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13th Sep '17 7:46:09 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''Literature/TheElenium'' has Elysoun, who plays this trope straight and [[PlayedForLaughs for laughs]] too. Due to belonging to a free-love culture, she has NoNudityTaboo and tends to wanders around practically naked, which causes some amusing moments like in a banquet where all other guests can't take their eyes off her. She also [[GoodBadGirl hits on some knights a lot]], but her husband has [[MyGirlIsASlut no issue with her offering herself to other men on the bed]].
9th Sep '17 10:13:55 PM IncredibleFulk1
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* Literature/MercyThompson, the titular protagonist herself. Granted, the covers may exaggerate her appearance a bit and she (and only herself) denies that she's beautiful; it's clear she fits this. She is frequently naked and is often seen stripping off her clothes numerous times. It helps that she's fine being naked, as long as the people around her don't get the wrong idea. Mercy was even considered the pack's eye candy by a television crew trying to film her in Silver Bourne.
20th Jul '17 7:58:05 AM fredhot16
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* Bêlit from ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' is described as formed like a goddess, both lithe and voluptuous at once, and she performs a MatingDance in front of Conan, [[CoitusEnsues which leads to them having sex right there in front of her crew no less]].

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* Bêlit [[PirateGirl Bêlit]] from ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' is described as formed like a goddess, both lithe and voluptuous at once, and she performs a MatingDance in front of Conan, [[CoitusEnsues which leads to them having sex right there in front of her crew no less]].
20th Jul '17 7:57:38 AM fredhot16
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7th Jun '17 10:29:34 AM fredhot16
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* Any female character Heinlein ever wrote is the embodiment of this trope. In ''I Will Fear No Evil'' he even creates a future fashion trend that involves high heels, translucent skirts, body paint, and nothing else.
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'', an surprising amount from female and feminist writer.
** Fleur Delacour is always described as a unnaturally beautiful and appealing to male gender. This due to be descended from Veela who are [[EnthrallingSiren siren]] like creatures who lure man and women alike.

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* Any female character Heinlein ever wrote is the embodiment of this trope. In ''I Will Fear No Evil'' Evil'', he even creates a future fashion trend that involves high heels, translucent skirts, body paint, and nothing else.
* ''Literature/HarryPotter'', There is an surprising amount from a female and feminist writer.
** Fleur Delacour is always described as a unnaturally beautiful and appealing to male gender. This is due to be descended from Veela a Veela, who are [[EnthrallingSiren siren]] like creatures who lure man and women alike.



** Ginny Wealsey grows out of her shyness while still keeping her [[SmittenTeenageGirl crush]] on Harry and becomes very brazen with her femininity causing Ron to get hypocritically angry with her going though multiple boyfriends, though to be fair to Ron this out of a brotherly instinct to protect her. In Deathly Hallows Ginny doesn't miss a opportunity to act suggestively with Harry however.

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** Ginny Wealsey grows out of her shyness while still keeping her [[SmittenTeenageGirl crush]] on Harry and becomes very brazen with her femininity femininity, causing Ron to get hypocritically angry with her going though multiple boyfriends, though to be fair to Ron this is out of a brotherly instinct to protect her. In Deathly Hallows Hallows, Ginny doesn't miss a opportunity to act suggestively with Harry Harry, however.



Ginny glanced around grinning winked at Harry and then quickly faced the front again.

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Ginny ''Ginny glanced around grinning winked at Harry and then quickly faced the front again. again.''
7th Jun '17 9:40:01 AM EarsplittingLepidopteran
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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'', an surprising amount from female and feminist writer.
** Fleur Delacour is always described as a unnaturally beautiful and appealing to male gender. This due to be descended from Veela who are [[EnthrallingSiren siren]] like creatures who lure man and women alike.
** Hermione Granger from the fourth book on wards becomes more attractive, when she goes all Cinderella for the Yue Ball, Harry even states she carries herself differently. Though he muses thus due 50 or so books [[CuteBookworm she usually]] carries under her arm (weighing her down).
** Ginny Wealsey grows out of her shyness while still keeping her [[SmittenTeenageGirl crush]] on Harry and becomes very brazen with her femininity causing Ron to get hypocritically angry with her going though multiple boyfriends, though to be fair to Ron this out of a brotherly instinct to protect her. In Deathly Hallows Ginny doesn't miss a opportunity to act suggestively with Harry however.
--> '''Aunty Muriel''': But I must say Ginevra's dress is far too low cut.\\
Ginny glanced around grinning winked at Harry and then quickly faced the front again.
30th May '17 9:49:01 PM nombretomado
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* Several Aielwomen have filled this role on occasion in the ''{{Wheel of Time}}'', from [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Aviendha]] messing with Rand by undressing in front of him at every opportunity to [[TheVamp Sevanna]] habitually wearing her blouse undone enough that it would qualify her for AbsoluteCleavage if she wore fewer necklaces.

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* Several Aielwomen have filled this role on occasion in the ''{{Wheel of Time}}'', ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', from [[InnocentFanserviceGirl Aviendha]] messing with Rand by undressing in front of him at every opportunity to [[TheVamp Sevanna]] habitually wearing her blouse undone enough that it would qualify her for AbsoluteCleavage if she wore fewer necklaces.
24th May '17 7:28:20 AM TheNerfGuy
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon is civilized version of the JunglePrincess: she swims naked in the woods and has the RavenHairIvorySkin look.
20th May '17 1:09:57 PM fredhot16
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon is civilised version of JunglePrincess: she swims naked in the woods and has RavenHairIvorySkin look.

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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon is civilised civilized version of the JunglePrincess: she swims naked in the woods and has the RavenHairIvorySkin look.



* Literature/TimeScout: Margo loves tight clothes, has large breasts, and there are a couple of scattered moments that accentuate her sexiness with either comments or inner monologue.

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* Literature/TimeScout: Margo loves tight clothes, has large breasts, and there are a couple of scattered moments that accentuate her sexiness with either comments or inner monologue.monologue from other people..
19th May '17 9:50:12 AM Neromenian
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* ''Literature/ADeadlyPresence'': Jean Mannon is civilised version of JunglePrincess: she swims naked in the woods and has RavenHairIvorySkin look.
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