One character has recently lost their virginity (or a pair of characters has recently lost their virginity together). This fact is immediately obvious to yet another character (usually, but certainly not always, an older woman), despite there being no outward sign or obvious reason. The other character merely looks upon the new non-virgin, as if using Virgin Vision
as a superpower.
- In Shakespeare in Love, Queen Elizabeth can tell that Viola has been "plucked since [she] saw her last." The Queen adds that "it takes a woman to know it," though she doesn't reveal how, exactly.