Quotes / No Hugging, No Kissing

You've been together for ten years and he's never laid one on ya? There's gentlemanly, and then there's just plain stupid.

Link: I guess that's worth a kiss, huh?
Zelda: Hah!

Try, try, try to arrange me / But there's no romance in my blood.
Owen Pallett, "Furniture"

They weren't shagging in the TARDIS, because that would be weird.
David Tennant (attributed) on the Doctor and Rose

"You see I wanted her real bad
And I was about to give in
That's when she started talking about true love, started talkin' about sin
I said 'Honey, I'll live with you for the rest of my life'
She said, 'No huggin no kissin till you make me a wife'"
The Georgia Satellites, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself"

Craig: Listen, Mark and I had an arrangement where if you ever need me out of your hair, just give me a shout. [winks]
The Doctor: [winks back] ...Why would I want that?
Craig: Uh, in case you want to bring someone round? A girlfriend... [eying the Doctor's clothes] or boyfriend?
The Doctor: [realizing] Oh I will! I'll shout if that happens... yes. Something like... "I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS!!"
Doctor Who, "The Lodger"

War Doctor: (watching Elizabeth the First snog the Tenth Doctor) Is there a lot of this in the future?
Eleventh Doctor: It does start to happen, yeah.
Doctor Who, "The Day of the Doctor"

Then eschew all thoughts of passion of a man-and-woman fashion from your hero's thoughtful mind.
He must spend his time on politics, and thinking up his shady tricks, and outside that he's blind.
It's enough he's had a mother, other females are a bother, though they're jeweled and glistery.
They will just distract his dreaming and his necessary scheming with that psychohistory.
Isaac Asimov, "The Foundation of S.F Success"

"Unable to be frank about such things, Star Trek has to resort to insinuation and innuendo. This often feels rather juvenile and awkward, like parents trying to talk about sex without their children catching on...Despite the fact that this is a vacation episode, Archer spends most of the episode on the villa set — creating a sense that he has simply traded one cramped and confined environment for another."
Darren Mooney on Star Trek: Enterprise, "Two Days and Two Nights"