Defintion of trope at present: Any two people, virgins or not, decide to have sex before (or during) the end of the world.
You Don't Want to Die a Virgin, Do You?
is a dialog title, and is actively misleading. On the page itself, you can find multiple examples that are using it either for the dialog, only for virgins, or, most commonly, for any life and death situation (rather than the end of the world). For example:
Going down to the end of live-action tv:
- Any life or death situation: 19
- Virgins only: 2
- Dialog rather than situation: 9
- Correct: 10
- Zero Context: 3
This is clearly showing misuse on the page itself. 77% misuse, to be exact.
Additionally, there is similar trope Pre-Climax Climax
, which is about the hero and his love interest having sex before a life and death situation.
I see a few possible solutions here.
- We would broaden You Don't Want to Die a Virgin, Do You? to be about having sex before life and death situations, and make Pre-Climax Climax a subtrope.
- We could split off the "solicits sex because they think they are about to die" variant, since that does not always lead to sex (currently the examples of this are listed as "subversions")
- We could merge the two tropes into one trope about wanting/having sex before life and death situations.
- We can keep this about end of the world sex, possibly splitting off the supertrope about any life and death situation sex, and just rename.
Any way we go, that misleading title has to go.