%% DO NOT ADD EXAMPLES OF WHAT YOU PERSONALLY FIND SEXY. As noted below, this is Administrivia/InUniverseExamplesOnly.
->''"Even her voice is pure audio sex!"''
-->-- '''Julia Evans''' (on her ReallyGetsAround friend), ''[[Creator/PeterFHamilton Mindstar Rising]]''

Voices that are considered sexy InUniverse. For women, husky ones are popular; breathy, low Creator/MarilynMonroe-esque voices are iconic. For men, deep baritones with sonorous intonations often are used. Bassos are rarer but can also fit the bill. A popular variation is the "Siren Switch," where the speaker isn't ''nearly'' as sexy as their voice.

When it's not a particular person's voice, but an entire ''language'' someone finds erotic, that's EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench ([[ArtifactTitle usually not French]]).


* The Quizno commercials featuring a man named Scott and the infamous Quizno toaster oven, who speaks in a rather husky voice, and once asked Scott to sound "sexier".
-->'''Toaster Oven''': [[DoubleEntendre Put it in me Scott.]]
* For a time, Marks and Spencer adverts in the UK featured a deliberately husky and erotic female voice describing almost comically lavish foodstuffs, followed by the tagline "This is not just food... this is M&S food".
-->'''Advert''': This is not just food...
-->'''Creator/CharlieBrooker''': ''(frantically undoing belt)'' Damn right it's not, it's food that's about to be '''fucked silly'''...
* Isaiah Mustafa, known to the world as [[Advertising/TheManYourManCouldSmellLike the Old Spice Guy]].
-->[[BuffySpeak "The science people explain it as tiny vibrating sound hands massaging your ears."]]

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* ''Manga/AiKora'': [[{{Ninja}} Kirino]] has [[ChivalrousPervert Maeda's]] [[{{Fetish}} ideal voice]] and secretly loves to sing karaoke, so naturally he persuades her to sing at every opportunity. Once she realises this is (one of) his fetish(es)... *BOOM*
* [[{{Fanservice}} The point of the existence]] of the ''LightNovel/AiNoKusabi'' CD dramas and some of the tracks on the soundtracks which center on eroge voice acting. One aptly titled "Dark Erogenous". The plot revolves around a defiant biker forcibly made a SexSlave and the relationship he has with his InUniverse irresistible master whose voice was also seductive. The late Creator/KanetoShiozawa was so impressive as Iason's sultry voice, a memorial drama album was released in his honor. Creator/ToshihikoSeki also has a track on both the ''Sympathy'' and ''Mix'' soundtracks where Riki speaks in a sensual tone about his life as a sex toy. Notable since the BGM itself didn't have this monologue when featured in the anime.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', Lucy gets aroused by Ichiya's voice, but she quickly gets turned off when she sees that he's a perverted, idiotic {{Gonk}}.
* ''Manga/DrSlump'': as part of a monetary deal, Senbei does a voiceover for Lincoln MKX car. Although to add to the chique nature of Lincoln, he does a very sexy, deep, lovemaking voice. Similar to the exact he uses with Midori. However, it only takes one try for the children to figure out it was their father. They are shocked as they're hearing this voice for the first time, as they are used to hearing yelling from Senbei most of the time.
* ''Manga/OnePiece'': a yoga instructor, Mutoh Sama uses a deep, calm, sexy voice to guide the Okamas of Kenpo doing fitness on a yoga stretch ball. James does yoga to a video of his.
* In ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' "20 years into the future", Suneo Honekawa uses this voice to lure Shizuka to their Eiichi Date, thinking it's Nobita, Shizuka agrees, and goes to the "Daijomuru Palace" a high class, quiet restaurant where a private room complete with cushion chairs, and a Long dinibg table are used to eat, or for any other occasion. When Shizuka arrives, She is stunned, and a little embarrassed to find out it was none other than gross Suneo on the phone. He has not aged well.
* ''Manga/KoeDeOshigoto'' is actually entirely about this, being centered around eroge voice acting and all.
* In ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'', during the GGO arc, Shino's voice is stated to be high-pitched and clear, and very pleasing to the mostly-male playerbase of the MMO she plays.
* One bonus chapter of ''Manga/ToLoveRu Darkness'' has Rito's phone get broken and fixed by Lala. Lala being Lala, her "repairs" to the phone result in Rito having an extreme case of this trope when he calls anyone. It's so strong that when he calls Yui to test his phone, [[TheModestOrgasm she's barely able to respond.]]
* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', when [[TheQuietOne Bui]] speaks for the first time, Koto starts gushing over how sexy his voice is.
* In ''Anime/OsomatsuSan'', Chibita does this with a young girl, Zelda while speaking with her about Oden. As she has never heard anyone, speak in this voice before, she is puzzled, and wanted to know if Chibita did such action, "because he was tired".

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* In ''ComicBook/GothamCentral'', [[DirtyCop Officer Tim Munroe]] describes Poison Ivy's voice as being like honey, and when he tries to imagine what she looks like based on her voice his narration trails off.
* In ''ComicBook/Trinity2008'', it's said Batman's phone voice is sexy.
-->'''[[Franchise/TheFlash Wally West]]:''' Jai and Iris are home, Linda says hi. She also says you have the sexiest phone voice ever, Bruce, which frankly, I didn't need to know.
* In ''ComicBook/XFactor'', Siryn's power allows her to manipulate her vocal cords to sound extra sexy, hypnotizing others into giving her what she wants.

[[folder: Fan Works]]
* ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' fanfic ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11886910/1/Gankona-Unnachgiebig-Unità Gankona, Unnachgiebig, Unità]]'': Germany and Japan ''love'' to listen to Italy's voice, whether he is speaking Italian, German, Japanese, English, etc. [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] when Germany hears Italy speak [[TheRival Japanese]]. [[PairTheSuitors At]] [[OneTrueThreesome first]].
* Neo's very attracted to Smith's "deep, dark drawl" in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife''. Smith just happens to take advantage of it, especially on their first date.
* Valla from ''[[FanFic/HeroesOfTheDeskRepercussions Heroes of the Desk: Repercussions]]'', in a nod to her [[Creator/LauraBailey voice actress]]. InUniverse, it's noted that she is a walking example of the StupidSexyFlanders trope if she happens to want something.
* In ''Fanfic/HopToIt'', Perro Negro's voice is described as, "the kind of velvety voice that made you feel safe and protected. The kind that made you fall in love."
* In the ''FanFic/TheMarriageStone'' Snape is more than aware that Harry is particularly fond of his voice, and uses it to his advantage. Likewise, Snape finds it very appealing when Harry speaks in Parseltongue.
* In ''Fanfic/RitesOfAscension'', Cadence is apparently turned on by Shining Armor's new and deeper voice after [[spoiler:Luna transforms him into one of her Night Guard]].
* In ''FanFic/{{Shatterheart}}'', Syaoran comments that Kurogane has very nice voice when [[TranslatorMicrobes Mokona]] gets too far out of range for Kurogane to understand him.
* In ''[[Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird]]'', Victoria admits to an extremely amused Varric that she's "in love with the sound of" [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition Cullen's]] voice.
* ''Fanfic/MCURewrites'': In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/11613867 New Avengers]]'', according to Pietro Maximoff/Quicksilver, his sister Wanda/Scarlet Witch thinks [[ArtificialIntelligence JARVIS]] has a sexy voice.
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10271976/5/A-DIC-less-SI A DIC-less SI]]'', a magical ring meant to turn the wearer into an elven maiden, instead turns [[Manga/RanmaOneHalf Cologne]] into an elven milf (due to her age). Both the SelfInsert and Mousse end up getting erections from her laughter, with the former comparing her voice to the aural equivalent of chocolate.

* Korean film ''200 Pounds Beauty'' has the main character Hanna who is obese but has an amazing voice. She provides vocals for the [[AlphaBitch pretty but mean]] Ammy and as another job, she is a phone sex employee. Then again, she was played by the gorgeous Kim Ah Joong, who did all of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJMkP69ua0c&feature=related#t=2m01s her singing]] in the movie.
* ''Film/TheAndromedaStrain''. Dr. Hall comments that the voice of the woman making PA announcements is sexy, but the doctor is told that she's 63 years old.
* ''Film/BruceAlmighty'': After gaining God's powers, Bruce's voice is so sexy that his girlfriend has orgasms from him talking dirty to her! Justified that he's using his powers to make it happen.
* In ''Film/TheHandmaiden'', Lady Hideko's EvilUncle [[CreepyUncle forces her to read from pornographic novels—and reenact certain scenes—for the entertainment and demonstration of other rich men]]. Every time she is shown performing, the men are held enraptured and are shown awkwardly shuffling to cover their arousal.
* This is a driving force behind the plot of ''{{Film/Her}}''.
* ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'': During the opening sequence, hacker and soon-to-be sidekick Matt Farrell comments on the DarkActionGirl's "sexy voice". This [[ChekhovsGun comes in handy later]] when Matt recognizes her voice giving directions over the police radio.
* Brie Larson as Envy Adams in ''Film/ScottPilgrimVsTheWorld'' puts on a constantly-aroused voice which she drops after Scott defeats Todd. Other cast members even comment on it in the DVD.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SinbadLegendOfTheSevenSeas'', naturally [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTf0bekwmjo the Sirens]] are an example of this.
* In ''Film/{{Spaceballs}}'', Dot Matrix advises Princess Vespa not to be too nasty to Captain Lone Starr (whom they haven't seen yet) because "he's got a sexy voice! He might be cute!" Vespa is unconvinced - right up until she sees the captain, whose appearance does actually match his appealing voice.
* In ''Tale of Tales'' the king falls in love with the owner of a wonderful voice. He doesn't suspect that she is in fact an elderly crone.
* Film/TheTruthAboutCatsAndDogs. Abby first attracts the main love interest due to her radio voice.
* ''Film/WaynesWorld2'' has the boys admiring the smooth-talking Handsome Dan. Later, they promote Waynestock on his radio show and... well, let's just say that smooth voice is Creator/HarryShearer.
* In ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yy5THitqPBw Jessica Rabbit]].

* ''Beaufort'' by Ron Leshem. The [[UsefulNotes/IsraelisWithInfraredMissiles IDF soldiers]] complain that the female radio operatives with the sexiest voices inevitably turn out to be not-so-good looking.
* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'': The book ''Discworld/{{Sourcery}}'' describes Conina's voice as "the sort of voice that could make 'good morning' sound like an invitation to bed".
* Daisy in ''Literature/TheGreatGatsby'' is almost exclusively defined by having a sexy voice and laughter that evokes money and high class.
* When [[Creator/JohnLeCarre George Smiley]] asks unhappily retired Connie Sachs for information about a Russian agent, one of the things she recalls is his wonderful voice, which she heard on surveillance tapes of phone calls.
* Louis Wu meets Nessus for the first time in ''Literature/{{Ringworld}}'':
-->Had Louis visualized a woman to go with that voice, she would have been Cleopatra, Helen of Troy, Marilyn Monroe, and [[NewtonEinsteinSurak Lorelei Huntz]] rolled into one. [[FutureSlang "Tanj!"]] The curse seemed more than usually appropriate. ''There Ain't No Justice!'' That such a voice should belong to a two-headed alien of indeterminate sex!
* The aged, smallpox scarred former courtesan in [[Literature/JudgeDee The Red Pavilion]] has an unbelievable beautiful and sexy voice that the Judge finds extremely disturbing.
* In ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'', Valkyrie says she could listen to Skulduggery's voice all day, and it's described several times as "velvet".
* ''Literature/BlackDaggerBrotherhood'': ''Lover Eternal'' has Mary the suicide hotline operator, whose voice is so appealing that John calls every night just to hear her talk (even though ''he'' is mute), and it literally bespells Rhage, her love interest.
* ''Herman Wouk's'' ''The Hope'', Zev Barak takes a phone call from Emily Cunningham. Barak notes a Talmud saying, "A woman's voice is naked sex," and then says this was especially true with Emily.
* ''Literature/DragonridersOfPern'': Jaxom first falls in love with Sharra's voice, described as being low and sexy, when she's [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect treating him for Firehead fever]]. She turns out to be fairly pretty, not particularly beautiful, although she certainly thinks she doesn't live up to the image he had built in his head. He likes her anyway.
* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'':
** Harry invoke this trope with several women, including Susan, and in the first book, ''Literature/StormFront'', Linda Randall's voice ON A PHONE is enough to make him reflexively ask if she's naked.
** When Lara Raith puts a gun to his head and orders him to stop menacing Thomas, Harry's thought that "Wow, her voice is hot" is so strong that the downsides of getting shot are more of an afterthought. Lara is a succubus, so it's sort of expected that she'd have this.
* There's a subversion in the Creator/AgathaChristie novel ''The Moving Finger'' where a character is described as incredibly attractive, but her voice is flat, dull and uninteresting, so much so that it completely ruins the narrator's idea of her as perfect.
* In ''Literature/TheAndromedaStrain'', the voice that awakens the main character up after his first night of sleep at the subterranean compound is very sensual. The main character becomes a bit embarrassed when he learns the voice belongs to a seventy-two year old woman.
* Ambrosio's first sermon in ''Literature/TheMonk'' is clearly presented as an example as he's got half of Madrid swooning in his church.
* Rex Miller's ''Hot Blood'' tale "The Voice" features a radio host finally meeting his frequent caller with her erotic voice. It's what he's always dreamed of [[spoiler:until he finds out that [[FacialHorror half of her face was burned off in a fire]]]].
* Literature/{{Spenser}} has run into the "Siren's Switch" variation twice, once in ''Mortal Stakes'' with a Red Sox game announcer, and another time with a radio host in ''Crimson Joy''. Both have rich, professional voices, but are extremely overweight men, and neither are particularly nice - one is just a jerk, while the other is actively villainous.
* In ''Literature/JaneEyre'', Jane describes Mr. Rochester's voice as fine and mentions several times that he's a good singer. She wants him to sing for her (to avoid being too intimate in conversation), and he asks if she likes his voice. She says she's not usually fond of pampering his vanity, but she would soothe and stimulate it when she has other motives.
* Antryg in ''Literature/TheWindroseChronicles'' is described as being a peculiar, gawky-looking and poorly-dressed man with crazy eyes, greying MessyHair, a creepy smile and a massive nose - and an extremely beautiful deep voice that [[VocalDissonance doesn't match his looks at all]]. As Joanna's feelings for him develop she begins to notice it a lot more often.
* Cluny Morvish in ''[[Literature/MortalEngines Scrivener's Moon]]'' uses TrrrillingRrrs. Fever Crumb loves it.
* Fairly common with the Fourth Doctor in the ''Literature/PastDoctorAdventures'' books. In ''Drift'', the book's guest companion becomes infatuated with the Fourth Doctor's voice, commenting that she feels flustered and flattered by the 'pretty sound' it makes when he says her name. In ''The Eye of Heaven'', Leela compares the Doctor's voice to distant thunder, in that it can completely change your world and you can do nothing to stop it, and says she finds it exciting. At another point in the book she overhears the Doctor singing and spends a couple of paragraphs admiring his voice.

[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* In ''Series/FifteenStoreysHigh'', one character is seen on the phone angrily complaining that the delivery of his fridge is late. All is forgiven after a few soothing words from one of the call centre's staff, and he walks away from the phone satisfied... and very stiffly...
* In ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', Lucille [[OneSteveLimit Two]] is aroused by Gob (Will Arnett) reading a menu in a restaurant in a deep voice.
* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': Bernadette and Howard are dog-sitting for Raj and they lose the dog. While out searching for it, they decide they should call the dog's name using Raj's accent, leading to this Ho Yay-packed exchange:
-->'''Howard''': When this all blows over, remember that voice. It’s kind of a turn-on.
-->'''Bernadette''': It turns you on when I sound like Raj?
* In one episode of the ''Series/BionicWoman'' remake, advantage was taken of Michelle Ryan's [[UsefulNotes/BritishAccents real-life accent]] for an undercover mission her character was sent out on... the techie talking to her via an electronic earpiece commented on how hot she sounded.
* In ''Series/{{Blackadder}} Goes Forth'', a nurse who has just slept with Edmund says how she feels that men should smoke for this reason.
* In an episode of ''Series/BlackBooks'', Fran once dated a man (Peter Serafinowicz) whom she hates simply because his voice turns her on. When she finds out that he is now doing the nightly shipping forecasts on the radio, she listens to it as a form of porn, then phones him after it's over.
* In ''Series/BostonLegal'', Shirley Schmidt is able to give Denny Crane a boner (and possibly more) just by whispering his name.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. Veruca enraptures Oz with her husky singing voice -- an annoyed Willow later describes her thus; "dresses like [[ReallyGetsAround Faith]], voice like an albatross". Cordelia claims to be turned on by Wesley's voice, though that might be her blatant sycophancy when she's coming on to someone, as neither Cordelia or anyone else mentions this in ''Series/{{Angel}}''.
* ''Series/{{Castle}}'': In "Cops and Robbers", Trapper John describes Detective Kate Beckett as having a "bedroom voice". In another, when she suddenly is able to translate the Russian they're hearing through their listening device, she suddenly drops into a Russian accent, which her coworkers both agree is really hot.
* ''Series/TheDailyShow'': Jon Stewart is of the opinion that the reason U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas rarely speaks in court is to [[http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-january-15-2013/the-silence-of-the-clarence preserve his sexy, sexy baritone]].
-->''"Now I know why he's been holding back. If he spoke, he'd be buried under a pile of panties and roses."''
* ''Series/Daredevil2015'': In "World on Fire", Elena Cardenas, a friend of Sgt. Brett Mahoney's mother, visits Nelson & Murdock seeking help in a legal dispute with her landlord. Her grasp of English is pretty flimsy, so Karen translates her Spanish. During the conversation, she finds that Matt also speaks Spanish and is much more fluent. When Karen offers Matt to take over, Matt replies with a casual, "I like the sound of your voice". Karen smiles shyly, and Foggy does an annoyed facial expression of "You're effortlessly charming beautiful women right in front of me again!"
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E4Listen "Listen"]], Clara compares the Twelfth Doctor's deep Scottish accent to mood lighting in a moment that's usually classified as ShipTease by fans.
* In one episode of ''Series/FamilyMatters'', Laura has a quite sexual reaction to the voice of an R & B Singer.
* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', a caller admitted that she listened to Frasier's radio show because she got off to the sound of his voice.
* On ''Series/{{Friends}}'', Phoebe got a cold and was excited about her "new sexy voice".
* Creator/PeterSellers in ''Series/TheGoonShow'' occasionally voiced a character called "breathy Kensington thing". It's a spookily realistic sexy female impersonation, often accompanied by gags about censorship.
* The siren switch takes place in ''Series/MarriedWithChildren,'' when Peggy's mother (a fat, hideous redneck woman [[TheUnseen never actually seen]]) starts working for a sex line as "Butter". Al is horrified at first, until the money starts rolling in and he tricks his friends into calling her. When they were all hanging out at the house, she recognizes their voices from upstairs and reveals herself to them, much to their shock.
* In the ''Series/ModernFamily'' episode "Truth Be Told", Claire discovers that Phil has been corresponding with his ex-girlfriend Denise on Website/{{Facebook}}. Phil insists that nothing untoward is going on and gives Claire all of Denise's messages to read. Claire reads them out loud in a sexy voice, much to Phil's confusion. [[spoiler: Later, Denise visits and says that she thought Phil wanted to have an affair, quoting from his messages to her in a very similar sexy voice.]]
* On an episode of ''Series/MurphyBrown'', one of Murphy's [[RunningGag many, many secretaries]] was a mousy, buttoned-up, librarian-looking woman named Patricia. She starts out OK, but once Murphy leaves the room while Patricia's taking a call, she turns around, drops her voice an octave, and ''in the middle of the FYI newsroom'' starts her second career as a phone sex operator under the alias "Bambi." Later on, when Murphy finds out, and tells the guy on the phone that Bambi was sent back to the forest and she was Thumper, she talks to him for a second, then monotonously starts saying, "I'm hot, I'm on fire, oh boy, oh baby, oh baby," which, [[{{Squick}} judging by her reaction,]] still did the trick.
* ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'':
--> '''Earl:''' What she sound like?
--> '''Man:''' She sounded like a real ride on the hay train. Not that I could do anything about it now. My penis lost all feeling in 1993.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'': PerkyGoth Abby Sciuto once went undercover at a telephone sex line. She was chosen for the assignment because of her distinctly raspy voice. Played with by one of the co-workers definitely, and knowingly being separate from her voice. She even grins at Abby after a questioning look.
* An episode of ''Series/NightCourt'' had a group of old ladies as defendants in one case. They turned out to be very talented operators at a phone sex line, whom [[ThePornomancer Dan]] tries (unsuccessfully) to deny recognizing when they turn on their work voices.
* A girl that Chase meets in the ''Series/PowerRangersDinoCharge'' episode "Wishing for a Hero" has this reaction to his New Zealand accent.
* ''Series/{{Scorpion}}'': Episode 14 - "Charades", when Walter is fake being seduced by the Agent he says "I love hearing your voice in my ear" Directly saying it to Paige, who is confused as if he said it to her or the agent.
* The ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'' episode "The Tape" revolves around this. Elaine leaves a provocative message on Jerry's tape recorder as a joke. Only George knows it's actually Elaine. Awkwardness ensues, along with [[HilarityEnsues hilarity]].
* A ludicrous example occurs in ''Series/StepByStep'', where the girls are all infatuated with the voice of the guy who answers the phone at the pizzeria, so Al asks him on a blind date. It turns out the guy is fat, and the rest of the episode deals with that. But as soon as you see the guy, they completely drop the notion that he had a sexy voice. Instead, he sounds like a cartoon fat guy. (In fact he sounds a lot like Chris Farley, which the episode even explicitly acknowledges.) What happened?
* One episode of ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had Alex dating a woman from an answering service. She was overweight and had a history of men dating her because of her sexy voice and then dumping her as soon as they found what she looked like.
* Jade of ''Series/{{Victorious}}'' has a really lovely singing voice. So much that one of her classmates Andre ends up developing a crush on her because of it.
* In the first episode of ''The New Series/WKRPInCincinnati'' the new head of programming listens to some audition tapes; one is a very sexy woman. He is advised by several people that "the sexier the voice the uglier the person" (or words to that effect). He hires the woman sight unseen anyway, and it turns out she's [[http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/CZ_TAWNY_KITAEN.HTM Tawny Kitaen]].
* ''Series/TheXFiles'' episode "Small Potatoes" features Chantal's message on M's answering machine: "Hello, Marty? Chantal. It's been so long since we've spoken and I've been so lonely not hearing your sexy voice." Considering that Chantal is a phone sex operator, one must take it with a pinch of salt.

[[folder:Mythology & Religion]]
* The TropeMaker and Ur-Example are the Sirens from ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' who were said to lead men to their deaths by their heavenly singing, and they have been referenced (and parodied) in countless other works of fiction for ever.
* Odysseus was described by Helen to have appealing voice during ''Literature/TheIliad''.
* In Myth/HinduMythology, Hanuman's voice is said to be so potent that he could ''impregnate'' women just by singing.
* In the ''Literature/SongOfSongs'' from Literature/TheBible, the Beloved speaking to the Shulamite:
-->''O you who dwell in the gardens,''
-->''my companions listen for your voice;''
-->''let me hear it!''

* A "siren switch" shows up in the music video for the re-release of Aerosmith's "Sweet Emotion", in which a young man calls a sex hotline and is drawn in by the sultry female voice on the other line. At the end of the video, we finally see the conversation from her end: she's a chunky middle-aged woman in a drab housedress holding a baby in one hand, ironing with the other, and gripping the phone with her shoulder.
* The [[Music/{{Pleaserock}} Y-O-U]] song "Radio" is about all about a girl getting uncontrollably turned on by rock music.
* On their fifth album, ''Cardiology'', Music/GoodCharlotte has a song called "Sex on the Radio" whose narrator is in a relationship with a radio personality. So titled because the girl's voice sounds like, well, sex on the radio.
* Music/DreamTheater's "Home" heavily implies a sex scene about halfway through, complete with a woman moaning in the background.
* Papa Roach's "The Addict" features a woman moaning rather suggestively after the [[BuffySpeak bridge-y bit.]]
* The late Seventies cover of "Wild Thing" by one-hit-wonder Fancy is characterized by the group's Magazine/{{Playboy}} Playmate lead singer gasping and moaning her way through the lyrics.
* "Oooooooh.... love to love you, baby. OOOOOOOH.... love to love you, baby." Repeat ad nauseam for seventeen minutes. This song not only launched Donna Summer to stardom, but led the Catholic Church to declare the song as the work of Satan. A popular rumor is that Donna induced her own orgasms while recording the song, but she says it was all an act.
* ''Music/TheRunaways'' incorporate moaning into many of their songs.
* There's a mainstream example in Pitbull and T-Pain's song "Hey Baby". (You may better know the song as [[TitleConfusion "Ooh, baby, baby...lalalalalalala..."]])
* [[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/315325 Ignorance Is Bliss]]
--> "[[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Princess Toadstool]], I know you're frightened mmm But if you knew just why we're here, your fear would just be heightened!"
* Music/{{Shakira}}, in "Music/HipsDontLie", on Wyclef Jean speaking Spanish:
-->''Oh baby when you talk like that, you make a woman go mad.''

* Taylor Mali's slam poem [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rZzwIb6aPE "Reading Allowed"]] is about how every woman he dates wants him to read her a story. Often when they're already naked and in bed.

[[folder: Pro Wrestling]]
* Val Venis. PlayedForLaughs.
* In a backstage skit in 2007, Wrestling/JohnCena was being interviewed by Todd Grisham and he briefly did an imitation of WWE Diva Candice Michelle's voice. He was...surprisingly accurate.
* Wrestling/SantinoMarella ''thinks'' his voice sounds like this, but it's less LatinLover and more ''Franchise/SuperMarioBrothers''
* Dean Ambrose (aka indie standout Jon Moxley) of WWE's Wrestling/TheShield has a very sexy, unique, slightly raspy voice that is mesmerizing to listen to.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Made fun of in ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}} 3: Hoodlum Havoc'', where Globox falls for the voice of an unknown female character inside the [[ElaborateUndergroundBase Hoodlum HQ]]. This helps the Hoodlums lure him into a trap.
* An unknown character in an optional scene in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIX'' keeps [[ChivalrousPervert Zidane]] interested from the other side of a stone gate with her voice. The speaker is never revealed, but, given that it was a gate to the Burmecian territories, the odds are that she was a [[PettingZooPeople Petting Zoo Person]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Psychonauts}}'' there is an underground cart that works as a quick-travel device. Whenever Raz wants to use it, he'll be greeted by a deliberately erotic computerized female voice that will ask him where he wants to go. If the player does not want to go anywhere, Raz will humorously answer that he just dropped by to listen to her voice.
* In Creator/DoubleFine's game ''VideoGame/TheCave'', Creator/StephenStanton plays the titular talking cave, who lampshades his alluring voice in his very first line.
* The first ''VideoGame/BattlefieldBadCompany'', has "Miss July", the heard but never seen radio voice who [[MissionControl guides B Company]] through their missions, and whose voice they keep mentioning sounds very sexy.
--> '''Haggard:''' I've been thinking about this Miss July. How do ya ''know'' she's good lookin'? I mean I've got a cousin who has a beautiful voice, but a [[ButterFace face like a can o' dog food.]]
--> '''Sweetwater:''' Isn't that the one you [[KissingCousins dated]]?
--> '''Haggard:''' [[BluntYes Yeah.]]
--> '''Sweetwater:''' [[DullSurprise Cool.]]
* In ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'', Velvet Velour's voice is just as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsWBTeoB1Xs smooth and husky]] as her name implies. As a Toreador, it's one of the... assets she uses to get the player on her side.
* ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'':
** In the ''Citadel'' DLC, Garrus refers to his voice as one of his good points twice when faking a first date with Shepard. And it's possible he does it for Shepard's benefit; [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbBuXajA5-U Shepard admits]] that his voice is what she misses the most [[spoiler: if he dies in the Suicide Mission in the second game]].
-->'''Shepard:''' Is that supposed to melt a girl's heart?
-->'''Garrus:''' No. But this voice is...
** Shepard, Samantha, and the guys who built her all comment on EDI (the sentient computer of the ''Normandy'') having a sexy voice.
*** In the ''Citadel'' DLC it is revealed that Traynor didn't only find EDI's voice sexy--she was genuinely ''aroused'' by it, wanting to do some very naughty things with it.
* After a mission in which [[LaResistance the good guys]] hijack an intergalactic radio station to expose the BigBad Mengsk's crimes in ''VideoGame/StarcraftIIWingsOfLiberty'', this trope comes up in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LEjaX_NfwQ&t=5m40s a bonus conversation in the]] [[GoodGuyBar cantina]]. Responding to Tychus' enthusiasm for a job well done, Jim Raynor humorously asks if he'll quit to do radio full time. Laughing, Tychus replies, "Naww, regular folks just ain't read for the raw sex appeal I'd unleash on their grey little lives."
* Karliah from ''{{VideoGame/Skyrim}}'' has a soft, husky, and very sexy voice. It's especially notable because she's a dark elf, and most dark elves in the Elder Scrolls series have somewhat harsh, weathered tones akin to people in their 60s that have spent the better half of their lives smoking three packs a day.
* TheChanteuse from ''VideoGame/AliceIsDead'' who [[http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/361366 croons seductively]] about falling into madness.
* In Act III of ''VideoGame/DiabloIII,'' the demon lord Azmodan sics his consort, Cydaea on the player. Voiced by none other than Creator/ClaudiaBlack, her title is "Maiden of Lust."
* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', [[Creator/AoiYuuki Shuten-douji]] has a very characteristic drunken, sultry KansaiRegionalAccent that is both playful and dangerous. Combined with her [[CuteMonsterGirl appearance]], she's a very charming conversationalist despite being a blatant man-eating monster. Dr. Roman even describes her voice as "every breath is dripping with sex".
** Fate's version of Hans Christian Andersen has the appearance of a small child (due to his fame for writing children's stories) and the [[VocalDissonance deep voice of an older gentleman]] (his actual age when he did so). During the London Singularity, Mordred compliments him on the latter, before his depressed personality and BrutalHonesty start to grate on her.
--->'''Mordred:''' You kind of... have a ''really'' nice voice. Is it changing right now?

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* In the beginning of the BL sci-fi ''VisualNovel/DramaticalMurder'', the protagonist Aoba is introduced essentially weaponizing a particular seductive tone to his voice over the phone to get more sales for the shop he works at, as people will call back just to hear it again, and wind up buying more as a result. Most of his companions also comment on its supposed beguiling quality at some point, although only the resident CloudCuckoolander gives hints towards its true nature. [[spoiler:It's later revealed that he in fact has a CompellingVoice that can influence the will of individuals[[note]]Despite being YaoiGenre, its focus is on the sci-fi and romance, and the influencing of will is done at dramatic instances, such as when someone is about to preform a HeroicSacrifice.[[/note]], and when put in dire circumstance in which greater powers manifest (i.e. he or someone he holds dear is threatened), his oft-staticking-on-screen SuperPoweredEvilSide will take over as he blacks out, usually [[CurbStompBattle curb-stomping]] everything in its wake thereafter, sometimes with fatality.]]
* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', Shirou remarks this when he hears Rider's voice.

* In ''Webcomic/Persona3FTW'', [[DarkMessiah Takaya's]] voice (AKA Creator/DerekStephenPrince) has a seductive nature all to itself. Even the guys (and Aigis) can't resist it. Otherwise he's perhaps a lamer villain than he was in the game.
* ''WordOfGod'' says {...} of ''Webcomic/HannaIsNotABoysName'' sounds like Oren Lavie. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDpZj-F4yvU Mmmmm...]]
* According to Ben Franklin in ''Webcomic/AGirlAndHerFed'', [[http://www.agirlandherfed.com/1.183.html Vin Diesel's voice is this to Hope]].
* In ''Webcomic/KnightsOfBuenaVista'', Bill's PlayerCharacter starts putting the moves on Mary's. Mary then shyly asks him to say those words again, but doing his Creator/BillyDeeWilliams voice.
* Buwaro the demon from ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' has a shockingly good singing voice [[http://www.sdamned.com/comic/01292011/ as shown in this page]], despite the fact that before this he probably never sang before in his life. His angel girlfriend Kieri blushes and gives him a hug after hearing him sing. Talented singers are considered very attractive in angel culture due to the high importance they put on music.
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'':
** When a [[MadScientist Spark]] goes into TheMadnessPlace, their font and speech bubbles change. A number of characters find this particularly attractive.
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090819#.VvV9ZuKLTIU Gil and Agatha get a mutual one]] when they're both geeking out over how they can repurpose torture machines to kill and resurrect Agatha's [[LoveTriangle other love interest]]. Other people notice exactly what's happening.
---> '''Violetta:''' ''Jeez.'' You Sparks get all into your freakish, twisted ''courtship rituals'' and ''totally'' forget that you have an ''audience'', don't you?
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090828 Gil's reaction to seeing Agatha]] in all her MadScientist glory counts, too, considering she's ordering him to '''''"Get on the slab!"'''''
--->'''Gil:''' ''Wow!''\\
'''Moloch:''' ...spooky girl's ''all'' yours, pal.
** Tarvek kind of loses track of what he was doing when Agatha [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20120711 has a go at him]] for nearly getting himself killed.
** Sleipnir isn't a Spark, but she [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100906 likes it]] a ''lot'' when Theo goes into TheMadnessPlace.
* In ''Webbcomic/NightmareFactory'', It’s Phirre’s voice that causes the main character, Emai to nearly say yes to going to Nightmare Factory. After finding out about [[ManipulativeBastard his personality,]] she wonders how such a voice can belong to such a despicable being. WordOfGod, in reply to questions begging about his voice, suggested Creator/JasonMarsden, who voiced Haku from ''Anime/SpiritedAway''.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'':
** In "You're a Rotten Dirty Bastard" Christmas special, Creator/BradJones would never have become WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob [[ItsAWonderfulPlot if the Critic never existed]]. He instead becomes the world's greatest porn star...
--->'''Brad:''' All you need is a penis the size of a lightsaber and the rest is done for you.
--->'''Girl:''' ''Ahh! I just orgasmed at the sound of your voice.''
--->'''Brad:''' It's to be expected.
*** During their joint review of ''{{Film/Leprechaun}}'', the Critic tries mimicking Brad's voice to no avail. The secret is, apparently, "''years'' of drinking Diet Crystal Pepsi".
** The Critic got fangirled over by [[WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick Elisa and Nella]] when he dressed up like Creator/TimCurry and impersonated his "I'm orgasming on every word" style of voice.
** He declared of Creator/KeithDavid: "God [[EvenTheGuysWantHim I'd go gay]] for that voice."
** In the first episode of WebVideo/DemoReel, Rebecca Stone had an orgasm over Tacoma Narrows's [[Comicbook/TwoFace Harvey Dent]] impersonation. Karl also attributes his foursome to having a sexy German accent.
** When talking about ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyDucks'', the Critic takes time to mention that ''both'' Tim Curry and Tony Jay were villains on the show. They eventually have a competition as to which can make (off-screen) women orgasm faster using only their voice, which ends with [[spoiler: both saying "[[TotallyRadical Ducks rock!]]", causing the women to completely turn off]].
* [[http://www.moanmyip.com/ MoanMyIP]], [[http://www.moanmyos.com/ MoanMyOS]] and [[http://www.moanmyweather.com/ MoanMyWeather]] sites stream your IP, OS or weather rendered in a woman's pleasure moans. There's also [[http://www.moanmytime.com/ MoanMyTime]] site, [[DevelopmentHell but it shows only "Coming soon..." page]] since 2008. That may just be the joke.
* There's a RunningGag in ''WebVideo/HeyAshWhatchaPlayin'' based around Ashley's crush on Creator/DavidHayter based on the voice he uses for [[VideoGame/MetalGear Solid Snake]]. In one montage, there's a short clip of her being caught masturbating to a recording of him, and in one video a whiteboard showing a complicated plan has a picture of Hayter on it, surrounded by little hearts. [[spoiler: When David Hayter leaves her a voice mail message, she [[TheScream screams]].)]]
* In ''WebVideo/AvatarTheAbridgedSeries,'' we introduce "sexy" Zuko starring in "Zuko's Date." Along with his new voice.
--> '''Zuko:''' ''Baby, why didn't you just say so?''
* In ''WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries'''s ''Bonds Beyond Time'' movie, Yusei introduces himself to Yugi as "the serious one with the voice that makes the {{fangirl}}s ''swoon''."
* WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation mentions this in regards to the narrator from ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', Creator/StephenFry in ''VideoGame/LittleBigPlanet'', and your character's [[Creator/LiamNeeson father]] in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''.
-->'''Yahtzee:''' There's a very in-depth level designer built in with a host of tutorials you'll be tempted to go through just to have Stephen Fry's voice tounging your coc[[LastSecondWordSwap ...hlea]] for hours on end.
* ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'':
** Cecil has described [[HotScientist Carlos's]] voice as "oaky", and "like caramel". As of "The Phone Call", the audience has heard him, and can now decide for themselves.
** Carlos apparently reciprocates, as he affectionately tells Cecil he "has the best voice of them all".
* In 2007, BT decided (for some unfathomable reason) to make a SyntheticVoiceActor based on velvet-voiced ex-Dr Who Creator/TomBaker to read aloud text messages. When a hobbyist decided to make a website of humorous things he'd made it say and opened submissions, he got enough submissions from fangirls who had been using the synthesiser to make straight-up phone sex that he had to [[https://web.archive.org/web/20100225144118/http://tombakersays.com/luuurve.html put a special section on the site for it]].

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* A rich widow in the ''WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker'' cartoon, "A Fine Feathered Frenzy" pulls the siren switch. Woody reads her ad in the personals where it says that she's a 'Gorgeous Gal' who is wealthy, has lots of food and is looking to marry a young man. So he calls her on the phone. With her sexy voice Gorgeous calls him sweetie and dream boy, says she loves Woodpeckers and he's the only thing on her mind. She invites him to come over to her mansion and says she'll be waiting for him. When Woody meets her it turns out she is an overweight and elderly crow. Gorgeous Gal [[AbhorrentAdmirer chases after him]], lavishes him with kisses and continues flirting with him with her lovely voice. Woody is no longer interested but Gorgeous Gal's love for woodpeckers wins out in the end. She drags him into a submarine and gets a priest to marry them.
* Medusa performs the siren switch in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' during the episode, "Mega Trouble For Megaland". Kid Icarus pulls Simon Belmont's goggles over his eyes and covers them with black paint so he doesn't look at Medusa while they are on a mission. She flirts with Simon telling him he's handsome and that there's a chance she could fall for him. Her voice is so alluring that Simon is ready to kiss her, sight unseen. Of course when he does take his goggles off to look at Medusa he sees that she has light blue skin, large yellow reptilian eyes, the body and figure of an unattractive elderly woman and snakes for hair. The horrified Simon turns to stone.
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': The episode "Love A.D Style" features Roger abducting Hayley over having an obsessive attraction to her all while acting like a psycho yandere towards her. The reason why Roger acted this way towards Hayley in that episode was because Roger hired Hayley to be a singer at his bar and he ended up becoming attracted to her through her beautiful singing voice.
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
** In "To Live and Die in Dixie", Stewie joins a bluegrass band and sings this little ditty:
-->Met her on the CB, said her name was Mimi,\\
Sounded like an angel come to Earth (''Come to Earth'')\\
But when I went to meet her, man you should have seen her.\\
Twice as tall as me, three times the girth (''Giiiiirth'')
** An episode had Lois become ''irresistibly'' attracted to the low voice Peter develops due to illness.
* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Duckman}}'' has Our Intrepid Hero fall in love with a female 911 operator because of how her voice sounded. Then he finally meets her in person and discovers that she's [[AbhorrentAdmirer a bit lacking]] [[{{Butterface}} in the looks department.]] So much so, that [[TakeOurWordForIt her face isn't even shown onscreen]] until she has drastic cosmetic surgery to make herself look pretty. And she's literally ''perfect'' after this. She ''had'' the voice and the personality, but after the surgery, she had the [[MsFanservice total package.]] At this point, Duckman (who had ''still'' loved her despite her appearance) realizes that she's too good for him and [[IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy he dumps her so she can find someone better.]]
* In the episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' with the cast of ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'', Zapp Brannigan demanded that a piece of evidence be read by someone with a "[[LampshadeHanging sexy, seductive voice]]". Creator/NichelleNichols started to speak, but was cut off by Creator/GeorgeTakei.
* The ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' episode "Voice Over" had Dexter swapping his computer's voice in an attempt to fix it. One of them was probably the most seductive voice ever heard in a children's cartoon. He had to change it because he couldn't stop sweating.
* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktytnQHvlww Casey Miller]]:
-->'''[quoting a friend]''' Dear Casey; your voice is like butter to our ears. Could you please find a way to get that audible chocolate on the airwaves?
* Used in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited'' when Batman is blackmailed into singing "Am I Blue?" for Wonder Woman's sake. The villainess and Zatanna tear up at the sound of his sexy, brooding voice. Batman's dulcet tones are provided by voice actor Kevin Conroy, and thus Wonder Woman gains another reason to fall for the Bat.
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Chowder}}'', Truffles receives a very seductive voice in one episode when using a voice manipulator, causing all the customers to melt instead of getting scared of her, having the same effect on Mung, Chowder and Shnitzel who become so calm over her soothing voice that they feel free to do whatever they want now that no one can scream at them. HilarityEnsues.
* Riot from ''WesternAnimation/{{Jem}}'' is the lead singer of The Stingers. His concerts are predominantly full of screaming fangirls for him. His husky voice is so attractive that he can get a rowdy crowd of women to calm down just by asking them to. The one woman he likes though finds him to be an AbhorrentAdmirer.
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'': In several war-time cartoons, Porky employed the vocal talents of a rooster who had pipes like Frank Sinatra, whose songs induced not only swooning but mass egg-laying out of all the hens in the farm...as well as Porky himself.
** Another ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' example would be in a Witch Hazel-cartoon called "Broom-Stick"--after Hazel becomes a HotWitch, she gets a much softer (and sexier) tone of voice to match her new appearance.
* ''WesternAnimation/SuperNoobs'': In the ending scene of the episode "How To Use Your Noob" Alien warriors Memnock and Zenblock (In their human disguises) attempted to invoke this trope on a couple of human women in a coffee shop when they flirted with the women by manipulating their battle balls into voice modulator helmets that made their voices sound cool. Unfortunately, their voices intimidated the shop cashier and as a result, Memnock and Zenblock end up with a sack of money in their hands and are chased by police by the end of the episode.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' cartoon, ''WesternAnimation/DonaldsDilemma'', Donald gets hit over the head with a flowerpot [[EasyAmnesia causing him to believe that he was a world's famous crooner,]] and ends up becoming an overnight sensation thanks to singing a beautiful rendition of [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} "When You Wish Upon a Star"]] that causes women to swoon over him. The problem? He completely forgot about Daisy, who desperately wants her boyfriend back.