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"Sex is best when done well, and that, truly, is my only rule."
This is a character who would bed, can bed, or has bedded anything
. By "anything" we mean absolutely anything
, up to and including the bed itself
The Extreme Omnisexual isn't necessarily limited to chasing after humans or humanoids; targets of their affections can also include other species
, or even animals
This person is often a Loveable Sex Maniac
, an utterly depraved villain
or is just really, really
Compare Interspecies Romance
, Anything That Moves
, and Extreme Omnivore
(the dietary counterpart). See also Really Gets Around
for the usually-straight version. The polar opposite of this trope would be Asexuality
For people who don't recognize the character reference, "Jack Harkness" is a character on Doctor Who
and its spinoff, Torchwood
and he is the first openly non-heterosexual character in the history of Doctor Who.
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Anime & Manga
- Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt features many of those, including Chuck, Panty, and Garter.
- Hapsiel from Macademi Wasshoi truly embodies this trope. Invulnerable and undefeatable, anyone or anything who gets near him, be it a cute little girl or a ravenous werewolf, is going to walk away with nothing less than a giant hickey. His appearance is always accompanied by a modification of the Flash Gordon music.
- France from Axis Powers Hetalia. He is frequently shown molesting other countries, be they male or female (more the former than the latter, but probably only because almost every character on the show is a male), and not even being shot to the head by one of his victims will stop him. The author himself even mentions that France is attracted to beautiful men, women, "and even some non-humans." And he is not one bit picky about the age...
- Rika from Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai is a robosexual fujoshi that has also toyed with Yozora and Kodaka, among others.
- Dandy seems to fit this trope quite well, although he does seem to draw the line somewhere. Exactly where that line lies is a little unclear.
- FABLES: Played literally by Goldilocks. She admits to Bluebeard that she's no speciesist, and that she's open in having sex with any living being, and that included sleeping with Baby Boo Bear and a goblin butler.
- In Hellblazer, the Archangel Gabriel is no stranger to this. Among those he bedded and raped are the Virgin Mary (resulting in you know who) and a disguised succubus.
- Speaking of succubus, Eli has the powers of seduction for being one, which she used to seduce angels and Vatican priest quite rather easily.
- De Sade from Preacher is presented an armadillo from the local zoo, as he's already sodomized every single other animal they have there, said to have "buggered his way through [most of the large mammals]". This is not played exclusively for comedy. He includes children in that list. His Gomorreans (all bored and depraved rich people) are just as licentious, from generously offering to use a cucumber on passersby (Tulip does not take this well) to getting their privates stomped on by sheep to pedophilia (Jesse does not take that well).
- Tex Porneau and Anders Klimakks in The Filth: the former will try to have sex with anyone who comes to his door, has the motto "Fuck Or Be Fucked", and eventually creates a species of giant sperm so that he can lay THE ENTIRE CITY OF LOS ANGELES. The latter is a porn star/ bio-engineered sex god whose black semen can impregnate anyone and whose record for women slept with is approaching the 900 mark.
- Transmetropolitan brings us the following epitaph on a sidewalk:
Spider Jerusalem: "The Last Stand of Thierry Ngyuen, The Demon Whoremonger of Rangoon and satisfier of over Ten Thousand women, and Five Hundred Ninety Two men and Three Thousand Two Hundred and Five Zoological specimens and Eight Hundred things we're not sure about. Died laughing of explosive scrotal failure on this spot while pleasuring eighteen porn starlets, all of whom later committed suicide in grief." I still miss your columns, Thierry.
- Bomb Queen, who has stated she will have sex with pretty much anything, regardless of gender, age, species, legality, etc.
- Tek Knight from The Boys suddenly began having (and following through with) sexual urges towards a great deal of things including a telepathic android, a chinchilla, a meteorite, a cup of coffee and a Captain Ersatz of Catwoman named Talon. Turned out to be a symptom of a massive brain tumor.
- Namor, King of Atlantis, beds a monstrous aquatic creature queen (sort of a hybrid of a sea-worm, squid and xenomorph) in an Uncanny X-Men story, in order to secure a peace treaty between their peoples. He sees absolutely nothing at all perturbing about this encounter, and dismisses one negative opinion as prejudiced and parochial◊. This is not the first time Namor has solved a problem this way. The only exception to his complete lack of standards is that he refuses to have sex with Hope because she is underaged, and he does not like redheads.(Though the redhead thing was likely a joke to tease Hope. Namor's had redheaded love interests before, most prominently his late-wife Dorma.)
- Dungeon Keeper Ami: The Tales of Keeper Mercury's depravity are the stuff of legend. Features this as a running gag. Actually averted, but try telling anyone that...
- The Life And Times Of A Winning Pony: Cloud Kicker. Also an Ethical Slut.
- Prince Haiba from "The Lion King Adventures" is the embodiment of this trope. He has crushes on both Simba and Nala (to the point of kissing them in their sleep), constantly tries to win Sarafina's affections, and can often be found making out with bushes or rivers.
- From Bajor to the Black: Eleya's roommate at Starfleet Academy, Jasmine "Jazz" Velasquez. She goes for both male and female (at least once both at the same time), non-cadets as often as not, species other than human more often than not, and rarely the same partner twice.
- Cheech And Chong's The Corsican Brothers actually refers to this trope as a TRYsexual.
Cheech: No, a trysexual, he'll try anything: mud, chickens, anything.
- Maggot from August Underground's Mordum is shown having sex with his sister, spilled intestines, and a dead little girl. He also masturbates to two women being forced to vomit on each other.
- The Fat Idiot in Famine has sex with a chocolate pastry, and mentions he once raped a girl's cat while spying on her changing.
- When Bernice Summerfield first gets together with future husband Jason Kane in the Doctor Who New Adventures novels, they discuss their sex lives. Jason starts out saying that since he was taken halfway across the galaxy at the age of fifteen and hasn't seen another human since, he doesn't know much about it... before listing eleven women and five men. And then it turns out not seeing another human didn't even slow him down.
Jason: So anyway, then there was Rana, who was humanoid but more or less androgynous, and then I met Liva, who wasn't humanoid but was what you might call definitively female; that was before Sali, of course...
- In a much later appearance, he's temporarily become an extremely best-selling author; he set out to write his memoirs, but the publishers cut out the bits with his ex-wife in them and marketed the book as porn.
- The protagonist in The War Against the Chtorr has this to say about an incidental character.
Clayton Jones — big and beefy; he'd been a college football star or something. He was always grinning and slapping people on the back, and fucking everything that moved or even looked like it was capable of movement or had maybe thought about moving once.
- Jim McCarthy himself becomes this during the time he spends with a cult.
- In Tanya Huff's Confederation of Valor series, Taykan in the di' phase are the most enthusiastically undiscriminating species in the known galaxy, and will gladly sleep with anyone they see. However, once their pheromone masker comes off, so does any choice on the other side. It goes to the point that a simple "Fuck you!" becomes an offer.
- Harry Coin from the Illuminatus! trilogy claims to be willing to have sex with anything that moves and few things that don't. His first appearance in the story involves him trying to Prison Rape George Dorn, and threatening to rape his corpse if he didn't submit willingly. Later on he does a Heel-Face Turn and joins the good guys, and explains that the weird sex acts cause him to see pure white light, implying that he achieved a partial illumination through them!
- In the novelization of the 2009 Star Trek film, there's a scene where Uhura tells Gaila about Kirk's Anything That Moves reputation, mentioning that "some of them weren't even humanoid!" Kirk's response is that they were all humanoid... he thinks.
- Probably describes a large portion of the human population of the world of Cerberon, considering the number and variety of half-human hybrids encountered. George, from Regency England, might also qualify, as he's shamelessly attracted to a Petting Zoo Person and a centauress.
- In John C. Wright's Count to the Eschaton, Nymph culture was based on sexual intercourse. They have words according to how often they copulate with someone — and no word at all for someone they haven't copulated with at all — especially since a formal greeting is an invitation to sexual intercourse. Normally, a man's first intercourse is with his mother. All partners appear to be human by some standard — though the extent of bioengineering makes it a very loose standard. (There are some people who do not fit. They are given a chance to cryogenically sleep until they are needed.)
- The Lady Faire, from the Secret Histories, was a male/female merged creation designed to be this by Baron Frankenstein. The annual Ball s/he throws for his/her numerous ex-lovers is attended by men, women, elves, demons, aliens, robots, assorted humanoid or not-so-humanoid fantastic creatures, and even the Living Shroud, who doesn't seem corporeal enough to have sex.
- Greebo in the Discworld novels has been noted to give his amorous attentions to female members of species other than his own (cats), including several that should by all rights have some degree of say in the matter, such as wolves. Judging by his actions (and the reactions of other people) when he's temporarily transformed into a human, it's implied that he may just be that good at it.
- Magnus Bane from The Mortal Instruments and The Infernal Devices, has been with men, women, warlocks, vampires, humans, fey, and the occasional djinn, which does show that he does go for anything. Except mermaids. They smell like seaweed.
- Doctor Who:
- The episode "The Empty Child" introduces Captain Jack Harkness, a rogue time agent from the 51st century. When describing him to Rose, the Doctor explains in a Hurricane of Euphemisms that people from Jack's time are a bit more flexible when it comes to "dancing", with the classic observation, "So many species, so little time." Over his multi-season appearances on the series, Jack flirts or makes out with males, females, aliens, and androids. In fact, he provides the show's first male-on-male kiss when he snogs the Doctor in "The Parting of the Ways".
- Professor River Song, who appears from the fourth season onward, is pretty much the same way, casually stating that she's dated androids and a guy made of plastic. Word of God states that she identifies as bisexual. She also hails (primarily) from the same century as Jack, and therefore likely shares his flexibility when it comes to "dancing".
- The Doctor himself. He has a much lower sex drive than Jack and River, talks about his conquests a lot less, and appears to prefer male or female Time Lords (his species) or humans (who look identical to his own species) to most others. That said, his romantic partners have included a tree, an "accidentally-made boyfriend", he's flirted sincerely with a Dalek (albeit one with the consciousness of a cute human girl), called a spaceship his wife, and he notes that although he finds Zygons physically repugnant, they are surprisingly good kissers.
- Torchwood, Captain Jack's Hotter and Sexier spinoff from Doctor Who, pushes this trope to its natural limit, despite eventually putting Jack in a committed relationship (with a human man):
Gwen: Have you ever eaten alien meat?
Gwen: What was it like?
Jack: He seemed to enjoy it.
- Blackadder II: the Baby-eating Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Bishop: You see, I am a colossal pervert. No form of sexual depravity is too low for me. Animal, vegetable or mineral - I'll do anything to anything.
Blackadder: Fine words for a bishop. Nice to hear the church speaking out for a change on social issues.
- Intendant Kira from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's mirror universe. She even tries to seduce herself (well, her mirror self) at one point. As the actress herself said it: "When she meets Kira, she falls in love with Kira. My intention always was that it was pure narcissism. Here was simply someone who looked like her, it had nothing to do with being a woman. But in subsequent episodes, it became, you know, it just didn't matter. I assume lizards would have been all right with her too."
- Jonathan Frakes joked that Riker was "Try-sexual" as in "He'll try anything once!" One of Riker's most intense on-screen relationships was with a member of a genderless species.
- William Shatner has joked that Kirk's list of sexual prerequisites did not necessarily include 'humanoid.' Well, if anyone can figure out how to score a bodiless Energy Being it would be James Tiberius Kirk.
- Q makes a play for Janeway. Keep in mind that while Q appears as a human when interacting with them, he is really an extradimensional being from a reality humans cannot comprehend in its natural state. His own explanation of the situation makes Jack Harkness sound positively Victorian in comparison when it comes to flexibility in the matter...
Q: Now I see. You think I'm interested in some tawdry one night stand. That's because I haven't told you why I'm here yet. Out of all the females of all the species in all the galaxies, I have chosen you to be the mother of my child.
Q: I know that you're probably asking yourself, why would a brilliant, handsome, dashingly omnipotent being like Q want to mate with a scrawny little bipedal specimen like me?
Janeway: Let me guess. No one else in the universe will have you.
Q: Nonsense. I could have chosen a Klingon Targ, the Romulan empress, a Cyrillian microbe.
- When filming the finale of Voyager, when Alice Krige returned as the Borg Queen, she told the producer that in Star Trek: First Contact all her scenes had been with Picard and Data and played as seductions (which would be enough to qualify her for this trope on its own; a semi-disembodied cyborg flirting with a human and an android), so she wasn't sure how to play scenes against Janeway and Seven. The producer told her "She's omnisexual."
- Samantha (Kim Catrall) on Sex and the City also used the trysexual line.
- Tig from Sons of Anarchy. Women, drag queens, horses, the dead, you name it.
Mythology & Religion
- Older Than Feudalism: Zeus in Greek Mythology. Due to his wife's constant jealousy and vindictive streak he often found it necessary to arrange unusual methods to carry out his liaisons. He once seduced a woman as an ant, so yeah, literally anything.
- Loki in Norse Mythology — banged other giants, fathered many monsters, and once had sex with a male horse in the form of a mare, and gave birth to its foal (which became Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Odin). If Odin's claim in the Lokasenna is true, Loki spent eight years on earth having sex with men as a woman. And yes, having their children too.
- The Exalted RPG plays with this trope a lot. The First Age Solars created new forms of life just to have sex with them, the Lunars routinely have sex with animals to breed new Beastmen, the Siderals have relations with gods, the Dragonblooded are currently enjoying all the perks of being decadent imperial nobility, and the Abyssals have sex with the dead (Ick!). Fanon has further expanded on this concept.
- In canon, ordinary mortals can interbreed with gods, ghosts, demons, and The Fair Folk. Creation's a very flexible place like that.
- Also, Ma-Ha-Suchi in the First Age. His motivation is along the lines of having sex with every single Celestial Exalt in Creation...
- Warhammer 40,000:
- While the Dark Eldar are mostly motivated to torture their victims as much as they can before killing them, they'll also add in rape if it pleases them.
- Followers of Slaanesh in both 40K and Warhammer. Their whole Hat is that they are obsessed with the pursuit of sensations of any sort, to as extreme a measure as they can. When it comes to sex, there's no coupling that they will not try — not just because it's encouraged, but because it may be the only way to actually stimulate their burned-out senses and desires. Men, women, children, animals, corpses, daemons, aliens... if it's got a hole or a pole, they'll do it. Or they'll make something they can screw, even if it kills their partner(s) to do so. Needless to say, the fluff avoids dwelling too deeply on their "habits".
- The practices of the Dark Eldar simply a continuation of the practices of their ancient forebears; whose excesses were so extreme that they gave birth to a new chaos god, Slaanesh. While their craftworld cousin eschew such extremes; those who leave as outcasts and corsairs often fall back into the ancient ways. Even the craftworld kin are not totally immune to this; after all, when your lifespan is measured in millennia, things like gender, age, familial ties, and even species tend to lose importance.
- Malcanthet, the Dungeons & Dragons Succubus Queen enjoys seducing and corrupting both males and females. Why is she this trope instead of Depraved Bisexual? Well, it's not just male and female humanoids.
- This trope can apply to shapeshifting monsters in general. When both gender and species are optional, your tastes can be very flexible indeed. In particular, the Half-Dragon, Half-Fiend, and Half-Celestial templates can be applied to anything (which is alive and has a body). Even oozes. Some dragon (presumably one with acid immunity) saw a Black Pudding and thought "Awww, yeah."
- In fact, this can apply even broader than that. "Any living, corporeal creature" has quite wide boundaries. Beholders and other aberrations? Fine. Elementals, including water, fire and air elementals? Perfectly acceptable. Swarms? Rules-legal. You can even create half-dragon plants if you so desire.
- Fallout 2 allows the player to go this route (although it is generally easier with a female character, as Most Writers Are Male, and there is only handful of homosexual men in the game, but not vice versa) and awards the player a reputation based on it (regardless of sex): Gigolo. Oddly, you only have to sleep with one person to do it. However, if you sleep with 10 or more people, you get another one, Sexpert, which effectively gives you the benefit of a sex-related perk (Kama Sutra Master) for free.
Gigolo: Let's be honest: You sleep with anything that walks on two legs. Sometimes, you're not even that discriminating.
- Fallout: New Vegas as well. For those who wish to know, the perks are "Lady Killer" and "Confirmed Bachelor" for men, and "Black Widow" and "Cherchez la Femme" for women.
- Not only that, but there's one part in the game where you have the option to have sex with a robot. Named ''Fisto''.
- Old World Blues ups it by letting you hit on a disembodied brain yours . It's disturbed by the proposal, to say the least.
- Howard "Buckshot" Holmes from MadWorld, who takes this trope into disturbing new extremes- sex with plants, for example:
Howard: Jack just ate a happy ending!
Howard: Clearly you've never had sex with an onion!
Howard: I can't tell if that alien is a man or a woman, but Jack sure made it his bitch!
Kreese: How do you sex an alien, anyway?
Howard: As often as I can!
- In asari culture from Mass Effect, pretty much anything is fair game, since they are all female and reproduce by using DNA from other creatures to add some random mutations to their daughters, which are otherwise mostly identical clones of themselves. Except for other asari, as that has a certain notion of inbreeding. Still apparently happens quite frequently.
- Not so much the asari, more specifically, the Ardat-Yakshi, which are asari born with a rare genetic condition that makes them akin to succubi, as they will seduce anyone and anything to drain their Life Force through sexual intercourse to feed their insatiable lust. Most choose to live lives in solitude within special complexes; the rest are considered psychopathic criminals who are dangerous to themselves and everyone around them.
- The second game also gives us Yeoman Kelly Chambers, who, in addition to being the only bisexual romance option in the game, also cheerfully expresses an interest in almost every known sentient species. Any gender, and almost any alien, that's Kelly.
"Busy now. Trying to determine how Scale Itch got aboard Normandy. Sexually transmitted disease, only carried by varren
. Implications unpleasant."
- Commander Shepard counts as well. S/he can sleep with men, women, and aliens. While the player may choose only one love interest or none, the fact that the options are there at all makes him/ her fit the trope.
- Joker may fit as well. He watches alien porn and starts dating EDI, the Normandy's AI, in ME3 after she gets a "hot robot body." He at least deserves credit for showing interest in a type of sentient being that Shepard doesn't.
- From the Dragon Age series:
- Zevran, from Origins, claims that "my only rule about sex is that it be done well". He is an avid flirt with people of virtually every race and gender, and has some quite impressive tales of his promiscuity.
- Leliana has elements of this trope; though she is the most difficult party member to romance, she is very flirtatious with both men and women, of all ages, and in her Back Story, was much more sexually promiscuous.
- Isabela, both in her appearance in the first game (where she's an Optional Sexual Encounter for both a male and female Warden, and can be solicited for a threesome with Alistair, Zevran or Leliana, or a foursome with both Zevran and Leliana), and throughout the second.
Hawke: "How do you know Isabella?"
Zevran: "How does anyone know Isabela?"
- The Warden him/herself can be this. The game gives him/her the opportunity to sleep with members of both genders, all four major humanoid races, a crossdressing dwarf, and even possibly a nug or two. You can even have the Warden flirt with a golem, although the golem is not particularly receptive.
- Hawke in Dragon Age II, can flirt with men, women, elves and dwarves, though the latter race is not a romance option, unfortunately.
- The player character in pretty much any given Bioware game.
- Reaver from the Fable series always has several lovers of both genders, and in the third game, every "bedfellow" at a party of his is revealed to be a werewolf, which... you probably shouldn't think about too much.
- Not to mention in the third game where you can enter his bedroom and find, sitting right next to each other, underwear, condoms... and Summon Creature potions. Again, don't think too hard about it. Please.
- Crassius Curio of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind expresses an interest in all the playable races. He also wrote a play called "The Lusty Argonian Maid". Note that Argonians aren't mammals, nor even has mammaries in Morrowind.
- The Pokémon series has Ditto. It will do it with any other species in the game, aside from Legendary Pokemon (and of course humans, though no one really knows what would happen with that pairing). It will even do it with a few species like Rotom that won't breed with anything else. Of course, many Pokemon are a lot like this since they're able to breed with any other species in their Egg Group (well-known example: Skitty/Wailord).
- In Corruption Of Champions most of the residents of Mareth, as well as the player character themselves, are this. To elaborate, among the species the player character is capable of having sex with are: goblins, imps, minotaurs, gnolls, driders, ant-people, nagas, four-breasted sand witches, a plant-person or two, tentacle monsters, various incubi, succubi, and even an omnibus or two, hellhounds, rat-people, mouse-people, kangaroo-people, two hermaphroditic anthropomorphic rabbits, a hermaphroditic anthropomorphic fox, a couple centaurs, a few cow-girls, and more. Basically, as long as you are physically capable of having sex with it, you can, and probably will, whether you want to or not.
- From Baldur's Gate, we have Bhaal, Lord of Murder, who seems to have slept with anyone and anything that was capable of sexual reproduction to ensure that either he would be resurrected or replaced when he was finally felled. This is not an exaggeration.
- Duke Nukem Forever depicts the famous Rated M for Manly protagonist encountering an earth-invading alien queen monster, complete with explictly-detailed Multi Boobage, and Duke shamelessly has to note that he'd still hit that.
- Kate Beaton's Hark A Vagrant depicted Lord Byron like this. Remember, noun means "person, place, thing or idea". Once you're done with one, you can move on to the next.
- Marena of Keychain of Creation — keep in mind, she's a Lunar Exalt (see Tabletop Games above). When asked how many people she has had sex with, Marena has to ask Secret to "Define 'people'." Her first answer was nine, because she was distracted and thought the question referred to 'at once'.
- Both Eridan and his ancestor Cronus from Homestuck count as examples of this. Eridan hits on everyone he sees, and his first conversation with a human ends with him trying to hit on her. His ancestor Cronus is even worse, trying to get people to pity him in increasingly desperate ways, to the extent that even Eridan thinks he's pathetic (that does not stop him, however, from going on a date with him). Justifiably, neither of them has gotten any.
- A borderline case, since troll reproduction doesn't really involve "sex" (as humans think of it). The Amporas are pursuing romantic relationships, not really sexual ones. (For trolls, romantic feelings lead to the production of genetic material that's somehow "better", but there's no need for the two individuals to ever be in the same place at the same time. Pails are involved.)
- Denmark from Scandinavia and the World. Word of God says that he's an "everythingsexual", though he seems to lean more towards men.
- Sore Thumbs: Rondel Mayflower IV is a self-described "multi-sexual", claiming bisexuality was "too limiting." He has been known to (spoilered for squick) eat buckets of horse semen.
- Dmitri of Spacetrawler will sleep with anything that has a sexual compatibility of over 50%, no matter how strange it may seem to everyone else. (Oddly, his conquests - so to speak - have been female so far, or close enough.)
- Joel Calley from Concession has tried to have sex, consensual or otherwise, with practically anything sexually mature. A couple times a Noodle Incident with a feral dog was brought up.
- In Skin Horse, Tip Wilkin broadens his horizons considerably after hooking up with Artie, an attractive male shape-shifting rodent, and eventually falls into this trope. By this strip, he has reached the point where he sees nothing at all strange about propositioning a winged cyborg and her shapeless protoplasmic ur-entity husband for a threesome.
- Bonabelle Fuzzmuffin III from Corgi Quest is willing to flirt with anyone and anything, including a room.
- * The Cummoner: Vilga. To date, her lovers include various men, at least two women, a pair of satyrs and a demon plant.
- Tales of MU's Mackenzie, as she's fallen in lust with women, men, and a Wholesome Crossdresser, and had sex with several more individuals that point. This includes a pair of mermaids trying to eat her, a devoutly religious woman who wants her dead, and a fox-girl that thinks she's in a magical girl anime. She does seem to prefer women, but that really does not stop her.
- Agent Lux from Protectors of the Plot Continuum. Her only known no-no is small children, as she reacted with anger (the only time she's ever been seen angry) when she walked in on a scene of child sexual abuse. Other than that, she's slept with men, women, possibly corpses, and an anthropomorphic tiger-leopard, that last while in rabbit form.
- Quoth Uncyclopedia:
"Much has been made of Oscar
's passion in 'putting it about,' whilst his sexual orientation has variously been classified as Bisexual, Homosexual, Metrosexual, Robofetishist and Cunning Linguist. Oscar himself described his sexuality as 'opportunistic'."
- Duke Devlin from Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series, he's shown interest in robots, girls possessed by A.I's, guys, pretty much anything the characters come across while he's around. He answered "maybe" upon being asked if he wanted to be anal probed by aliens, groped Tristan's butt, flirts constantly with women, woke up in bed with Tristan and Joey, and when seeing Mai in a coma made the statement, "Wanna know the best thing about unconscious chicks? They can't say 'no'". He apparently classifies Piccolo from Dragon Ball Z as a MILF.
- Puppy in Retarded Animal Babies. In one episode, he claims his goal in life is to have sex with everything in existance, claiming that he's already had sex with 16% of everything in existance.
- Ask That Guy apparently had sex with everything in his room, including the Christmas decorations and the books.
- Although Benzaie himself is usually more Bi the Way, his Bate persona shagged a coat because it was vaguely human shaped, which is apparently enough for him.
- Lady Thae'lynn N'Quy, the Big Bad of The Wulf Archives. She's perhaps the most depraved character of the entire saga, even by Xeshite standards.
- A common feature of Frederik K.T. Andersson's art gallery on Elfwood is a character known only as "The Bard," who has bedded (and had a kid with) pretty much every female fantasy creature in existence, to the point where it is a Running Gag. About the only female creature he hasn't bedded is his elven traveling companion, who is quite annoyed at his antics.
- Princess Molestia has gone after other ponies, a gryphon, a minotaur, a tree, a fluffy pony (despite not finding holes on the thing), an in-setting fictional character, an unwilling tentacle monster, her own clones, and a loaf of bread. She's molested her own sister and tried to set up foursomes including her student, her student's brother, and his wife (who is also her niece). We've also seen her fantasize about the Changeling Queen and vegan mayonnaise, change ponies physical sexes against their will with a “Rule 63 ray gun” and do ''something'' with an alicorn-sized jar of jelly. There are things she won't do, but they're pretty far out there. The only no-no’s we know about are necrophilia and Pinkie-pie. Possibly because she’s worse.
- Elizas/Elisaz of Einsteinian Roulette had sex with a tiger, tried to fondle a cyborg while wrestling it and was considered guilty of being an all-around pervert.
- Ken Shardik has been accused of genegeneering new species just so he could have sex with them. It isn't really the case, as he has sex with a lot of beings he didn't genegeneer as well and he's actually fairly selective (he meets a LOT of people over the first 35000 years of his life).
- There's Ryuk in Death Note: The Abridged Series (Kpts4tv). He'll hit that be it Light, Misa, Matsuda, or a dirty apple. There's also an awkward moment between Ryuk and Light's dad.
- Sonic from Sonic For Hire, who has had sex with practically female he's seen ... including a Birdo, a giant brain monster (drunk though), a bunch of humans, and even Wreck-it Ralph's sister! The only thing Sonic refuses to fuck is Candy Kong ...
- Sam Bradford in NFL Quarterbacks On Facebook is one as well. In addition to women, men, and his sister, Bradford has also supposedly fucked a horse, a calf, a baby rhino, and wrote a guide to his sexual exploits in the future, known as the Kama Samtra.
- Micheal Swaim from Agents Of Cracked is a Depraved Bisexual who called a barstool "hot" and asked people to bring it back to his place for an orgy. He also got kicked off a horse-enthusiast blog for trying to debate which one had the biggest slong.
- Spark from Floating Point is a living A.I. inside an entirely digital world. As a result, she could care less what shape another Program's avatar takes... male, female, furry, robot, tentacle monster, superintelligent shade of the color blue, doesn't matter for her Loveable Sex Maniac lifestyle. Others in her world don't quite feel the same way, preferring specifically gendered humanoid shapes.
- The Jenkinsverse 's Rylee Jackson would happily experiment in interspecies sex if A) any of the aliens were up for it and B) if it wouldn't inevitably result in massive internal injuries for her partner.
- Yivo from Futurama: The Beast With A Billion Backs. Shkle (Yivo's pronoun of choice) is an oddly powerful being who "merges" with trillions of life forms across the universe. What planet they are from does not matter- as long as they are organic, and have a person-level mind to "connect" with.
- Though there's occasionally taboos against robots and humans having intercourse, this is generally crossed. Then there's the many ...close encounters... between species and planets, especially the species Zapp has bedded (or claimed to). Finally, that time Fry made out with the radiator woman from the Radiator Planet. It was normal radiator.
- Drawn Together: most of the characters to some degree, but especially Foxxy Love and Captain Hero, who is the absolute incarnation of this trope, having had sex with/raped (by) everything from women, men, robots, dead bodies, children, animals, family members, his own Bizarro twin etc. (he is a very twisted individual). Honestly, he goes beyond this trope, since "moves" isn't one of his requirements, and the inability to is in fact one of his preferences.
- Ugly Americans: Randall. Which is impressive, considering the broad spectrum encompassed in the Ugly Americans universe.
- Roger the alien on American Dad!. In one episode, he actually referred to himself as a pansexual.
- "The Great Space Roaster" features a running gag of Roger having sex with books. The family even jokes about it towards the end of the episode.
Steve: Hey, Roger, go take some euphoria and rape the data journal!
Roger: I've been eyeing it, I'm not gonna lie.
- Peter and Stewie of Family Guy. What with Stewie's sexual advances on Brian the family male dog; daydreaming of a buffed up Rupert (his teddy bear); and a scene where he was hinted to have slept with a doll. Peter is attracted to women, has had sexual relationships with men (Bill Clinton for example), is Ambiguously Bi and in one instance was shown to have intentions of wanting to have sex with a tiny female rat and also was in an abusive sexual relationship with a male bull who had raped him.
- Quagmire is said to "bang anything" and is once seeing doing exactly that to meatloaf.