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26th Nov '16 6:28:33 AM AdelePotter
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* Tacked on as almost an afterthought [[PlayedForLaughs for a quick joke]] in ''{{Theatre/Heathers}}''. After singing one of the best songs in the show about [[IntercourseWithYou having sex with J.D.]], Veronica caps off the next scene with this.
-->'''Veronica:''' Oh, and, uh... by the way... ''(awkwardly pats J.D.'s shoulder, clicks her tongue)'' ...You were my first. ''(walks away, leaving a bewildered-but-flattered J.D.)''

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20th Nov '16 3:58:44 PM lalaTKG
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* The ''Zenryoku Shounentachi no Toriai '' song "First Experience" recounts a tale of this from the woman's point of view, and also addresses how awkward it can be while trying to play it up for all the sexiness it can muster.
30th Oct '16 9:03:45 AM SteveMB
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* Willow and Oz in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. An interesting example, as it's the female who wants to jump Oz's bones, but Oz declines, saying it's just to make Xander jealous, and she's not ready. Then there's a second time when she initiates sexytimes, wanting to make it up to him for an earlier clinch with Xander, but Oz declines again. They do finally make love in a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in the third season finale.

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Willow and Oz in ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. An are an interesting example, as it's she's the female one who wants to jump Oz's his bones, but Oz declines, saying it's just to make Xander jealous, and she's not ready. Then there's a second time when she initiates sexytimes, wanting to make it up to him for an earlier clinch with Xander, but Oz declines again. They do finally make love in a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming in the third season finale.


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** A variation appears in the Season 8 comics after Buffy sleeps with Satsu (not her first time, but her first time with another woman) -- she starts babbling nervously and asking Satsu if she was doing it wrong because of her unfamiliarity with lesbian sex.
25th Oct '16 2:12:00 AM Ulysses21
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* Will and Emma's first time in Series/ScreamTVSeries happens prior to the show, but is used as a plot point - not only did Will only do it because he'd been dared he couldn't get Emma to put out, but it was also filmed for proof he'd succeeded, and later accidentally e-mailed to everyone in the school.
21st Oct '16 2:23:27 AM Dravencour
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* Happens in ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', between [[spoiler: Kenshin and his FirstLove Tomoe.]] As a bonus, it takes place when [[SnowmeansLove it's snowing]].

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* Happens in ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'', between [[spoiler: Kenshin and his FirstLove Tomoe.]] As a bonus, it takes place when [[SnowmeansLove [[SnowMeansLove it's snowing]].



* Guts and Casca of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' have their first time at the end of Volume 9 in Chapters 46 and 47. Neither of them are very experienced in the act, Casca being a virgin, and Guts having a very ugly prior sexual experience. When Guts flashbacks to [[spoiler:his rape at the hands of Donovan]] in the middle of the act, it very nearly results in [[spoiler:Casca getting strangled to death]]. But after Guts comes to his senses and bares his soul to Casca, Casca gives herself to him, and the two more than proceed to make up for how it started.

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* Guts and Casca of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' have their first time at [[spoiler:at the end of Volume 9 in Chapters 46 and 47.47]]. Neither of them are very experienced in the act, Casca being a virgin, and Guts having a very ugly prior sexual experience. When Guts flashbacks to [[spoiler:his rape at the hands of Donovan]] in the middle of the act, it very nearly results in [[spoiler:Casca getting strangled to death]]. But after Guts comes to his senses and bares his soul to Casca, Casca gives herself to him, and the two more than proceed to make up for how it started.
21st Oct '16 2:19:06 AM Dravencour
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* A plot point in ''Manga/CryingFreeman''. Both Yoh Hinomura ''and'' Emu Hino are virgins, and since she witnessed one of his murders, she's his soon-to-be victim. When Yoh goes to her BigFancyHouse, Emu tells him that he ''can'' kill her and she won't refuse... but as her last wish, she asks him [[MustNotDieAVirgin to do it with her]]. Yoh tells Emu that he's a virgin too and accepts to be her first and last - and not only they "deflower" each other, but [[InLoveWithTheMark he falls for her and takes her in.]]

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* A plot point in ''Manga/CryingFreeman''. Both Yoh Hinomura ''and'' Emu Hino are virgins, and since she witnessed one of his murders, she's his soon-to-be victim. When Yoh goes to her BigFancyHouse, Emu tells him that he ''can'' kill her and she won't refuse... but as her last wish, she asks him [[MustNotDieAVirgin to do it with her]]. Yoh tells Emu that he's a virgin too and accepts to be her first and last - and not only do they "deflower" each other, but [[InLoveWithTheMark he falls for her and takes her in.]]



* Guts and Casca of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' have their first time at the end of Volume 9 in Chapters 46 and 47. Neither of them are very experienced in the act, Casca being a virgin, and Guts having a very ugly prior sexual experience. When Guts flashbacks to [[spoiler:his rape at the hands of Donovan]] in the middle of the act, it very nearly results in [[spoiler:Casca getting strangled to death]]. But after Guts comes to his senses and bares his soul to Casca, Casca gives herself to him, and the two more than proceed to make up for how it started.



* The ''ComicBook/SinCity'' series begins with the main character losing his virginity to a beautiful young woman. And then the girl appears dead, and said main character is framed for her murder. Since this is a CrapsackWorld, he decides to not even bother clearing his name and goes straight to searching for the real killer/killers for {{revenge}}, alongside the woman's twin sister...

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* The ''ComicBook/SinCity'' series begins with the main character losing his virginity to a beautiful young woman. And then the girl appears dead, gets killed right in their bed, and said main character is framed for her murder. Since this is a CrapsackWorld, he decides to not even bother clearing his name and goes straight to searching for the real killer/killers for {{revenge}}, alongside the woman's twin sister...



* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': After years of dating on and off, [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] and [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Tim Drake]] finally decide to have sex after defeating Flashpoint Gorilla Grod in ''{{Comicbook/Convergence}}'' (It's Tim's first time with anyone, though not Steph's). [[spoiler:Humerously subverted when they find they are both too bruised and sore from their injuries to go through with it, so they end up in a SleepCute instead.]]

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* ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'': After years of dating on and off, [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] and [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Tim Drake]] finally decide to have sex after defeating Flashpoint Gorilla Grod Grodd in ''{{Comicbook/Convergence}}'' (It's Tim's first time with anyone, though not Steph's). [[spoiler:Humerously [[spoiler:Humorously subverted when they find they are both too bruised and sore from their injuries to go through with it, so they end up in a SleepCute instead.]]
9th Oct '16 11:15:49 PM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/GhostsOfEvangelion'': Shinji and Asuka have sex for first time during a vacation trip, six years after their first meeting. They hadn't been emotionally or psychologically ready until then.
21st Sep '16 1:49:32 PM intastiel
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* In the ''Literature/GentlemanBastard'' series, teenage Locke and Sabetha finally act on their feelings for each other after years of BelligerentSexualTension and semi-friendly rivalry, then have a bemused "Was that all?" moment. Their second and subsequent times, however, are much more rewarding.
7th Sep '16 8:38:24 PM PaulA
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* The book ''All-American Girl: Ready Or Not'' by Creator/MegCabot (the same author as ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'') focuses on this. The protagonist Sam Madison is the girlfriend of the First Son and a spokeswoman on teen issues (a role thrust upon her in 'reward' for her saving the President's life in the first book). She worries when her boyfriend implies he wants to have sex and eventually concludes she's ready for it. It turns out he didn't mean to imply that ''at all'' but they end up having sex near the end of the book. Mix with this Sam very vocally objecting to the President's plan to limit access to birth control teens on live television (which accidental implication that she and his son have done 'it' already before the fact) making Sam a big 'ol ball of angst up until they do.

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* The book ''All-American Girl: Ready Or Not'' ''Literature/ReadyOrNot'' by Creator/MegCabot (the same author as ''Literature/ThePrincessDiaries'') focuses on this. The protagonist Sam Madison is the girlfriend of the First Son and a spokeswoman on teen issues (a role thrust upon her in 'reward' for her saving the President's life in the first book). She worries when her boyfriend implies he wants to have sex and eventually concludes she's ready for it. It turns out he didn't mean to imply that ''at all'' but they end up having sex near the end of the book. Mix with this Sam very vocally objecting to the President's plan to limit access to birth control teens on live television (which accidental implication that she and his son have done 'it' already before the fact) making Sam a big 'ol ball of angst up until they do.
24th Aug '16 4:26:24 AM Spindriver
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* ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' ruthlessly {{avert|edTrope}}s the conventional TV view, twice. (It may be relevant that the couples involved aren't naive teens.) The first time between Jung and Ramona takes place off-screen, but it's very clear that Jung's scrupulous preparation and thoughtfulness makes the sex about as good as it could get for Ramona. And when Ruby thinks that Andy is proposing sex, she is initially nervous, but talking to friends and thinking about the best way to handle things calms her nerves, and is implied to be a sensible approach, whatever subsequently happens.

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* ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' ruthlessly {{avert|edTrope}}s the conventional TV view, twice. (It may be relevant that the couples involved aren't naive teens.) )
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The first time between Jung and Ramona takes place off-screen, but it's very clear that Jung's scrupulous preparation and thoughtfulness makes make the sex about as good as it could get for Ramona. Ramona (and probably for him too).
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And when Ruby thinks that Andy is proposing sex, she is initially nervous, but talking to friends and thinking about the best way to handle things calms her nerves, and is implied to be clearly a sensible valid approach, whatever subsequently happens.happens; Ruby has only recently made all these friends, and now they help her.
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