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* Botan in ''WebVideo/OmniBleachAbridged'' used to be this, but other people didn't see her that way and the reputation sticks with her. The only reason we know she wasn't just promiscuous is that she's ''still'' proud of her sexual exploits.
* Serious Rainbow of the [[Blog/AskSeriousRainbow blog of the same name]] is one of these, having an open relationship with her girlfriend Applejack, and sleeping with others is okay as long as they keep each other informed of it. She also doesn't tolerate cheaters, which was the cause of her fallout with [[spoiler: Gilda. Eventually, though, she finds out Gilda had been blackmailed into it and they make up. Her first question after making up? Asking if they could be friends with benefits.]]



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* ODB is often a heel, but for [[EnsembleDarkhorse some strange reason]] cannot get over as one in Wrestling/{{TNA}} even when she cheated Wrestling/GailKim, who was otherwise TNA's most popular woman, out of a match. So instead ODB is presented as a babyface who saves other faces from beat downs, stands up to bullies, protects the honor of the knockouts division, trains rookies, and will shamelessly dry hump men to get their beer.[[/folder]]

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* ODB is often a heel, but for [[EnsembleDarkhorse some strange reason]] cannot get over as one in Wrestling/{{TNA}} even when she cheated Wrestling/GailKim, who was otherwise TNA's most popular woman, out of a match. So instead ODB is presented as a babyface who saves other faces from beat downs, stands up to bullies, protects the honor of the knockouts division, trains rookies, and will shamelessly dry hump men to get their beer.beer.
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* In the ''Roleplay/MSFHighForum'', this is the general opinions of GAN, and especially Seram. Interestingly, some of the Legion can also fall under this. Michelle, especially, has switched into this due to her girlfriend breaking up with her. (Via the player leaving the game).
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* The [[http://www.avclub.com/features/savage-love/ Savage Love]] Sex advice column by Dan Savage promotes this kind of worldview. More specifically, he advocates for a policy of "GGG," which stands for "Good, Giving, and Game." Basically, people in relationship need to be both aware of what their partner likes and what squicks them out, and work out a compromise somewhere in the middle. He also advises adventurism in sex

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* The [[http://www.avclub.com/features/savage-love/ Savage Love]] Sex advice column by Dan Savage promotes this kind of worldview. More specifically, he advocates for a policy of "GGG," "GGG", which stands for "Good, Giving, and Game." Basically, people in relationship need to be both aware of what their partner likes and what squicks them out, and work out a compromise somewhere in the middle. He also advises adventurism in sexsex.



* In the ''Roleplay/MSFHighForum'', this is the general opinions of GAN, and especially Seram. Interestingly, some of the Legion can also fall under this. Michelle, especially, has switched into this due to her girlfriend breaking up with her. (Via the player leaving the game).
* The youtube video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrsTE1vpoXM How To Win Every Game in League of Legends]] play it as a metaphor. In this video, the word slut is used in a positive sense, in a context where it refers to helping your teammates as if working closely together with one of them is like a relationship and working closely with all/any of them makes one a slut.

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* In the ''Roleplay/MSFHighForum'', this is the general opinions of GAN, and especially Seram. Interestingly, some of the Legion can also fall under this. Michelle, especially, has switched into this due to her girlfriend breaking up with her. (Via the player leaving the game).
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* The youtube video [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrsTE1vpoXM How To to Win Every Game in League of Legends]] play it as a metaphor. In this video, the word slut is used in a positive sense, in a context where it refers to helping your teammates as if working closely together with one of them is like a relationship and working closely with all/any of them makes one a slut.



* While the sex life of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic has a lot of issues, his song "Everyone's A Whore On Halloween" is basically celebrating, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin whore-dom from everyone]].

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* While the sex life of WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic has a lot of issues, his song "Everyone's A a Whore On on Halloween" is basically celebrating, well, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin whore-dom from everyone]].



* Botan in ''WebVideo/OmniBleachAbridged'' used to be this, but other people didn't see her that way and the reputation sticks with her. The only reason we know she wasn't just promiscuous is that she's ''still'' proud of her sexual exploits.
* Serious Rainbow of the [[Blog/AskSeriousRainbow blog of the same name]] is one of these, having an open relationship with her girlfriend Applejack, and sleeping with others is okay as long as they keep each other informed of it. She also doesn't tolerate cheaters, which was the cause of her fallout with [[spoiler: Gilda. Eventually, though, she finds out Gilda had been blackmailed into it and they make up. Her first question after making up? Asking if they could be friends with benefits.]]



* WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo sometimes falls into this trope, especially in the first season. He's largely a CasanovaWannabe who never gets anywhere with women because of his brutish, moronic personality. However, he's always ''himself'' in those situations, and would never consider lying or trying to trick a woman into liking him. In one episode that parodies ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'', a KavorkaMan uses sensitivity and politeness to pick up girls, and offers to teach Johnny his ways--but at the end of the episode, the guy explains that he's been lying the whole time, and would pretty much say or do anything to get a date, [[{{Jerkass}} figuring it's OK as long as he asks politely.]] [[EveryoneHasStandards Johnny is thoroughly disgusted with the man]] and even helps to make sure that [[EngineeredPublicConfession the jerk's former flames are in earshot of his confession]].

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* WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo sometimes falls into this trope, especially in the first season. He's largely a CasanovaWannabe who never gets anywhere with women because of his brutish, moronic personality. However, he's always ''himself'' in those situations, and would never consider lying or trying to trick a woman into liking him. In one episode that parodies ''WesternAnimation/SchoolhouseRock'', a KavorkaMan uses sensitivity and politeness to pick up girls, and offers to teach Johnny his ways--but ways -- but at the end of the episode, the guy explains that he's been lying the whole time, and would pretty much say or do anything to get a date, [[{{Jerkass}} figuring it's OK as long as he asks politely.]] [[EveryoneHasStandards Johnny is thoroughly disgusted with the man]] and even helps to make sure that [[EngineeredPublicConfession the jerk's former flames are in earshot of his confession]].


This character is a moral and benevolent person, at least when it comes to matters of romance and sexuality. A person who has a strong (and reasonable) [[ForHappiness ethical code]], a strong (and not [[AbuseMistake misguided]]) sense of empathy, or both. They also strongly believe in UsefulNotes/{{consent}} consent. Because of this, regardless of this ''or'' in spite of this (depending on the setting), the character believes that SexIsGood and that it's wrong to impose limits to what sexuality should be like.

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This character is a moral and benevolent person, at least when it comes to matters of romance and sexuality. A person who has a strong (and reasonable) [[ForHappiness ethical code]], a strong (and not [[AbuseMistake misguided]]) sense of empathy, or both. They also strongly believe in UsefulNotes/{{consent}} consent.UsefulNotes/{{consent}}. Because of this, regardless of this ''or'' in spite of this (depending on the setting), the character believes that SexIsGood and that it's wrong to impose limits to what sexuality should be like.


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This character is a moral and benevolent person, at least when it comes to matters of romance and sexuality. A person who has a strong (and reasonable) [[ForHappiness ethical code]], a strong (and not [[AbuseMistake misguided]]) sense of empathy, or both. They also strongly believe in [[UsefulNotes/{{Consent}} consent]]. Because of this, regardless of this ''or'' in spite of this (depending on the setting), the character believes that SexIsGood and that it's wrong to impose limits to what sexuality should be like.

This is a character who is strongly opposed to [[AbuseTropes abuse]], [[SexualHarassmentAndRapeTropes predation]], [[SexualExtortion exploitation]], [[EntitledToHaveYou entitlement]] and {{Double Standard}}s, while at the same time also opposing judgmental and moralistic attitudes about such matters as [[ReallyGetsAround promiscuity]], {{Polyamory}}, [[MyGirlIsASlut Open Relationships]], FriendsWithBenefits, homosexuality, [[CasualKink BDSM]] and MalignedMixedMarriage. Since this standpoint is a personal one, the character does not have to be interested in politics or activism. The character is simply leading by example by (directly or indirectly) embracing a wide range of sexuality, either by practicing sexual varietism or by professing their belief in the free love doctrine and by caring about the emotions of everyone involved and it isn't necessary for the character to [[ReallyGetsAround have an active sex life]].

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This character is a moral and benevolent person, at least when it comes to matters of romance and sexuality. A person who has a strong (and reasonable) [[ForHappiness ethical code]], a strong (and not [[AbuseMistake misguided]]) sense of empathy, or both. They also strongly believe in [[UsefulNotes/{{Consent}} consent]].UsefulNotes/{{consent}} consent. Because of this, regardless of this ''or'' in spite of this (depending on the setting), the character believes that SexIsGood and that it's wrong to impose limits to what sexuality should be like.

This is a character who is strongly opposed to [[AbuseTropes abuse]], {{abuse|Tropes}}, [[SexualHarassmentAndRapeTropes predation]], [[SexualExtortion exploitation]], [[EntitledToHaveYou entitlement]] and {{Double Standard}}s, while at the same time also opposing judgmental and moralistic attitudes about such matters as [[ReallyGetsAround promiscuity]], {{Polyamory}}, [[MyGirlIsASlut Open Relationships]], open relationships]], FriendsWithBenefits, homosexuality, [[CasualKink BDSM]] and MalignedMixedMarriage. Since this standpoint is a personal one, the character does not have to be interested in politics or activism. The character is simply leading by example by (directly or indirectly) embracing a wide range of sexuality, either by practicing sexual varietism or by professing their belief in the free love doctrine and by caring about the emotions of everyone involved and it isn't necessary for the character to [[ReallyGetsAround have an active sex life]].






* [[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan'' may fit. His hobby includes visiting Red-Light Districts. He has many lovers, and is called a womanizer by other characters. But he doesn't seem sleazy, hateful or negative toward women. His last lover was a hooker, but he says she was a good woman. He also had a relationship with said lover's mother-which said lover knew about as she's the one that tells Lenalee and the readers. He flirts with Lenalee, commenting how beautiful she has become, and that he'd have come to save everyone sooner had he known she was there. Lenalee talks to him about his last lover, [[MissKitty Anita]], he then talks to Lenalee about what a good woman she was, [[spoiler: knowing that she'd been killed]]. So, doesn't seem he dehumanizes prostitutes.

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[[ChivalrousPervert Cross Marian]] of ''Manga/DGrayMan'' may fit. His hobby includes visiting Red-Light Districts. He has many lovers, and is called a womanizer by other characters. But he doesn't seem sleazy, hateful or negative toward women. His last lover was a hooker, but he says she was a good woman. He also had a relationship with said lover's mother-which said lover knew about as she's the one that tells Lenalee and the readers. He flirts with Lenalee, commenting how beautiful she has become, and that he'd have come to save everyone sooner had he known she was there. Lenalee talks to him about his last lover, [[MissKitty Anita]], he then talks to Lenalee about what a good woman she was, [[spoiler: knowing that she'd been killed]]. So, doesn't seem he dehumanizes prostitutes.



* Shinobu Handa of [[YuriGenre ''Shoujo Sect'']], as well as a couple of the girls in her sizable harem. Shinobu is forever pining for [[LoveInterest Momoko Naitou]], but she will happily cavort with any ''willing'' female. Contrast to Ohkami Sayuri, who forces herself on Shinobu in the manga, and extorts her by threatening Naitou with a scandal in the anime. When asked why she allowed herself to be put in that position, Shinobu replied that no matter the circumstances, [[WouldntHitAGirl she couldn't bring herself to hurt a girl.]]
* Queen Iono of ''[[Manga/IonoTheFanatics Iono-Sama Fanatics]]'' is a polyamorous lesbian who cares passionately about each and every one of her ''thousands of concubines''. And also runs her country well, though the giant harem [[RealityEnsues causes some problems for the economy]].

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* Shinobu Handa of [[YuriGenre ''Shoujo Sect'']], ''[[YuriGenre Shoujo Sect]]'', as well as a couple of the girls in her sizable harem. Shinobu is forever pining for [[LoveInterest Momoko Naitou]], but she will happily cavort with any ''willing'' female. Contrast to Ohkami Sayuri, who forces herself on Shinobu in the manga, and extorts her by threatening Naitou with a scandal in the anime. When asked why she allowed herself to be put in that position, Shinobu replied that no matter the circumstances, [[WouldntHitAGirl she couldn't bring herself to hurt a girl.]]
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* Queen Iono of ''[[Manga/IonoTheFanatics Iono-Sama Fanatics]]'' ''Manga/IonoTheFanatics'' is a polyamorous lesbian who cares passionately about each and every one of her ''thousands of concubines''. And also runs her country well, though the giant harem [[RealityEnsues causes some problems for the economy]].



-->"Ah, to be ethical sluts. Only ''half'' of it perfected. You're a nice person...doesn't mean you're a good one''.

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* Within ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', both ''ComicBook/IronMan'' and ''ComicBook/TheWasp'' qualify. Tony is quite TheCasanova, but despite his history of being a war profiteer, of which he is genuinely repentant about and has suffered considerably to atone for it, he's generally one of the most moral, if pragmatic, Avengers (at least until ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' happened, but after this blew out he's came to repent and regret this, too). Janet meanwhile was always flirting with her teammates, and after her divorce from Hank Pym, she romanced many partners, including Iron Man himself, under his civilian alias (though when she found out Tony's identity, she broke things off because he was one of her ex-husband's best friends). Though both have their share of flaws, they're generally some of the nicest people to be friends with and treat all the Avengers like family, even the minor ones they have little history with, and just so happen to also be fond of sex.[

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* Within ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', both ''ComicBook/IronMan'' ComicBook/IronMan and ''ComicBook/TheWasp'' ComicBook/TheWasp qualify. Tony is quite TheCasanova, but despite his history of being a war profiteer, of which he is genuinely repentant about and has suffered considerably to atone for it, he's generally one of the most moral, if pragmatic, Avengers (at least until ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' happened, but after this blew out he's came to repent and regret this, too). Janet meanwhile was always flirting with her teammates, and after her divorce from Hank Pym, she romanced many partners, including Iron Man himself, under his civilian alias (though when she found out Tony's identity, she broke things off because he was one of her ex-husband's best friends). Though both have their share of flaws, they're generally some of the nicest people to be friends with and treat all the Avengers like family, even the minor ones they have little history with, and just so happen to also be fond of sex.[






** ''Tai'' is another good example of the female version of ''Ethical Slut'', even if she's a bit [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1603 forward when tipsy]] (and [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1688 again]] and becoming more so with every cell).

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** ''Tai'' Tai is another good example of the female version of ''Ethical Slut'', version, even if she's a bit [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1603 forward when tipsy]] (and [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=1688 again]] and becoming more so with every cell).



* in ''WebComic/SabrinaOnline'', the porn star Zig Zag is portrayed as a really good person. Her coworkers are likely to hold the same high ethical standards as well, but the readers don't get to know them well enough to tell. She's portrayed similarly in the old run of Webcomic/BadlyDrawnKitties; she goes beyond flirtiness to pushiness, but when Lydia points out that she (Lydia) already has a boyfriend, Zig immediately backs off, saying "You can take away someone's inhibitions, but you can't take away love."

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* in ''WebComic/SabrinaOnline'', ''Webcomic/SabrinaOnline'', the porn star Zig Zag is portrayed as a really good person. Her coworkers are likely to hold the same high ethical standards as well, but the readers don't get to know them well enough to tell. She's portrayed similarly in the old run of Webcomic/BadlyDrawnKitties; she goes beyond flirtiness to pushiness, but when Lydia points out that she (Lydia) already has a boyfriend, Zig immediately backs off, saying "You can take away someone's inhibitions, but you can't take away love."



** Joe from the same comic is a subversion; he finds it very important that everyone involved is consenting and having a good time but also holds a very dehumanizing view of any potential partner (i.e. every walking woman above legal age). This goes badly wrong for him eventually, and leads to conflict with his father - who doesn’t appear to share Joe’s standards.

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** Joe from the same comic is a subversion; he finds it very important that everyone involved is consenting and having a good time but also holds a very dehumanizing view of any potential partner (i.e. every walking woman above legal age). This goes badly wrong for him eventually, and leads to conflict with his father - father, who doesn’t appear to share Joe’s standards.



* ''Webcomic/GirlsWithSlingshots'': Hazel's boyfriend Zach, who slept with at least three hundred other women before dating her, describes it as "helping virgins have a good first time, and helping elderly women feel loved again". Zach's relationship with Hazel is actually an inversion; he wants to settle down and raise a family with her, and she just wants to have sex, which is a sticking point between them [[spoiler: and ultimately, a deal-breaker]].
** there is the rather dubious business of Jamie being “technically a virgin” while shamelessly exploiting her abundant charms to get free drinks.

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Hazel's boyfriend Zach, who slept with at least three hundred other women before dating her, describes it as "helping virgins have a good first time, and helping elderly women feel loved again". Zach's relationship with Hazel is actually an inversion; he wants to settle down and raise a family with her, and she just wants to have sex, which is a sticking point between them [[spoiler: and ultimately, a deal-breaker]].
** there There is the rather dubious business of Jamie being “technically a virgin” while shamelessly exploiting her abundant charms to get free drinks.


* Shinobu Handa of [[YuriGenre Shoujo Sect]], as well as a couple of the girls in her sizable harem. Shinobu is forever pining for [[LoveInterest Momoko Naitou]], but she will happily cavort with any ''willing'' female. Contrast to Ohkami Sayuri, who forces herself on Shinobu in the manga, and extorts her by threatening Naitou with a scandal in the anime. When asked why she allowed herself to be put in that position, Shinobu replied that no matter the circumstances, [[WouldntHitAGirl she couldn't bring herself to hurt a girl.]]

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* Shinobu Handa of [[YuriGenre Shoujo Sect]], ''Shoujo Sect'']], as well as a couple of the girls in her sizable harem. Shinobu is forever pining for [[LoveInterest Momoko Naitou]], but she will happily cavort with any ''willing'' female. Contrast to Ohkami Sayuri, who forces herself on Shinobu in the manga, and extorts her by threatening Naitou with a scandal in the anime. When asked why she allowed herself to be put in that position, Shinobu replied that no matter the circumstances, [[WouldntHitAGirl she couldn't bring herself to hurt a girl.]]

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* In the ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' fic ''[[https://archiveofourown.org/works/14188524/chapters/32705163 Lord of Darkness]]'', while Harry has had sex with virtually every girl who has expressed an interest in him (including Professor Sinistra and Tonks), he has never gone out of his way to seduce women in committed relationships (while he has had flings with women while they were involved with others, both parties understood it was just a brief 'for the heck of it' fling), and is willing to adapt according to what each partner expects or wants sexually.

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* ''ComicBook/BlackCanary'': When Dinah and Ollie are together, they have a very active sex life, and in times where they're not together she's often shown to have an active dating life. However, though their relationship has been rocky from both sides, its notable she's never been anything but faithful and honest even when he's not been. Even the time when she [[SlutShaming blamed Ollie]] for [[DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale his own rape]], it was such a blatant case of the writer making a CriticalResearchFailure describing the situation that they probably didn't realise it was rape.


** According to the Valar Project's ''Book of Erotic Fantasy'', Good characters can be raging sex-addicts, despite the stereotype of a "good person" waiting for marriage and performing strict monogamy afterward. The one rule absolutely necessary for a LawfulGood character is that everyone involved must know and agree ahead of time what they're in for - and what is ''not'' going to happen, e.g. a relationship. Everything else, like monogamy or celibacy, is up to the specific character.
** Reinforced by the official ''Book of Exalted Deeds'' sourebook. While Good characters may certainly choose to take a Vow of Chastity ([[GameplayAndStoryIntegration +4 perfection bonus on Will saves against charms and illusions]]), there is nothing inherently evil about sexuality, and Good characters are free to enter sexual relationships as they please. They do have to be aware of the troublesome power dynamics that are often involved in sex and relationships, and be careful that their own relationships (no matter how short they are or how many people they involve) are relationships of mutual respect and consent.

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** According to the Valar Project's ''Book of Erotic Fantasy'', Good characters can be raging sex-addicts, despite the stereotype of a "good person" waiting for marriage and performing strict monogamy afterward. The one rule absolutely necessary for a LawfulGood character is that everyone involved must know and agree ahead of time what they're in for - and what is ''not'' going to happen, e.g. a long-term relationship. Everything else, like monogamy or celibacy, is up to the specific character.
** Reinforced This is reinforced by the official ''Book of Exalted Deeds'' sourebook. While Good characters may certainly choose to take a Vow of Chastity ([[GameplayAndStoryIntegration +4 perfection bonus on Will saves against charms and illusions]]), and several Exalted spells require that the caster have abstained from sexual activity for a time beforehand, there is nothing inherently evil about sexuality, and sexuality. Good characters are free to enter sexual relationships as they please. They do have character just need to be aware of the potentially troublesome power dynamics that are often involved in sex and relationships, sex, and be careful that their own relationships (no matter how short they are or how many people they involve) are relationships of built upon mutual respect and consent.



*** The same book lists various Celestial paragons, including Morwel, Queen of the Eladrins (Chaotic Good celestial elves)... and [[{{OT3}} her two]] [[BiTheWay current consorts]].
* In the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' game ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'', most members of the Cult of Ecstasy are this.
** Similarly, Satyrs in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'' aim for the same thing, especially if they're of the Seelie Court. They love a good party and (for mature ones) a good screw, and they may have trouble understanding their lovers' sense of fidelity, but they make an effort to bring out all the good elements of sex and minimize the heartbreak. For Unseelie Satyrs, though, it starts at TheCasanova and occasionally gets worse.
*** Satyrs are also like this in ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}''. They're quite likely to simply walk up to a person and say "Hey, you're cute. Want to have sex?". And while they're often confused by the vehemence of the "no" that they get from other humanoids, that "no" is accepted without question or hard feelings. As the ''Fantasy Folk" sourcebook states, a father might not want to leave his virgin daughter alone with a satyr, but he can take whatever comfort he can in the fact that, whatever her condition when he returns, it was her choice.

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*** The same book lists various Celestial paragons, including Morwel, Queen of the Eladrins (Chaotic Good celestial elves)... and [[{{OT3}} [[{{Polyamory}} her two]] [[BiTheWay current consorts]].
* In the ''TabletopGame/OldWorldOfDarkness'' game ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'', most members of the Cult of Ecstasy are this.
** Similarly, Satyrs in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'' aim for the same thing, especially if they're of the Seelie Court. They love a good party and (for mature ones) a good screw, and they may have trouble understanding their lovers' sense of fidelity, but they make an effort to bring out all the good elements of sex and minimize the heartbreak. For Unseelie Satyrs, though, it starts at TheCasanova and occasionally gets worse.
*** Satyrs are also like this in ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}''. They're quite likely to simply walk up to a person and say "Hey, you're cute. Want to have sex?". And while they're often confused by the vehemence of the "no" that they get from other humanoids, that "no" is accepted without question or hard feelings. As the ''Fantasy Folk" sourcebook states, a father might not want to leave his virgin daughter alone with a satyr, but he can take whatever comfort he can in the fact that, whatever her condition when he returns, it was her choice.
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'', [[FaunsAndSatyrs Satyrs]] are quite likely to simply walk up to a person and say "Hey, you're cute. [[DoYouWantToCopulate Want to have sex?"]] And while they're often confused by the vehemence of the "no" that they get from other humanoids, [[ChivalrousPervert that "no" is accepted without question or hard feelings.]] As the ''Fantasy Folk" sourcebook states, a father might not want to leave his virgin daughter alone with a satyr, but he can take whatever comfort he can in the fact that, whatever her condition when he returns, it was her choice.
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** In ''TabletopGame/MageTheAscension'', most members of the Cult of Ecstasy are this.
** Similarly, Satyrs in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming'' aim for the same thing, especially if they're of the Seelie Court. They love a good party and (for mature ones) a good screw, and they may have trouble understanding their lovers' sense of fidelity, but they make an effort to bring out all the good elements of sex and minimize the heartbreak. For Unseelie Satyrs, though, it starts at TheCasanova and occasionally gets worse.

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* Lelouch and Milly in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/12290311/1/The-Black-Emperor The Black Emperor]]'' are quite happy to take other women to their bed but always do so together and are both plotting their campaign to overthrow Britannia and liberate it's colonies.


* ''Oddman 11'''s Shiraishi is a [[LittleBitBeastly cute cat girl]] that is considered a slut by everyone who knows her. She takes pride in this fact, and while she has indeed [[ReallyGetsAround known several people in the biblical sense]], it's explicitly pointed out that she is only a "slut" in that she does absolutely everything her current boyfriend wants in bed.

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* ''Oddman 11'''s ''Manga/Oddman11'''s Shiraishi is a [[LittleBitBeastly cute cat girl]] that is considered a slut by everyone who knows her. She takes pride in this fact, and while she has indeed [[ReallyGetsAround known several people in the biblical sense]], it's explicitly pointed out that she is only a "slut" in that she does absolutely everything her current boyfriend wants in bed.

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** For his part, Strongbow has no problem whatsoever with Moonshade offering to have sex with someone else, and is only annoyed by the admirer's clingy and circuitous behavior. It's a subversion of expectations to most readers when he grabs his lifemate's admirer by the lapels, gets in his face...and demands that he stop beating around the bush and ask for what he wants already, dammit.


* ComicBook/LoriLovecraft has a ''very'' active sex life, with an [[ReallyGetsAround unending string of boyfriends, and is willing to fall into bed at the drop of a hat (or other item of clothing). However, she open about her free love philosophy with her partners, and her boyfriends are generally okay with her not being exclusive. Also she has never taken advantage of the CastingCouch to advance her acting career: preferring to win roles on her merits (such as they are) and saving sex for those she cares about.

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* ComicBook/LoriLovecraft has a ''very'' active sex life, with an [[ReallyGetsAround unending string of boyfriends, boyfriends]], and is willing to fall into bed at the drop of a hat (or other item of clothing). However, she open about her free love philosophy with her partners, and her boyfriends are generally okay with her not being exclusive. Also she has never taken advantage of the CastingCouch to advance her acting career: preferring to win roles on her merits (such as they are) and saving sex for those she cares about.


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* Within ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', both ''ComicBook/IronMan'' and ''ComicBook/TheWasp'' qualify. Tony is quite TheCasanova, but despite his history of being a war profiteer, of which he is genuinely repentant about and has suffered considerably to atone for it, he's generally one of the most moral, if pragmatic, Avengers (at least until ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' happened, but after this blew out he's came to repent and regret this, too). Janet meanwhile was always flirting with her teammates, and after her divorce from Hank Pym, she romanced many partners, including Iron Man himself, under his civilian alias (though when she found out Tony's identity, she broke things off because he was one of her ex-husband's best friends). Though both have their share of flaws, they're generally some of the nicest people to be friends with and treat all the Avengers like family, even the minor ones they have little history with, and just so happen to also be fond of sex.
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* Within ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', both ''ComicBook/IronMan'' and ''ComicBook/TheWasp'' qualify. Tony is quite TheCasanova, but despite his history of being a war profiteer, of which he is genuinely repentant about and has suffered considerably to atone for it, he's generally one of the most moral, if pragmatic, Avengers (at least until ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' happened, but after this blew out he's came to repent and regret this, too). Janet meanwhile was always flirting with her teammates, and after her divorce from Hank Pym, she romanced many partners, including Iron Man himself, under his civilian alias (though when she found out Tony's identity, she broke things off because he was one of her ex-husband's best friends). Though both have their share of flaws, they're generally some of the nicest people to be friends with and treat all the Avengers like family, even the minor ones they have little history with, and just so happen to also be fond of sex.
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* ComicBook/LoriLovecraft has a ''very'' active sex life, with an [[ReallyGetsAround unending string of boyfriends, and is willing to fall into bed at the drop of a hat (or other item of clothing). However, she open about her free love philosophy with her partners, and her boyfriends are generally okay with her not being exclusive. Also she has never taken advantage of the CastingCouch to advance her acting career: preferring to win roles on her merits (such as they are) and saving sex for those she cares about.
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* Within ''ComicBook/TheAvengers'', both ''ComicBook/IronMan'' and ''ComicBook/TheWasp'' qualify. Tony is quite TheCasanova, but despite his history of being a war profiteer, of which he is genuinely repentant about and has suffered considerably to atone for it, he's generally one of the most moral, if pragmatic, Avengers (at least until ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' happened, but after this blew out he's came to repent and regret this, too). Janet meanwhile was always flirting with her teammates, and after her divorce from Hank Pym, she romanced many partners, including Iron Man himself, under his civilian alias (though when she found out Tony's identity, she broke things off because he was one of her ex-husband's best friends). Though both have their share of flaws, they're generally some of the nicest people to be friends with and treat all the Avengers like family, even the minor ones they have little history with, and just so happen to also be fond of sex.


* Aleah Welch bka the Ferrari Girl in ''Film/NationalLampoonsVacation'' qualifies as one. She and Clark Griswold come close to [[TwoPersonPoolParty having sex in the motel pool]] when in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz_zTwJObU this scene]] she realizes that would constitute cheating. Joe Pollack recognized that she's an ethic slut in his review of the film:

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* Aleah Welch bka the Ferrari Girl in ''Film/NationalLampoonsVacation'' qualifies as one. She and Clark Griswold come close to [[TwoPersonPoolParty having sex in the motel pool]] when in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lz_zTwJObU this scene]] she realizes that would constitute cheating. Joe Pollack recognized that she's an ethic ethical slut in his review of the film:

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