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3rd May '16 7:07:56 PM GottaHaveFaith
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* Both Kurt and Julia from the two ''Film/HorribleBosses'' movies.



** Once this character not found in the books arrives in King's Landing, her [[MsFanService true role]] is revealed: to be nude, often engaging in sex, in the same scene as one of [[TheChessmaster Littlefinger's]] long monologues (Thus Fanon coined the term [[MrExposition "Sexposition"]].

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** Once this character not found in the books arrives in King's Landing, her [[MsFanService true role]] is revealed: to be nude, often engaging in sex, in the same scene as one of [[TheChessmaster Littlefinger's]] long monologues (Thus Fanon coined the term [[MrExposition "Sexposition"]]."Sexposition"]]).
** Other notable examples include Tyrion Lannister (though this is mostly pre-series and early Season 1; he settles down quite a bit later), an infamous whoremonger; Robert Baratheon, who has many bastard children by various women he's bedded (most of them whores) in different parts of the country (and, unbeknownst to him, ''no'' legitimate children at all); and Oberyn Martell, who is bisexual and frequently engages in orgies with prostitutes of both genders together with his girlfriend Ellaria.
30th Apr '16 6:45:20 AM kataangluvr
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* Kotonoha's classmates from ''VisualNovel/SchoolDays'' believe that Kotonoha is this because of her popularity with the boys and her large bust. The truth is that she's an [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Innocent Fanservice]] ShrinkingViolet who will only want Makoto and no other guy.
26th Apr '16 7:30:35 AM seska1729
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Two words: Jack Harkness.
19th Apr '16 7:15:14 AM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheDinosaurLords'', Jaume, who belongs to a religious order encouraging henodism and is BiTheWay, has a whole lot of lovers, sometimes even several at the same time.
6th Apr '16 1:49:55 PM emeriin
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** WebVideo/AskThatGuyWithTheGlasses has boasted that he'll go down on anyone and anything.
6th Apr '16 11:16:05 AM ZelmanClock
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* During a flashback in chapter 78 of ''BlueExorcist'', it is implied that Shura constantly threw herself at men when she was younger. When Shiro tells her she should have more respect for herself, she [[MarshmallowHell takes her top off and shoves her breasts in his face]]

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* During a flashback in chapter 78 of ''BlueExorcist'', ''Manga/BlueExorcist'', it is implied that Shura constantly threw herself at men when she was younger. When Shiro tells her she should have more respect for herself, she [[MarshmallowHell takes her top off and shoves her breasts in his face]]
6th Apr '16 9:39:00 AM ZelmanClock
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* During a flashback in chapter 78 of ''BlueExorcist'', it is implied that Shura constantly threw herself at men when she was younger. When Shiro tells her she should have more respect for herself, she [[MarshmallowHell takes her top off and shoves her breasts in his face]]
29th Mar '16 4:19:09 PM Minni128
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*In ''Foundling'', Yukari is more or less implied to be this, as the clues imply she was once a prostitute.
28th Mar '16 6:04:48 PM Eievie
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This sometimes [[TheVamp overlaps with being evil]], but is also a staple of sitcoms where it's more used as a simple source of humor. Jokes will usually play on her astonishing number and variety of partners. Often described as man-hungry, easy, loose or fast. In a more rural setting, she is often branded the "village bicycle" (been everywhere and everyone's had a ride...). Expect generous quotations from the ComicSutra.

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This sometimes [[TheVamp overlaps with being evil]], but is also a staple of sitcoms where it's more used as a simple source of humor. Jokes will usually play on her astonishing number and variety of partners. Often described as man-hungry, easy, loose or fast. In a more rural setting, she is often branded the "village bicycle" (been everywhere and everyone's had a ride...).ride…). Expect generous quotations from the ComicSutra.



* Minako from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', sort of: she falls in love almost continuously (in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' Artemis even congratulated her for 1000th first love, and the series DragonInChief remarked she used to do the very same thing in her previous life), but the boys she falls in love with never loves her back, with the greatest examples being Higashi-senpai (from the ''Codename: Sailor V'' manga, notable for suggesting Minako to wear her head ribbon and being the first youma killed by Sailor V), Kaitou Ace (''Sailor V'' manga again, he's actually Danburite, the series BigBad and possibly Minako's true love in the manga), Alan (from the [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]]. Minako loved him, but presented him to her best friend in London, and they fell in love with each other), Hawk's Eye and Tiger's Eye (villains she fall in love with at the same time and attempt to involve in a threesome, but they were playing with her feelins. [[WomanScorned Sailor Venus opened a can of whoopass on them later]]), and Kou Yaten (anime only. And a woman in disguise). No wonder why Minako in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] stopped having recorded 'first loves' after she killed Danburite and, later in the series, flat-out admitted having renounced to men...

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* Minako from ''Franchise/SailorMoon'', sort of: she falls in love almost continuously (in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'' Artemis even congratulated her for 1000th first love, and the series DragonInChief remarked she used to do the very same thing in her previous life), but the boys she falls in love with never loves her back, with the greatest examples being Higashi-senpai (from the ''Codename: Sailor V'' manga, notable for suggesting Minako to wear her head ribbon and being the first youma killed by Sailor V), Kaitou Ace (''Sailor V'' manga again, he's actually Danburite, the series BigBad and possibly Minako's true love in the manga), Alan (from the [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]]. Minako loved him, but presented him to her best friend in London, and they fell in love with each other), Hawk's Eye and Tiger's Eye (villains she fall in love with at the same time and attempt to involve in a threesome, but they were playing with her feelins. [[WomanScorned Sailor Venus opened a can of whoopass on them later]]), and Kou Yaten (anime only. And a woman in disguise). No wonder why Minako in the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] stopped having recorded 'first loves' after she killed Danburite and, later in the series, flat-out admitted having renounced to men...men…



* ''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie'': Sometime before she became the head priestess of the Mylee Shrine, Jenny had to serve Rijarl[[note]]this was years prior to Rijarl building the kingdom of Ohfun and becoming its ruler[[/note]], who was her sworn "champion". And according to legend, he was great and valiant man who accomplished great deeds... but the rest of the country didn't know him like ''she did''. While he never slept with ''her'', he was a womanizer who had so many lovers, that Jenny [[http://www.kivmanga.com/Rune_Soldier_Louie_-_Req_by_Valdimir/001.005/44/ lost count.]] So she was surprised to hear Melissa say she [[Funny/RuneSoldierLouie had hoped to serve a "true" hero]], [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor as she once had.]]

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* ''Anime/RuneSoldierLouie'': Sometime before she became the head priestess of the Mylee Shrine, Jenny had to serve Rijarl[[note]]this was years prior to Rijarl building the kingdom of Ohfun and becoming its ruler[[/note]], who was her sworn "champion". And according to legend, he was great and valiant man who accomplished great deeds... deeds… but the rest of the country didn't know him like ''she did''. While he never slept with ''her'', he was a womanizer who had so many lovers, that Jenny [[http://www.kivmanga.com/Rune_Soldier_Louie_-_Req_by_Valdimir/001.005/44/ lost count.]] So she was surprised to hear Melissa say she [[Funny/RuneSoldierLouie had hoped to serve a "true" hero]], [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor as she once had.]]



** Chapter 32 begins with [[SexyDiscretionShot a veiled shot]] of [[BigBad Ouken Yamato]] banging one of his concubines so hard, that the force of his thrusts was [[http://readpanda.net/Maken-ki/32/4/ shaking the guardian statue]] outside the bedchamber. By the next page, he's shown being dressed by two more of his concubines, while several of his harem are seen passed out on the floor around him - with another shown limp in her bed.

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** Chapter 32 begins with [[SexyDiscretionShot a veiled shot]] of [[BigBad Ouken Yamato]] banging one of his concubines so hard, that the force of his thrusts was [[http://readpanda.net/Maken-ki/32/4/ shaking the guardian statue]] outside the bedchamber. By the next page, he's shown being dressed by two more of his concubines, while several of his harem are seen passed out on the floor around him - with him--with another shown limp in her bed.



--->'''[[ChickMagnet Nightwing]]''': Is there ''anyone'' you won't sleep with?
--->'''[[HandsomeLech Arsenal]]''': You mean among the [[LampshadeHanging pool of women super heroes with the bodies of Olympians]]? ''No'', dude.

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--->'''[[ChickMagnet Nightwing]]''': Is there ''anyone'' you won't sleep with?
--->'''[[HandsomeLech
with?\\
'''[[HandsomeLech
Arsenal]]''': You mean among the [[LampshadeHanging pool of women super heroes with the bodies of Olympians]]? ''No'', dude.



* It's not a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' comic unless Johnny Storm is either on his way to, in the middle of, or recovering from some supermodel date. And then there's the HoYay with Spidey...

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* It's not a ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' comic unless Johnny Storm is either on his way to, in the middle of, or recovering from some supermodel date. And then there's the HoYay with Spidey...Spidey…



* In one ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' story, Loki recruits Spider-Man's help for dealing with a woman who is a victim of DemonicPossession. Later, Loki discovers that the woman is his daughter. When Spidey is surprised that Loki has children, Loki says that he has hundreds. ("I'm a Norse God," he says. "It... happens." Clearly, he's very much like his mythological counterpart in this regard.)
* It's become a running joke that ComicBook/SheHulk is very... liberated. But she did ''not'' sleep with Juggernaut! Well she did, but it [[RetCon wasn't her]], OK?

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* In one ''ComicBook/SpiderMan'' story, Loki recruits Spider-Man's help for dealing with a woman who is a victim of DemonicPossession. Later, Loki discovers that the woman is his daughter. When Spidey is surprised that Loki has children, Loki says that he has hundreds. ("I'm a Norse God," he says. "It... "It… happens." Clearly, he's very much like his mythological counterpart in this regard.)
* It's become a running joke that ComicBook/SheHulk is very... very… liberated. But she did ''not'' sleep with Juggernaut! Well she did, but it [[RetCon wasn't her]], OK?



* The entire premise behind one Jerry Siegel's most obscure creations -- ''[[http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Jon_Juan Jon Juan]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Super Lover]]''.

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* The entire premise behind one Jerry Siegel's most obscure creations -- ''[[http://pdsh.creations--''[[http://pdsh.wikia.com/wiki/Jon_Juan Jon Juan]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Super Lover]]''.



* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' is something of a subversion: While he has definitely had a lot of sex partners (Catwoman, Talia, Vicki Vale, Julie Madsen, Jezebel Jet, Silver St. Cloud... and possibly Zatanna) for a guy who is supposed to be a bitter loner, it's nowhere near the Starkian number that people think ''billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne'' has had. In one comic it's mentioned that trying to make people think this is one of the more difficult parts of his masquerade.

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' is something of a subversion: While he has definitely had a lot of sex partners (Catwoman, Talia, Vicki Vale, Julie Madsen, Jezebel Jet, Silver St. Cloud... Cloud… and possibly Zatanna) for a guy who is supposed to be a bitter loner, it's nowhere near the Starkian number that people think ''billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne'' has had. In one comic it's mentioned that trying to make people think this is one of the more difficult parts of his masquerade.



** In this series, this is true of ''almost all women'' (the only known exceptions are Giuda's cousin, who his [[{{Gonk}} so ugly nobody could look at her]], and Dulcistella, who is just a nice girl). Even Ciurga ([[{{Gonk}} who is so ugly she was once mistaken for a toilet (Italian slang for extremely ugly woman) and a]] ''[[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]]'') managed to find a few men to sleep with. This is played for drama ([[WidgetSeries as much as that series could have drama]]): by trying to gift Bedelia with a magical carillon that would curse him if given to a woman that didn't love him, Aldo became a monster, with the only ways to break the curse being either find a woman who could love him anyway or spill the blood of a virgin... And when he tried to kill a virgin, ''he couldn't find one''. Except for Giuda's cousin, [[ShaggyDogStory who proceeded to lose both their virginities when he tried to kill her]].

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** In this series, this is true of ''almost all women'' (the only known exceptions are Giuda's cousin, who his [[{{Gonk}} so ugly nobody could look at her]], and Dulcistella, who is just a nice girl). Even Ciurga ([[{{Gonk}} who is so ugly she was once mistaken for a toilet (Italian slang for extremely ugly woman) and a]] ''[[Franchise/{{Alien}} Xenomorph]]'') managed to find a few men to sleep with. This is played for drama ([[WidgetSeries as much as that series could have drama]]): by trying to gift Bedelia with a magical carillon that would curse him if given to a woman that didn't love him, Aldo became a monster, with the only ways to break the curse being either find a woman who could love him anyway or spill the blood of a virgin... virgin… And when he tried to kill a virgin, ''he couldn't find one''. Except for Giuda's cousin, [[ShaggyDogStory who proceeded to lose both their virginities when he tried to kill her]].






* Rae (Christina Ricci) in ''Film/BlackSnakeMoan''. Justified since she's a nymphomaniac with deep-seated issues, but...

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* Rae (Christina Ricci) in ''Film/BlackSnakeMoan''. Justified since she's a nymphomaniac with deep-seated issues, but...but…



--> Packer: How does it feel to be riding my horse?
--> Frenchy: Come off it Packer; everyone in this town has ridden your horse

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--> Packer: -->'''Packer:''' How does it feel to be riding my horse?
--> Frenchy:
horse?\\
'''Frenchy:'''
Come off it Packer; everyone in this town has ridden your horse



* ''Film/StarTrek'' (2009). Kirk is in bed with Uhura's [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion roommate]], who tries to hide him when Uhura returns unexpectedly, as she'd promised to stop bringing men back to their quarters. A [[DoubleStandard startled]] Kirk (who has [[HandsomeLech quite a reputation]] himself) asks her how many men she's brought back before he's shoved under the bed. In the novelization, when Uhura learns who her roommate has been sleeping with, she tells her just how many of his classmates Kirk has actually bedded, including some who were allegedly "not even humanoid". He doesn't try to deny his profligacy, and merely states that they were all humanoid... ''he thinks''.

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* ''Film/StarTrek'' (2009). Kirk is in bed with Uhura's [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orion roommate]], who tries to hide him when Uhura returns unexpectedly, as she'd promised to stop bringing men back to their quarters. A [[DoubleStandard startled]] Kirk (who has [[HandsomeLech quite a reputation]] himself) asks her how many men she's brought back before he's shoved under the bed. In the novelization, when Uhura learns who her roommate has been sleeping with, she tells her just how many of his classmates Kirk has actually bedded, including some who were allegedly "not even humanoid". He doesn't try to deny his profligacy, and merely states that they were all humanoid... humanoid… ''he thinks''.



-->'''Dante''': Thirty-seven! My girlfriend's sucked thirty-seven dicks!
-->'''Customer''': ...in a row?

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-->'''Dante''': Thirty-seven! My girlfriend's sucked thirty-seven dicks!
-->'''Customer''': ...in
dicks!\\
'''Customer''': …in
a row?



* Peter Quincy Taggart in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' is this, as a parody of ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s James Kirk; The fictional actor who plays him, Jason Nesmith[[note]]played by Creator/TimAllen, who is real as far as we know[[/note]] was notorious for sleeping with every female extra he could get his hands on, but by the time of the film, he's long past being a sex symbol to anyone but his die-hard fans, and seems to be leading a rather lonely and borderline-alcoholic existence. [[spoiler: He rekindles his failed relationship with Gwen by the end of the movie.]]

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* Peter Quincy Taggart in ''Film/GalaxyQuest'' is this, as a parody of ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s James Kirk; The fictional actor who plays him, Jason Nesmith[[note]]played by Creator/TimAllen, who is real as far as we know[[/note]] was notorious for sleeping with every female extra he could get his hands on, but by the time of the film, he's long past being a sex symbol to anyone but his die-hard fans, and seems to be leading a rather lonely and borderline-alcoholic existence. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He rekindles his failed relationship with Gwen by the end of the movie.]]



* ''Film/WangDeShengYan'''s Liu Bang/Emperor Gaozu is a frequent womanizer, to the lament of his wife Lü Zhi. No wonder she turns somewhat sour with time...
* In ''Film/LoveFindsAndyHardy'', Andy is a little stumped with Cynthia at first, since she doesn't like to go swimming or go for walks. Eventually he finds out what Cynthia does like—"hugging and kissing." Andy, a hopelessly innocent boy from EverytownAmerica, is a little bit discomfited by this, apparently finding the fact that Creator/LanaTurner is all over him to be troublesome.
--> "Do you think it's wrong for a guy not to want a girl kissing him all the time?"

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* ''Film/WangDeShengYan'''s Liu Bang/Emperor Gaozu is a frequent womanizer, to the lament of his wife Lü Zhi. No wonder she turns somewhat sour with time...
time…
* In ''Film/LoveFindsAndyHardy'', Andy is a little stumped with Cynthia at first, since she doesn't like to go swimming or go for walks. Eventually he finds out what Cynthia does like—"hugging like--"hugging and kissing." Andy, a hopelessly innocent boy from EverytownAmerica, is a little bit discomfited by this, apparently finding the fact that Creator/LanaTurner is all over him to be troublesome.
--> "Do -->"Do you think it's wrong for a guy not to want a girl kissing him all the time?"



* A newlywed couple go to bed. The husband, who suffers from traditional upbringing, asks his wife if she's his first, and gets only silence in return. He apologizes for doubting her... only for her to reveal that she was sorting out the LongList.

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* A newlywed couple go to bed. The husband, who suffers from traditional upbringing, asks his wife if she's his first, and gets only silence in return. He apologizes for doubting her... her… only for her to reveal that she was sorting out the LongList.



** Later ''[[Literature/HereticsOfDune Dune]]'' books have the Honored Matres, who are [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower so good in bed]] that the experience acts as an addictive narcotic. In contrast to the Bene Gesserit end of improving the human condition, this is quite openly about ruthless, selfish control, and philosophically at least, the Bene Gesserit have nothing but contempt for them (to the point where their epithet for the Honored Matres is 'whore').

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** Later ''[[Literature/HereticsOfDune Dune]]'' books have the Honored Matres, who are [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower so good in bed]] that the experience acts as an addictive narcotic. In contrast to the Bene Gesserit end of improving the human condition, this is quite openly about ruthless, selfish control, and philosophically at least, the Bene Gesserit have nothing but contempt for them (to the point where their epithet for the Honored Matres is 'whore')."whore").



* Implied and then mocked ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries''. As a succubus-like witch, Dora had to really get around to get energy she needed to live. After events of book one, she doesn't have to, but she already has a reputation, so in the next books the gossips are that she slept with ''everybody'' she met with, including her Guardian Angel, two archangels, Lucifer, Baal, Angel of Death, local vampire lord, local Alpha and her subordinate vampires. None of this is true - she sleeps with exactly two people during the series.

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* Implied and then mocked ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries''. As a succubus-like witch, Dora had to really get around to get energy she needed to live. After events of book one, she doesn't have to, but she already has a reputation, so in the next books the gossips are that she slept with ''everybody'' she met with, including her Guardian Angel, two archangels, Lucifer, Baal, Angel of Death, local vampire lord, local Alpha and her subordinate vampires. None of this is true - she true--she sleeps with exactly two people during the series.



* In the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', the Zeltrons tend to have this as their [[PlanetOfHats hat]]. Justified somewhat in that they're a society of empaths with some pretty potent pheromones, and it's in their best interest to see everyone -- natives and guest alike -- are having a good time.

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* In the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', the Zeltrons tend to have this as their [[PlanetOfHats hat]]. Justified somewhat in that they're a society of empaths with some pretty potent pheromones, and it's in their best interest to see everyone -- natives everyone--natives and guest alike -- are alike--are having a good time.



-->How many women have you slept with in the past year?[[labelnote:Answer]]The answer worth the most points is B. Answer A is too few women, but answer C is too many -- real men don't believe in cheap sex.[[/labelnote]]

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-->How many women have you slept with in the past year?[[labelnote:Answer]]The answer worth the most points is B. Answer A is too few women, but answer C is too many -- real many--real men don't believe in cheap sex.[[/labelnote]]



* The gods from ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' have enough children between them to have two ARMIES, and make up the core of the enemy. True, some are just descendants, and some are far more than others (For example, Posiedon in the present day only has one child....human child anyway, while Ares has over a dozen, and there are gods who don't have any). It helps to be omnipresent....

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* The gods from ''Literature/PercyJacksonAndTheOlympians'' have enough children between them to have two ARMIES, '''armies''', and make up the core of the enemy. True, some are just descendants, and some are far more than others others. (For example, Posiedon in the present day only has one child....child… human child anyway, while Ares has over a dozen, and there are gods who don't have any). any.) It helps to be omnipresent....omnipresent…



* The ''Literature/AgeOfFire'' series has Imfamnia. First she's betrothed to [=NiVom=], but this arrangement ends when [[spoiler: she and [[EvilMatriarch Tighlia]] frame [=NiVom=] for assault]]. Then she becomes the mate of [=SiDrakkon=] (her great-uncle by marriage), and after his death she becomes the mate of [=SiMevolant=] -- her ''brother''. After [[spoiler: [=SiMevolant=]'s fall from power forces her to flee the Lavadome]], the other dragons begin calling her "the Jade Queen" -- "Jade" being the draconic slang term for "mistress".

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* The ''Literature/AgeOfFire'' series has Imfamnia. First she's betrothed to [=NiVom=], but this arrangement ends when [[spoiler: she and [[EvilMatriarch Tighlia]] frame [=NiVom=] for assault]]. Then she becomes the mate of [=SiDrakkon=] (her great-uncle by marriage), and after his death she becomes the mate of [=SiMevolant=] -- her [=SiMevolant=]--her ''brother''. After [[spoiler: [=SiMevolant=]'s fall from power forces her to flee the Lavadome]], the other dragons begin calling her "the Jade Queen" -- "Jade" Queen"--"Jade" being the draconic slang term for "mistress".



* In ''Literature/VampireAcademy'', Rose Hathaway has this reputation, due to getting semi-nude and making out with hot guys. But she is actually highly selective over who she's intimate with - unlike Lissa. Part of her GoodBadGirl ways.

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* In ''Literature/VampireAcademy'', Rose Hathaway has this reputation, due to getting semi-nude and making out with hot guys. But she is actually highly selective over who she's intimate with - unlike with--unlike Lissa. Part of her GoodBadGirl ways.



* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' has a few characters like this, most notably Cersei Lannister, Robert Baratheon, Amerei "Gatehouse Ami" Frey, and Oberyn Martell. The absolute master of this trope, however, is King Aegon the Fourth, who boasted sleeping with over 900 women and had scores of illegitimate children all over the kingdom. His libedo was so out of control that it actually led to war.

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' has a few characters like this, most notably Cersei Lannister, Robert Baratheon, Amerei "Gatehouse Ami" Frey, and Oberyn Martell. The absolute master of this trope, however, is King Aegon the Fourth, who boasted sleeping with over 900 women and had scores of illegitimate children all over the kingdom. His libedo was so out of control that it actually led to war.war.
**Cersei Lannister is an interesting example. She certainly ''has'' bedded quite a few people, but she does it for political advantage, not out of lust. People she's slept with just because she wanted to number 3: [[{{Twincest}} Jaime]], [[KissingCousins Lancel]], and [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer Taena]].



** In-universe characters accuse Tess herself of this, but [[InformedAbility it doesn't really work]], as during the course of her three years on the show we only see her with three men- one an ex-boyfriend, one [[KneelBeforeZod a guy]] [[ManipulativeBastard who she's trying to manipulate]], and one example of PairTheSmartOnes that was entirely the fault of magic-spiked champagne that got both of them instantly blackout drunk (neither of them knew it was spiked when they drank it, so it really is not even remotely the fault of either of them). It actually kind of seems like her habit of trying to [[TheVamp flirt her way out of trouble]] (when [[DarkActionGirl beating them to a pulp]] won't work) is just misinterpreted by the other characters.

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** In-universe characters accuse Tess herself of this, but [[InformedAbility it doesn't really work]], as during the course of her three years on the show we only see her with three men- one men--one an ex-boyfriend, one [[KneelBeforeZod a guy]] [[ManipulativeBastard who she's trying to manipulate]], and one example of PairTheSmartOnes that was entirely the fault of magic-spiked champagne that got both of them instantly blackout drunk (neither of them knew it was spiked when they drank it, so it really is not even remotely the fault of either of them). It actually kind of seems like her habit of trying to [[TheVamp flirt her way out of trouble]] (when [[DarkActionGirl beating them to a pulp]] won't work) is just misinterpreted by the other characters.



** Though there's also the original, and possibly the most famous, Captain Kirk. Interestingly Kirk's reputation is actually somewhat exaggerated -- he shows interest in a lot of women over the course of the show, but only actually has sex with a few of them.
** Marlena in the MirrorUniverse episode "Mirror, Mirror" pretty much states outright that she's willing to sleep her way to the top -- when Normal Universe Kirk refuses to sleep with her she threatens to find someone who will.

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** Though there's also the original, and possibly the most famous, Captain Kirk. Interestingly Kirk's reputation is actually somewhat exaggerated -- he exaggerated--he shows interest in a lot of women over the course of the show, but only actually has sex with a few of them.
** Marlena in the MirrorUniverse episode "Mirror, Mirror" pretty much states outright that she's willing to sleep her way to the top -- when top--when Normal Universe Kirk refuses to sleep with her she threatens to find someone who will.
17th Mar '16 10:25:49 AM rafi
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* Chel from ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'' is heavily implied to be this due to GettingCrapPastTheRadar.
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