senior RUC (police) officer was "getting it on" with a "sex-worker" when two IRA gunmen burst into the bedroom; before they killed the cop, one of them said "For the love of God, man! Have you never heard of Safe Sex?"
27th Jul '17 6:09:47 AM ludditetolpuddle
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* Comic book "Wolverine"; story arc "Get Mystique"; Senator Ralph Miles Brickman is about to get it on with his favourite "sex-worker" Zahira; he asks if she would like to oblige him with "one of those funny positions"; she obliges by trapping his neck in the crook of her knee, strangling him; as he dies she shape-shifts, revealing her true identity; Mystique! And she hisses, "How was that? Was it GOOD FOR YOU?"
20th Jul '17 5:23:10 AM CynicalBastardo
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* ''ComicBook/TheSimpingDetective'' had this happen to a number of the Boss' {{Mook}}s. It turns out that [[TheDogWasTheMastermind Bob]] was injecting alien prostitutes with a substance called Jazzalite, [[StuffBlowingUp explodes violently upon contact with semen]]. His ultimate plan is to inject the Boss' new wife, Innocence, with the stuff and let nature take its course. [[spoiler: It turns out that she's been having an affair with Colm "Shite" O'Leary and ends up killing him instead.]]
19th Jul '17 2:22:34 PM shokoshu
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* In name only: If you think "Death by Blowjob" is AGoodNameForARockBand...too late. A (now defunct Industrial) Belgian label had this name.
16th Jul '17 1:23:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* Happened to Larry Hagman's character in ''Series/NipTuck''.

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* Happened to Larry Hagman's character in ''Series/NipTuck''. He portrayed an elderly porn star who dies with a smile on his face while filming a sex scene in his latest movie.
16th Jul '17 8:48:32 AM Morgenthaler
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** Forms the basis of the plot of at least one episode, with rather roundabout complications. The main suspect, [[spoiler: a very overweight woman, accidentally suffocates her partner when she passes out drunk on top of him. The woman actually told the police that she smothered him with a pillow, because she said she would rather confess to murder than suffer through the jokes that would be made about her because of the true nature of the victim's death. Believe it or not, the show handled this with a degree of sensitivity]].
** And then there was the guy who [[spoiler:[[TooDumbToLive fell off a hotel balcony while having sex on the railing]]... The woman claimed that he raped her and that she accidentally pushed him off the balcony. She was married and didn't want her infidelity to become known]].

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** Forms the basis of the plot of at least one episode, with rather roundabout complications. The main suspect, [[spoiler: a very overweight woman, accidentally suffocates her partner when she passes out drunk on top of him. The woman actually told the police that she smothered him with a pillow, because she said she would rather confess to murder than suffer through the jokes that would be made about her because of the true nature of the victim's death. Believe it or not, the show handled this with a degree of sensitivity]].sensitivity.
** And then there was the guy who [[spoiler:[[TooDumbToLive [[TooDumbToLive fell off a hotel balcony while having sex on the railing]]... The woman claimed that he raped her and that she accidentally pushed him off the balcony. She was married and didn't want her infidelity to become known]].known.
16th Jul '17 8:46:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Let He Who Is Without Sin...", Dax's previous host Curzon is stated to have died having sex. (With Vanessa Williams, so, {{justified|Trope}}.) However, this directly conflicts with Jadzia's Orb vision of her symbiont implantation in the pilot (where Curzon is very much alive), and with her account of Curzon dying in a hospital bed in "Blood Oath" (where he is said to have died in a hospital bed a day or so after Dax's removal).
* The OneGenderRace of Taresians in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' create male Taresians to mate with by implanting viruses into other humanoid species to lure them to their planet, making them believe that they were long-lost children. The created males are given up to three women to be their wives, but the mating process is always deadly toward the males as they die after mating with their wives.

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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'':
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In the ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' episode "Let He Who Is Without Sin...", Dax's previous host Curzon is stated to have died having sex. (With Vanessa Williams, so, {{justified|Trope}}.) However, this directly conflicts with Jadzia's Orb vision of her symbiont implantation in the pilot (where Curzon is very much alive), and with her account of Curzon dying in a hospital bed in "Blood Oath" (where he is said to have died in a hospital bed a day or so after Dax's removal).
* ** The OneGenderRace of Taresians in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' create male Taresians to mate with by implanting viruses into other humanoid species to lure them to their planet, making them believe that they were long-lost children. The created males are given up to three women to be their wives, but the mating process is always deadly toward the males as they die after mating with their wives.
16th Jul '17 8:46:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* Forms the basis of the plot of at least one episode of ''{{Series/CSI}}'', with rather roundabout complications.
** In this episode, the main suspect, [[spoiler: a very overweight woman, accidentally suffocates her partner when she passes out drunk on top of him. The woman actually told the police that she smothered him with a pillow, because she said she would rather confess to murder than suffer through the jokes that would be made about her because of the true nature of the victim's death. Believe it or not, the show handled this with a degree of sensitivity]].
*** ''Series/PicketFences'' did a similar story, but without [[spoiler: the sex: an obese woman didn't want to admit that she'd rolled over in her sleep and smothered her husband ''by accident,'' so she claimed to have done it deliberately.]]

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* ''{{Series/CSI}}'':
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Forms the basis of the plot of at least one episode of ''{{Series/CSI}}'', episode, with rather roundabout complications.
** In this episode, the
complications. The main suspect, [[spoiler: a very overweight woman, accidentally suffocates her partner when she passes out drunk on top of him. The woman actually told the police that she smothered him with a pillow, because she said she would rather confess to murder than suffer through the jokes that would be made about her because of the true nature of the victim's death. Believe it or not, the show handled this with a degree of sensitivity]]. \n*** ''Series/PicketFences'' did a similar story, but without [[spoiler: the sex: an obese woman didn't want to admit that she'd rolled over in her sleep and smothered her husband ''by accident,'' so she claimed to have done it deliberately.]]



* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "[[Recap/TheXFilesS01E14GenderBender Gender Bender]]" from season 1, is an example of this trope.

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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' ''Series/PicketFences'' did a similar story, but without [[spoiler: the sex: an obese woman didn't want to admit that she'd rolled over in her sleep and smothered her husband ''by accident,'' so she claimed to have done it deliberately.]]
* ''Series/TheXFiles'':
** The
episode "[[Recap/TheXFilesS01E14GenderBender Gender Bender]]" from season 1, is an example of this trope.
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