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12th Dec '17 12:16:53 PM SeptimusHeap
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* In the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' comics, Mr. Sinister desired a child that combined Scott Summers and Jean Grey's genes, so when Jean Grey [[OnlyMostlyDead "died"]], he [[SendInTheClones created a clone of her (Madelyne Pryor)]] and sent her after Scott. (Their son got hit by the TimeyWimeyBall and ended up as Time Traveling badass Cable.) Of course, it turned out Sinister was right and every one of Jean and Scott's genetic offspring (Cable, Rachel "Phoenix II" Summers, Nate "X-Man" Gray, Cable's [[EvilTwin evil clone]] Stryfe) turned out to be a PersonOfMassDestruction. And yes, [[TangledFamilyTree Scott and Jean really have had four children without Jean ever actually giving birth]].

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* In the ''Comicbook/{{X-Men}}'' ''Comicbook/XMen'' comics, Mr. Sinister desired a child that combined Scott Summers and Jean Grey's genes, so when Jean Grey [[OnlyMostlyDead "died"]], he [[SendInTheClones created a clone of her (Madelyne Pryor)]] and sent her after Scott. (Their son got hit by the TimeyWimeyBall and ended up as Time Traveling badass Cable.) Of course, it turned out Sinister was right and every one of Jean and Scott's genetic offspring (Cable, Rachel "Phoenix II" Summers, Nate "X-Man" Gray, Cable's [[EvilTwin evil clone]] Stryfe) turned out to be a PersonOfMassDestruction. And yes, [[TangledFamilyTree Scott and Jean really have had four children without Jean ever actually giving birth]].
25th Nov '17 2:26:32 PM Eolewyn1010
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* In the ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' series, Iskierka (the draconic equivalent to a BrattyTeenageDaughter) became obsessed with mating with Temeraire, convinced that any offspring of theirs would inherit both her [[IncendiaryExponent fire-breathing]] and his ''[[MakeMeWannaShout Divine Wind]]'' abilities. Never mind that everyone - including her own captain - tells her that Breeding Does Not Work That Way. And even if it did, Chinese Celestials (like Temeraire) don't breed true. [[spoiler: She's eventually proven right as she does indeed has an egg conceived in mating with Temeraire, and the dragon from it has both abilities - but it also has an even worse character than Iskierka ever had, making even Iskierka herself angry with her offspring at times.]]

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* In the ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' series, Iskierka (the draconic equivalent to a BrattyTeenageDaughter) became obsessed with mating with Temeraire, convinced that any offspring of theirs would inherit both her [[IncendiaryExponent fire-breathing]] and his ''[[MakeMeWannaShout Divine Wind]]'' abilities. Never mind that everyone - including her own captain - tells her that Breeding Does Not Work That Way. And even if it did, Chinese Celestials (like Temeraire) don't breed true. [[spoiler: She's eventually proven right as she does indeed has have an egg conceived in mating with Temeraire, and the dragon from it has both abilities - but it also has an even worse character than Iskierka ever had, making even Iskierka herself angry with her offspring at times.]]
25th Nov '17 2:24:43 PM Eolewyn1010
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* In the ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' series, Iskierka (the draconic equivalent to a BrattyTeenageDaughter) became obsessed with mating with Temeraire, convinced that any offspring of theirs would inherit both her [[IncendiaryExponent fire-breathing]] and his ''[[MakeMeWannaShout Divine Wind]]'' abilities. Never mind that everyone - including her own captain - tells her that Breeding Does Not Work That Way. And even if it did, Chinese Celestials (like Temeraire) don't breed true.

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* In the ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' series, Iskierka (the draconic equivalent to a BrattyTeenageDaughter) became obsessed with mating with Temeraire, convinced that any offspring of theirs would inherit both her [[IncendiaryExponent fire-breathing]] and his ''[[MakeMeWannaShout Divine Wind]]'' abilities. Never mind that everyone - including her own captain - tells her that Breeding Does Not Work That Way. And even if it did, Chinese Celestials (like Temeraire) don't breed true. [[spoiler: She's eventually proven right as she does indeed has an egg conceived in mating with Temeraire, and the dragon from it has both abilities - but it also has an even worse character than Iskierka ever had, making even Iskierka herself angry with her offspring at times.]]
6th Nov '17 7:33:48 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* According to the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'', this was how demons reproduced in the human realm, not being capable of conceiving children themselves. A [[HornyDevils succubus]] would seduce a man and collect his sperm. She would then pass it on to an incubus, her male equivalent, who would then mate with a human female. The resulting child would be a cambion, a half-demon. This admittedly ignores the fact that it is still human sperm being used in the insemination (Heinrich Kramer was writing without modern knowledge of genetics and the biology of sexual reproduction). And this particular occult belief isn't just limited to the past either. Website/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/article_21788_5-seemingly-sane-celebrities-with-bizarre-paranormal-beliefs.html mentions]] that at the peak of Music/DavidBowie's cocaine-fueled obsession with the occult during TheSeventies, the man became genuinely worried that other occultists would try to create TheAntichrist from his sperm.

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* According to the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'', this was how demons reproduced in the human realm, not being capable of conceiving children themselves. A [[HornyDevils succubus]] would seduce a man and collect his sperm. She would then pass it on to an incubus, her male equivalent, who would then mate with a human female. The resulting child would be a cambion, a half-demon. This admittedly ignores the fact that it is still human sperm being used in the insemination (Heinrich Kramer was writing without modern knowledge of genetics and the biology of sexual reproduction). And this particular occult belief isn't just limited to the past either. Website/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/article_21788_5-seemingly-sane-celebrities-with-bizarre-paranormal-beliefs.html mentions]] that at the peak Incidentally]], this was one of Music/DavidBowie's cocaine-fueled obsession with the occult subjects that Music/DavidBowie became interested in during TheSeventies, the man became genuinely worried that other occultists would try to create TheAntichrist from his sperm.cocaine addiction in TheSeventies.
29th Oct '17 9:27:16 AM kazokuhouou
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Stephanie thwarts Reverend Putty's flirtations by revealing that he's her father by way of this trope. Putty is rather pissed that his ''trash can'' got more action than him, and also he ([[VirginShaming who's still a virgin]]) would have impregnated her mother the old fashioned way if she had just ''asked''. They salvage the emerging relationship and bond as father and daughter.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Stephanie thwarts Reverend Putty's flirtations by revealing that he's her father by way of this trope. Putty is rather pissed that his ''trash can'' got more action than him, and also he ([[VirginShaming who's still a virgin]]) who would love nothing more than to lose his virginity]]) would have impregnated her mother the old fashioned way if she had just ''asked''. They salvage the emerging relationship and bond as father and daughter.
29th Oct '17 7:43:19 AM kazokuhouou
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Stephanie thwarts Reverend Putty's flirtations by revealing that he's her father by way of this trope. Putty is rather pissed that his ''trash can'' got more action than him, and also he would have impregnated her mother the old fashioned way if she had just ''asked''. They salvage the emerging relationship and bond as father and daughter.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Stephanie thwarts Reverend Putty's flirtations by revealing that he's her father by way of this trope. Putty is rather pissed that his ''trash can'' got more action than him, and also he ([[VirginShaming who's still a virgin]]) would have impregnated her mother the old fashioned way if she had just ''asked''. They salvage the emerging relationship and bond as father and daughter.
12th Oct '17 8:05:20 PM MurrayTheBlue
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* This happens on ''Series/BostonLegal'' with recurring character Missy. She gives a man she was briefly dating fellatio then steals the condom and takes it to a doctor to get inseminated without his knowledge. She does not seem to understand that his lack of consent in this regard is serious. He is pissed enough to try and sue her into having an abortion, as he neither wanted children, consented to unprotected sex, and did not want to be an absent father. He ends up losing the case, but agrees to be a present father (he hated his father for abandoning him and didn't want to do the same). However, he categorically refuses to enter any sort of relationship with Missy.
23rd Sep '17 5:20:57 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* According to the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'', this was how demons reproduced in the human realm, not being capable of conceiving children themselves. A [[HornyDevils succubus]] would seduce a man and collect his sperm. She would then pass it on to an incubus, her male equivalent, who would then mate with a human female. The resulting child would be a cambion, a half-demon. This admittedly ignores the fact that it is still human sperm being used in the insemination (Heinrich Kramer was writing without modern knowledge of genetics and the biology of sexual reproduction).
* Some myths say UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat was courted by the Queen of the Amazons for just such a purpose - considering him the [[AllAmazonsWantHercules only man worthy]] of fathering her child.

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* According to the ''Literature/MalleusMaleficarum'', this was how demons reproduced in the human realm, not being capable of conceiving children themselves. A [[HornyDevils succubus]] would seduce a man and collect his sperm. She would then pass it on to an incubus, her male equivalent, who would then mate with a human female. The resulting child would be a cambion, a half-demon. This admittedly ignores the fact that it is still human sperm being used in the insemination (Heinrich Kramer was writing without modern knowledge of genetics and the biology of sexual reproduction).
reproduction). And this particular occult belief isn't just limited to the past either. Website/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/article_21788_5-seemingly-sane-celebrities-with-bizarre-paranormal-beliefs.html mentions]] that at the peak of Music/DavidBowie's cocaine-fueled obsession with the occult during TheSeventies, the man became genuinely worried that other occultists would try to create TheAntichrist from his sperm.
* Some myths say the Queen of the Amazons courted UsefulNotes/AlexanderTheGreat was courted by the Queen of the Amazons for just such a purpose - this purpose, considering him the [[AllAmazonsWantHercules only man worthy]] of fathering her child.
22nd Sep '17 11:24:09 PM DuelMark
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* ''Comicbook/{{Invincible}}'' #110: Anissa, one of the female Viltrumites approaches, Mark about conceiving a child with her, since she needed to fulfill her duty by bearing a child, but refused to sleep with an Earthling to do so. Mark, as a half-Viltrumite, was good enough for her purposes. [[spoiler: When Mark refuses, she beats him into helplessness and rapes him. She seems to have a son thanks to that experience.]]

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* ''Comicbook/{{Invincible}}'' #110: Anissa, one of the female Viltrumites approaches, Viltrumites, approaches Mark about conceiving a child with her, since she needed to fulfill her duty by bearing a child, but refused to sleep with an Earthling to do so. Mark, as a half-Viltrumite, was good enough for her purposes. [[spoiler: When Mark refuses, she beats him into helplessness and rapes him. She seems to have a son thanks to that experience.]]
22nd Sep '17 11:39:23 AM kazokuhouou
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* Yet it's ''inverted'' by the predecessor to the two above, ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021'': while Debbie ''does'' want a baby, it's the potential fathers who compete to be the one to impregnate her. She ends up deciding she doesn't need a baby because they're all {{Man Child}}ren anyway.
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