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[[caption-width-right:246:...or don't look. It's more polite, and keeps things SFW.]]
A wacky romp, usually full of {{fanservice}}, wacky innuendos and [[ASimplePlan simple plans]] all for one purpose- to get laid! Expect tons of GagBoobs, humorous dating or hook up scenarios, and maybe a large dollop of AManIsNotAVirgin, or SexAsRiteOfPassage if he still is. These can be explicit or nonexplicit. The hijinks don't have to end after our hero or heroine gets laid.

Note that the proportion of sexual material can vary; jokes on other subjects are permitted. A comedy series can have episodes of sex comedy while completely avoiding the subject at other times. Many of the examples below actually use variants of the trope, or {{deconstruct|edTrope}} it in some way. Conversely, when PornWithPlot tries to be funny, the result is obviously some kind of sex comedy, if not usually a very good one.

Compare {{Ecchi}}. Subgenre: AwfulBritishSexComedy
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[[folder: Comics and Manga ]]

* RobertCrumb's comic strips surely are full of this.
* Milo Manara's work is, too.
* ''HappyMania'': A young woman sleeps her way into true love, with many semen jokes along the way.
* ''ComicBook/RedEars'': This enormously succesful Belgian comic book series is nothing more than an erotic gag comic strip series.
* ''Comicbook/SexCriminals'' is a series about two people who can [[TimeStandsStill freeze time when they have orgasms]]. They use this ability to rob banks so that they can use the money to save a library.

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[[folder: Film ]]

* ''AmericanPie''
* ''Flowers and Bees'': a pathetic young man attempts to sleep with a motley crew of women.
* ''Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid To Ask'' and ''A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy'' by Creator/WoodyAllen.
* ''Porky's''
* ''Film/TheFortyYearOldVirgin''
* ''Another Gay Movie'' and its sequel ''Another Gay Sequel: Gay's Gone Wild''.
* The first ''PinkPanther'', even though [[spoiler:no one really gets any]].
* ''Film/TheSweetestThing''. It's like a chick flick was directed by the guys who direct RobSchneider's films.
* ''FastTimesAtRidgemontHigh''
* ''Film/LoveAndOtherDrugs''
* ''Pretty Cool'', and its sequel, ''Pretty Cool Too''.

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[[folder: Live-Action Television ]]

* Most long-running sitcoms (outside of children's television) will have an episode of sex comedy sooner or later, sometimes featuring an attractive visiting character or guest star who catches the attention of one or more of the primary cast.
* ''Series/{{Brass}}'': Most of the lead characters were highly lecherous, leading to a lot of sexual plots and sub-plots.

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[[folder: Theatre ]]

* The Ancient Greek play ''Theatre/{{Lysistrata}}'' demonstrates that the sex comedy is OlderThanFeudalism.
* In the 19th century, Georges Feydeau not only popularised {{farce}} in the modern form, but was quite risqué about it by the standards of the time; many of his stories have elements of sex comedy, and the combination has remained popular in theatrical farce to the present.

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[[folder: Video Games ]]

* ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry'' is an AdventureGame by genre, but by content, it's a SexComedy with logic puzzles.

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[[folder: Webcomics ]]

* Among (non-porn) webcomics, ''Webcomic/MenageA3'' is perhaps the purest example, alhough it's ''relatively'' subtle and even deconstructive about it -- some of the time, anyway. Of its two {{spinoff}}s, ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' is more or less as much of a sex comedy but dials back on the explicitness, while ''Webcomic/SandraOnTheRocks'' is less about sex and substantially less explicit, but still approaches the trope at times.

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[[folder: Western Animation ]]

* The infamous 1929 cartoon ''Everready Harton In Buried Treasure'' is a sex comedy.
* Creator/RalphBakshi 's ''Film/FritzTheCat'' also falls in this category.
* ''Tarzoon The Shame Of The Jungle''

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