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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.
24th Aug '16 4:16:53 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.
1st Aug '16 6:13:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* One of the main subplots of ''AmericanPie'', under the pact of Jim, Kevin, Finch and Oz to lose their virginities during their senior year of high school, is that of already-established OfficialCouple Kevin and Victoria going through their first time at the prom. It got awkward. Then they broke up after they did it.
** Happens again in ''American Reunion'' with the girl Jim used to babysit.

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* One of the main subplots of ''AmericanPie'', ''Film/AmericanPie'', under the pact of Jim, Kevin, Finch and Oz to lose their virginities during their senior year of high school, is that of already-established OfficialCouple Kevin and Victoria going through their first time at the prom. It got awkward. Then they broke up after they did it.
** * Happens again in ''American Reunion'' ''Film/AmericanReunion'' with the girl Jim used to babysit.
10th Jul '16 6:44:28 AM lenne18
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* This is the basic premise of ''VisualNovel/KindredSpiritsOnTheRoof'': Sachi and Megumi are ghosts and are very much in love with each other. They wish to take it to the next step before passing on to the afterlife but they don't know ''how''. And so, they rope Yuna, the only person who can interact with them, into a plan: Find possible girl-girl couples in the school, help them get together and hope that the ghosts will learn from their experiences.
30th May '16 5:05:47 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* TamoraPierce has written several in her ''Literature/TortallUniverse''. [[Literature/ProtectorOfTheSmall Kel]] had some time to consider it and at least two aborted attempts with Cleon. Daine's was after the series finished. [[Literature/SongOfTheLioness Alanna]] and [[Literature/DaughterOfTheLioness Aly]] both had rather unplanned ones during the series; they hadn't spent much thought considering sex beforehand.

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* TamoraPierce Creator/TamoraPierce has written several in her ''Literature/TortallUniverse''. [[Literature/ProtectorOfTheSmall Kel]] had some time to consider it and at least two aborted attempts with Cleon. Daine's was after the series finished. [[Literature/SongOfTheLioness Alanna]] and [[Literature/DaughterOfTheLioness Aly]] both had rather unplanned ones during the series; they hadn't spent much thought considering sex beforehand.
18th May '16 3:12:43 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Averted in ''NewsRadio'' when Jimmy is telling Dave about a chance reunion with an old flame. Jimmy thinks Dave is referring to this trope. Dave clarifies and wishes he hadn't.

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* Averted in ''NewsRadio'' ''Series/NewsRadio'' when Jimmy is telling Dave about a chance reunion with an old flame. Jimmy thinks Dave is referring to this trope. Dave clarifies and wishes he hadn't.
13th May '16 10:08:46 PM Adept
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* The book ''All-American Girl: Ready Or Not'' by 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'' by MegCabot 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.
7th May '16 2:02:23 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Felicity}}'''s title character played out this trope with David, her boyfriend at the time, complete with spontaneous reversal.

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* ''{{Felicity}}'''s ''Series/{{Felicity}}'''s title character played out this trope with David, her boyfriend at the time, complete with spontaneous reversal.



* ''GilmoreGirls'' has had a few examples: Rory and Dean's first time had no discussion at all (any talk would have probably stopped it, him being married and all) so of course they just did it. And after putting it off until marriage (a value Lane didn't even know she had), Lane and Zack's first time was well-planned, long coming and supposedly really romantic. So of course on par with the trope it was horrible -- illness, wetness, dirt and discomfort were all present and [[LawOfInverseFertility she got pregnant with twins]].

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* ''GilmoreGirls'' ''Series/GilmoreGirls'' has had a few examples: Rory and Dean's first time had no discussion at all (any talk would have probably stopped it, him being married and all) so of course they just did it. And after putting it off until marriage (a value Lane didn't even know she had), Lane and Zack's first time was well-planned, long coming and supposedly really romantic. So of course on par with the trope it was horrible -- illness, wetness, dirt and discomfort were all present and [[LawOfInverseFertility she got pregnant with twins]].
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