Fair Quiet, have I found thee here,The character's intentions are never malicious or sexual. They might even be as righteous as Goodness Tropes. This is generally seen in Youngsters. As nice as Index with a Heart of Gold and as pure as Virginity Tropes. Make it warped and twisted and you've got Subverted Innocence.
And Innocence, thy sister dear!
Mistaken long, I sought you then
In busy companies of men :
Your sacred plants, if here below,
Only among the plants will grow ;
Society is all but rude,
To this delicious solitude.
— Andrew Marvell, "The Garden"