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-->-- '''America''', ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', "Buttsex: The Musical"

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-->-- '''America''', ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', ''Webcomic/HetaliaAxisPowers'', "Buttsex: The Musical"


* Excessive amounts of bodily fluid (a woman constantly gushing out at the bottom, not just people sweating): There's a limit to how much fluid the human body can produce before becoming dehydrated, which typically heralds the end of an encounter in real life.

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* Excessive amounts of bodily fluid (a woman constantly gushing out at the bottom, not just people sweating): There's a limit to how much fluid the human body can produce before becoming dehydrated, which typically heralds the end of an encounter in real life. Similarly, a man only ejaculates up to 5ml of semen at a time, so unless there are multiple male partners present the woman is not going be drenched in it head to toe.


* Weird anatomy: Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or lack of research.

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* Weird anatomy: Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} as ExoticEquipment but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or lack of research.


* Excessive amounts of bodily fluid.
* A virgin always bleeds: A very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well. This perception is so prevalent that [[ConsummationCounterfeit faking it]] is a trope in its own right.
* All women are born with hymens, and a virgin always still has her hymen.

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* Excessive amounts of bodily fluid.
fluid (a woman constantly gushing out at the bottom, not just people sweating): There's a limit to how much fluid the human body can produce before becoming dehydrated, which typically heralds the end of an encounter in real life.
* A virgin always bleeds: A very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well. This perception is well, so prevalent that [[ConsummationCounterfeit faking it]] is a trope in its own right.
right. The reality is that some women's hymens bleed during sex and some don't, sometimes even if it's not the woman's first time, which is all totally normal.
* All women are born with hymens, and a virgin will always still has her hymen. have theirs. The hymen is ''not'' a piece of organic cling-wrap blocking the uterus. It is a thin layer of tissue inside the ''entrance'' to the vagina that is loosely donut-shaped like the rest of it, just happening to be susceptible to tearing and bleeding (which is not guaranteed), and being so close to the entrance means it can be torn by other means. Sex and even pregnancy with an intact hymen is uncommon, but absolutely possible, so the state of the hymen is not a reliable indicator. And yes, it's rare-but-possible to be born without a hymen.




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* Feeling heat in the belly after ejaculation: This experience is different for everyone. Some feel it and like it, some hate it or don't feel it at all. Naturally this variance is ignored in fiction.
* The vagina stretching to fit a huge penis: if the stretching from the dick alone approaches the realm of BalloonBelly, then it poses an immediate danger to the pelvis, leg joints, and internal organs.
* The vagina ''not'' visibly stretching to fit a huge penis: Unless the guy's poor manhood is getting painfully crushed, this is simply not physically possible and is equivalent to thinking the dick plunges into a PocketDimension.


* "Go fuck yourself!": The euphemism turned literal.

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* "Go fuck yourself!": The euphemism [[ScrewYourself turned literal.
literal]].


* The Elusive Orgasm: Since the 1990's, it's become a fairly common sex joke in comedies (film, television, whatever the case may be) that a male partner in sex has extreme difficulty giving his female partner an orgasm.

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* [[{{Anorgasmia}} The Elusive Orgasm: Orgasm]]: Since the 1990's, it's become a fairly common sex joke in comedies (film, television, whatever the case may be) that a male partner in sex has extreme difficulty giving his female partner an orgasm.


* A virgin always bleeds: A very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well.

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* A virgin always bleeds: A very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well. This perception is so prevalent that [[ConsummationCounterfeit faking it]] is a trope in its own right.


You would expect the people creating erotica to know how sex works, and yet, the movies often depict things that wouldn't really be enjoyable, should be done differently or are just plain weird. Sometimes this is usually done on purpose, to conform to what the audience wants to be true. Some of these are perfectly AcceptableBreaksFromReality, since such works caters to [[{{Fetish}} customers' sexual fantasies rather than reality]] and is intended to provide an [[MaleGaze arousing]] [[FemaleGaze display]] of the participants rather than a strictly accurate depiction of the act.

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You would expect the people creating erotica to know how sex works, and yet, the movies often depict things that wouldn't really be enjoyable, should be done differently or are just plain weird. Sometimes this This is usually done on purpose, to conform to what the audience wants to be true. Some of these are perfectly AcceptableBreaksFromReality, since such works caters to [[{{Fetish}} customers' sexual fantasies rather than reality]] and is intended to provide an [[MaleGaze arousing]] [[FemaleGaze display]] of the participants rather than a strictly accurate depiction of the act.


* Implausible lubrication or complete lack thereof. Saliva nor plain water tend to dry too quickly. Oils can degrade latex. Other works use things that are sticky and tacky.

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* Implausible lubrication or complete lack thereof. Saliva nor and plain water tend to dry too quickly. Oils can degrade latex. Other works use things that are sticky and or tacky.


* Sperm as guided missiles: Typically in fiction, if a couple have unprotected sex, the woman is absolutely ''guaranteed'' to become pregnant. It doesn't work like this in real life, as anyone who knows people ''trying'' for a baby can probably guess. [[LawOfInverseFertility This is only if the pregnancy can be used for drama, though]]. Otherwise, you can and probably will have a million JamesBond-type characters who go around having rampant sex with the GirlOfTheWeek and never have to face a consequence.

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* Sperm as guided missiles: Typically in fiction, if a couple have unprotected sex, the woman is absolutely ''guaranteed'' to become pregnant. It doesn't work like this in real life, as anyone who knows people ''trying'' for a baby can probably guess. [[LawOfInverseFertility This is only if the pregnancy can be used for drama, though]]. Otherwise, you can and probably will have a million JamesBond-type Film/JamesBond-type characters who go around having rampant sex with the GirlOfTheWeek and never have to face a consequence.

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However, this also shows up in a lot of FanFic because said fiction tends to be written by teenagers who don't know all that much about sex. It can also be an effect of DidNotDoTheResearch before writing about [[MostWritersAreMale anatomy that]] [[MostFanficWritersAreGirls the author lacks]]. Better to just use a SexyDiscretionShot and call it a day.

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However, this also shows up in a lot of FanFic because said fiction tends to be written by teenagers who don't know all that much about sex. It can also be an effect of DidNotDoTheResearch lack of research before writing about [[MostWritersAreMale anatomy that]] [[MostFanficWritersAreGirls the author lacks]]. Better to just use a SexyDiscretionShot and call it a day.



* Weird anatomy: Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or DidNotDoTheResearch.

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* Weird anatomy: Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or DidNotDoTheResearch.lack of research.


->''"Thank god for virgin 13-year old females writing gay porn."''\\
-- '''America''', ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', "Buttsex: The Musical"

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->''"Thank god for virgin 13-year old females writing gay porn."''\\
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'''America''', ''Manga/AxisPowersHetalia'', "Buttsex: The Musical"



Compare with HollywoodSex, where the sex is realistic in action but still more idealized than most sex in the real world. See MissConception, TechnicalVirgin, and ButWeUsedACondom for when characters are mis- or uninformed about sex facts.

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Compare with HollywoodSex, IdealizedSex, where the sex is realistic in action but still more idealized than most sex in the real world. See MissConception, TechnicalVirgin, and ButWeUsedACondom for when characters are mis- or uninformed about sex facts.






* "Go fuck yourself!": The euphemism turned literal.

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* "Go fuck yourself!": The euphemism turned literal.literal.

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* Inversely, a lot of pieces focusing on TheirFirstTime or virginity as a fetish will neglect to mention ''any'' difficulties with the breaking of the hymen or bleeding or pain at all, or the woman in question is having so much fun she just gets over it without even taking a breather. Realistically, pain in such a tender spot can be a real show-stopper. A disproportionate amount of fictional writing will conveniently forget that pelvic floor muscles exist at all.

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* Inversely, a lot of pieces focusing on TheirFirstTime or virginity as a fetish will neglect to mention ''any'' difficulties with the breaking of the hymen or bleeding or pain at all, or the woman in question is having so much fun she just gets over it without even taking a breather. Realistically, pain in such a tender spot can be a real show-stopper. A disproportionate amount of fictional writing will conveniently forget that pelvic floor muscles exist at all.


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* Doing it twice (in five minutes). Men tend to need a cool down period.
* Excessive amounts of semen.
* A virgin always bleeds -- a very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well.

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* Doing it twice (in five minutes). minutes): Men tend to need a cool down period.
* Excessive amounts of semen.
bodily fluid.
* A virgin always bleeds -- a bleeds: A very common and very old myth in real life, and thus it's no surprise that it turns up in many works of fiction as well.



* Female orgasm from penetration alone. While it's certainly ''possible'', approximately three-quarters of all women require direct clitoral stimulation to reach climax.
* The Elusive Orgasm -- Since the 1990's, it's become a fairly common sex joke in comedies (film, television, whatever the case may be) that a male partner in sex has extreme difficulty giving his female partner an orgasm.
* All gay men in fiction enjoy anal sex and do it every time they're intimate. And there's ''never'' foreplay. They (maybe) go from [[GuyOnGuyIsHot lovingly making out]] to diving straight into the buttsecks, with no other stimulation whatsoever.
* The idea that males receiving anal sex ALWAYS climax with little to no penis stimulation, partly because their partner ALWAYS hits the prostate.
* The Squirting Female Orgasm.
* Sperm as guided missiles. Typically in fiction, if a couple have unprotected sex, the woman is absolutely ''guaranteed'' to become pregnant. It doesn't work like this in real life, as anyone who knows people ''trying'' for a baby can probably guess. [[LawOfInverseFertility This is only if the pregnancy can be used for drama, though]]. Otherwise, you can and probably will have a million JamesBond-type characters who go around having rampant sex with the GirlOfTheWeek and never have to face a consequence.
* Nothing smells, tastes bad, or is uncomfortable. Anything that would in RealLife is glossed over.
* Everyone enjoys the same things. It's as true with sex as it is when it comes to pizza toppings.

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* Female orgasm from penetration alone. While it's certainly ''possible'', approximately three-quarters of all women require direct clitoral stimulation to reach climax.\n* The Elusive Orgasm -- Since the 1990's, it's become a fairly common sex joke in comedies (film, television, whatever the case may be) that a male partner in sex has extreme difficulty giving his female partner an orgasm.
* All gay men in fiction enjoy anal The Elusive Orgasm: Since the 1990's, it's become a fairly common sex and do it every time they're intimate. And there's ''never'' foreplay. They (maybe) go from [[GuyOnGuyIsHot lovingly making out]] to diving straight into joke in comedies (film, television, whatever the buttsecks, with no other stimulation whatsoever.case may be) that a male partner in sex has extreme difficulty giving his female partner an orgasm.
* The idea that males receiving anal All gay sex ALWAYS climax with little to no penis stimulation, partly because their partner ALWAYS hits the prostate.
* The Squirting Female Orgasm.
is anal.
* Sperm as guided missiles. missiles: Typically in fiction, if a couple have unprotected sex, the woman is absolutely ''guaranteed'' to become pregnant. It doesn't work like this in real life, as anyone who knows people ''trying'' for a baby can probably guess. [[LawOfInverseFertility This is only if the pregnancy can be used for drama, though]]. Otherwise, you can and probably will have a million JamesBond-type characters who go around having rampant sex with the GirlOfTheWeek and never have to face a consequence.
* Nothing smells, tastes bad, or is uncomfortable. uncomfortable: Anything that would in RealLife is glossed over.
* Everyone enjoys the same things. things: It's as true with sex as it is when it comes to pizza toppings.



* Weird anatomy -- Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or DidNotDoTheResearch.
* Mistaken terminology. Many writers don't actually know what names correspond to which body parts. This can lead to weird anatomy as mentioned above. Most of it is a result of badly done sex education classes which result in writers not knowing the proper terms or assuming that everything down there is the same thing.
* Bizarre comparisons -- A staple of PurpleProse, this most likely is done for either romantic or erotic reasons.
* The Happy Easy Birth-Giving Orgasm -- Some artists have drawn pregnant women skipping water-breaking and labor with just one good orgasm.
* Implausible positions -- Many of these would dislocate some joints if performed in real life.
* "Go fuck yourself!" the euphemism turned literal.

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* Weird anatomy -- anatomy: Occasionally seen in hentai, and really common in fanfics written by virgins. This generally involves misplacing body parts or making them connect, stretch, or move in ways impossible in real life. Sometimes done on purpose in SciFi and {{Fantasy}} but otherwise generally a sign of either ArtisticLicense or DidNotDoTheResearch.
* Mistaken terminology. terminology: Many writers don't actually know what names correspond to which body parts. This can lead to weird anatomy as mentioned above. Most of it is a result of badly done sex education classes which result in writers not knowing the proper terms or assuming that everything down there is the same thing.
* Bizarre comparisons -- comparisons: A staple of PurpleProse, this most likely is done for either romantic or erotic reasons.
* The Happy Easy Birth-Giving Orgasm -- Some artists have drawn pregnant women skipping water-breaking and labor with just one good orgasm.
reasons.
* Implausible positions -- positions: Many of these would dislocate some joints if performed in real life.
* "Go fuck yourself!" the yourself!": The euphemism turned literal.

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