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23rd Apr '16 10:00:04 PM bwburke94
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** Please tell me she then [[IncrediblyLamePun threw the obvious insult]] at him.
11th Apr '16 1:24:38 PM DaibhidC
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** The changeling leader, whose default solid form is female, gets hooked on solid sex and neglects her evil plots to spend sack time with Odo. He finally rebels, because this is unnatural and perverted for changelings.
4th Mar '16 2:59:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* The movie ''Film/{{Legend}}'' has the fairy turning into the heroine to tempt the hero, but he refuses. It almost causes a problem (because the fairy is insulted and almost doesn't help them), and the hero's allies reprimand him for not playing along and kissing her.

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* The movie ''Film/{{Legend}}'' ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'' has the fairy turning into the heroine to tempt the hero, but he refuses. It almost causes a problem (because the fairy is insulted and almost doesn't help them), and the hero's allies reprimand him for not playing along and kissing her.
31st Dec '15 12:17:11 PM Runesmith
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** The changeling leader, whose default solid form is female, gets hooked on solid sex and neglects her evil plots to spend sack time with Odo. He finally rebels at being seduced into such unnatural perversions.

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** The changeling leader, whose default solid form is female, gets hooked on solid sex and neglects her evil plots to spend sack time with Odo. He finally rebels at being seduced into such rebels, because this is unnatural perversions.and perverted for changelings.
31st Dec '15 12:15:12 PM Runesmith
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** The changeling leader, whose default solid form is female, gets hooked on solid sex and neglects her evil plots to spend sack time with Odo. He finally rebels at being seduced into such unnatural perversions.
25th Dec '15 7:41:11 PM nombretomado
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* Hard to say if it goes here, or in TransformationTrauma, in one SilverAge story, {{Krypto the Superdog}} accidentally flew through a cloud of [[GreenRocks Red Kryptonite Dust clouds]], and was surprised when he was turned into a pretty Collie. Doesn't sound so bad, or squicky so far, right? Well, he got turned into a ''pregnant'' Collie and had given birth to a bunch of superpuppies.

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* Hard to say if it goes here, or in TransformationTrauma, in one SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] story, {{Krypto the Superdog}} accidentally flew through a cloud of [[GreenRocks Red Kryptonite Dust clouds]], and was surprised when he was turned into a pretty Collie. Doesn't sound so bad, or squicky so far, right? Well, he got turned into a ''pregnant'' Collie and had given birth to a bunch of superpuppies.
28th Nov '15 4:23:24 PM nombretomado
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* During Marvel's SecretInvasion plotline, shapeshifting aliens called Skrulls kidnapped and replaced dozens of denizens of Earth - including several superheroes - in preparation for a full-scale invasion. The Skrulls lived as the people they'd replaced for, in some cases, years, meaning that, among others, Hawkeye, Reed Richards, and Medusa slept with Skrulls they thought were their repsective spouses many times. If you piece together the events of three different books, you realize that (1) Hank Pym was seduced by a college girl who slept with him, revealed herself to be a Skrull, captured him, and took his identity, (2) that Skrull, as Hank Pym, then started sleeping with the heroine Tigra, ''but'' (3) the process that allowed the Skrulls to pass undetected also caused them to take on the personality of the person they replaced, meaning that the Skrull(s) replacing the brilliant but unstable Hank Pym was actually a ''series'' of Skrulls who kept becoming too unstable and needing to be replaced by other Skrulls - ''all of whom had to maintain the sexual relationship with Tigra'' AND (4) one of whom got her pregnant.

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* During Marvel's SecretInvasion ComicBook/SecretInvasion plotline, shapeshifting aliens called Skrulls kidnapped and replaced dozens of denizens of Earth - including several superheroes - in preparation for a full-scale invasion. The Skrulls lived as the people they'd replaced for, in some cases, years, meaning that, among others, Hawkeye, Reed Richards, and Medusa slept with Skrulls they thought were their repsective spouses many times. If you piece together the events of three different books, you realize that (1) Hank Pym was seduced by a college girl who slept with him, revealed herself to be a Skrull, captured him, and took his identity, (2) that Skrull, as Hank Pym, then started sleeping with the heroine Tigra, ''but'' (3) the process that allowed the Skrulls to pass undetected also caused them to take on the personality of the person they replaced, meaning that the Skrull(s) replacing the brilliant but unstable Hank Pym was actually a ''series'' of Skrulls who kept becoming too unstable and needing to be replaced by other Skrulls - ''all of whom had to maintain the sexual relationship with Tigra'' AND (4) one of whom got her pregnant.
11th Nov '15 12:38:04 PM GhostLad
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* In the last episode of the first series of ''Series/{{Jekyll}}'', Hyde teases Jackman's (his Jekyll-side's) wife about how he might want to come out when the two were having sex. She responds, 'I might let you'.

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* In the last episode of the first series of ''Series/{{Jekyll}}'', Hyde teases Jackman's (his Jekyll-side's) wife about how he might want to come out when the two were having sex. She responds, 'I might let you'.
11th Nov '15 12:09:17 PM GhostLad
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* During Marvel's SecretInvasion plotline, shapeshifting aliens called Skrulls kidnapped and replaced dozens of denizens of Earth - including several superheroes - in preparation for a full-scale invasion. The Skrulls lived as the people they'd replaced for, in some cases, years, meaning that, among others, Hawkeye, Reed Richards, and Medusa slept with Skrulls they thought were their repsective spouses many times. If you piece together the events of three different books, you realize that (1) Hank Pym was seduced by a college girl who slept with him, revealed herself to be a Skrull, captured him, and took his identity, (2) that Skrull, as Hank Pym, then started sleeping with the heroine Tigra, ''but'' (3) the process that allowed the Skrulls to pass undetected also caused them to take on the personality of the person they replaced, meaning that the Skrull(s) replacing the brilliant but unstable Hank Pym was actually a ''series'' of Skrulls who kept realizing what was going on and needing to be replaced by other Skrulls - ''all of whom had to maintain the sexual relationship with Tigra'' AND (4) one of whom got her pregnant.

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* During Marvel's SecretInvasion plotline, shapeshifting aliens called Skrulls kidnapped and replaced dozens of denizens of Earth - including several superheroes - in preparation for a full-scale invasion. The Skrulls lived as the people they'd replaced for, in some cases, years, meaning that, among others, Hawkeye, Reed Richards, and Medusa slept with Skrulls they thought were their repsective spouses many times. If you piece together the events of three different books, you realize that (1) Hank Pym was seduced by a college girl who slept with him, revealed herself to be a Skrull, captured him, and took his identity, (2) that Skrull, as Hank Pym, then started sleeping with the heroine Tigra, ''but'' (3) the process that allowed the Skrulls to pass undetected also caused them to take on the personality of the person they replaced, meaning that the Skrull(s) replacing the brilliant but unstable Hank Pym was actually a ''series'' of Skrulls who kept realizing what was going on becoming too unstable and needing to be replaced by other Skrulls - ''all of whom had to maintain the sexual relationship with Tigra'' AND (4) one of whom got her pregnant.


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** Master of this was the Lunar Ma-Ha-Suchi, who made it his life's mission to seduce every other Celestial Exalted in existence. All 699 of them. He nearly made it, too, until the Usurpation happened.


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** The best case scenario is that he was wondering about her bear form. Considering her other two shapes are a giant spider and a swarm of flying insects...
10th Nov '15 6:57:05 PM GhostLad
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* Another classic Marvel case is Lyja, a Skrull spy who got married to Johnny Storm, the Fantastic Four's Human Torch, in the shape of the Thing's former girlfriend Alicia Masters. The marriage was anulled after the truth came out, but since Lyja actually fell in love with Johnny, she later dated him again in a different human shape as "Laura Green". When she finally wanted to admit the deception he told her already because only one person kissed him like that. Awww. Unfortunately Onslaught intervened, and the two weren't reunited. But in the [[ComicBook/SpiderGirl MC-2 timeline]] Johnny and Lyja are happily married and have a son called Torus.

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* Another classic Marvel case is Lyja, a Skrull spy who got married to Johnny Storm, the Fantastic Four's Human Torch, in the shape of the Thing's former girlfriend Alicia Masters. The marriage was anulled after the truth came out, but since Lyja actually fell in love with Johnny, she later dated him again in a different human shape as "Laura Green". When she finally wanted to admit the deception he told her already because only one person kissed him like that. Awww. Unfortunately Onslaught ComicBook/Onslaught intervened, and the two weren't reunited. But in the [[ComicBook/SpiderGirl MC-2 timeline]] Johnny and Lyja are happily married and have a son called Torus.



* An interesting non-comedy example appears in ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', with Karolina and her GenderBender fiancé(e) Xavin. Xavin initially presents herself as male, then promptly transforms into a female when Karolina reveals that she's a lesbian. Thereafter, there's an ongoing thread in the comic about Xavin's transformations; it's never exactly clear what Xavin's "real" sex is, if he/she even has one, and the other Runaways are not entirely comfortable with this. A complication arises when Xavin, knowing that Karolina has feelings for their team-mate Nico, transforms into Nico's shape to please Karolina. It... doesn't really work.
** Okay, that is just letting Xavin off the hook. S/he knows perfectly well that Karolina has a pile of unrequited feelings for Nico, chooses to morph into Nico and come on to Karoline ''without mentioning that she is Xavin.'' It is the meanest kind of fidility-test you can think off.

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* An interesting non-comedy example appears in ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'', with Karolina and her GenderBender fiancé(e) Xavin. Xavin initially presents herself as male, then promptly transforms into a female when Karolina reveals that she's a lesbian. Thereafter, there's an ongoing thread in the comic about Xavin's transformations; it's never exactly clear what Xavin's "real" sex is, if he/she even has one, and the other Runaways are not entirely comfortable with this. A complication arises when Xavin, knowing that Karolina has feelings for their team-mate teammate Nico, transforms into tries to cheer her up by making a move on Karolina while in Nico's shape to please Karolina. It... doesn't shape. Oh, and without identifying that s/he's not really work.
** Okay, that is just letting
Nico. Apparently that's considered completely normal for Skrulls, because Xavin off the hook. S/he knows perfectly well that Karolina has a pile of unrequited feelings for Nico, chooses to morph into Nico and come on to Karoline ''without mentioning that she is Xavin.'' It is the meanest kind of fidility-test you can think off.no idea why this upsets Karolina.
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