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* In ''Film/HellComesToFrogtown'', titular character Sam Hell is one of the rare fertile males [[AfterTheEnd after the nuclear war]] killed many and rendered most of the rest sterile. [[LadyLand The government]] orders [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin him to go to a city of froglike mutants]] and mate with a group of fertile females imprisoned there. [[ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics Which is absurd]], because the amount of radiation required to induce permanent sterility would kill you if it were applied to the whole body, which is what nuclear fallout would do. Only if applied directly to the gonads could radiation permanently sterilize a person without killing them. Temporary sterility, lasting up to a few years, however, is a possibility for radiation doses that are potentially survivable. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKwteCwCSMw They seem to have accounted for that]].
* Played with in ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', as not a means of repopulation but inbreeding prevention: inhabitants of atolls (floating settlements) provide nubile females to visitors (such as nomadic sailors coming to trade). This brings problems to the protagonist when he's not willing to take the offer.

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* In ''Film/HellComesToFrogtown'', titular character Sam Hell is one of the rare fertile males [[AfterTheEnd after the nuclear war]] killed many and rendered most of the rest sterile. [[LadyLand The government]] orders [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin him to go to a city of froglike mutants]] and mate with a group of fertile females imprisoned there. (Which is, admittedly, [[ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics Which is absurd]], because the amount of not really how radiation required to induce permanent sterility would kill works]], but the title should have told you if it were applied to the whole body, which is what nuclear fallout would do. Only if applied directly to the gonads could radiation permanently sterilize a person without killing them. Temporary sterility, lasting up to a few years, however, is a possibility for radiation doses that are potentially survivable. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKwteCwCSMw They seem to have accounted for that]].
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* Played with in ''Film/{{Waterworld}}'', as not a means of repopulation but inbreeding prevention: inhabitants of atolls (floating settlements) provide nubile females to visitors (such visitors, such as nomadic sailors coming to trade).trade. This brings problems to the protagonist when he's not willing to take the offer.



* A very nice example from the ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' saga. Dryads are an elven subrace, and they need men, but they hate humans as a species. Geralt actually offers the kidnapped man some tips: "Don't think of yourself as a sex god, talk about trees and weather, when you are not needed, go away."



* A very nice example from the ''VideoGame/TheWitcher'' saga. Dryads are an elven subrace, and they need men, but they hate humans as a species. Geralt actually offers the kidnapped man some tips: "Don't think of yourself as a sex god, talk about trees and weather, when you are not needed, go away."


* Hoo boy. Knuckles from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' could be the subject of this with either [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Julie-Su]], [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Tikal]] or [[VideoGame/SonicChronicles Shade]] depending on the shipper's preference.

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* Hoo boy. Knuckles from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' could be the subject of this with either [[ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog [[ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogArchieComics Julie-Su]], [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Tikal]] or [[VideoGame/SonicChronicles Shade]] depending on the shipper's preference.


* In Franchise/DragonBall, although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku fanfics do this. Even if Fem!Goku already has a child by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.

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* In Franchise/DragonBall, ''Franchise/DragonBall'', although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku fanfics do this. Even if Fem!Goku already has a child by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.


* In "Franchise/DragonBall", although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku AUs do this. Even if Fem!Goku was already knocked up by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.

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* In "Franchise/DragonBall", Franchise/DragonBall, although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku AUs fanfics do this. Even if Fem!Goku was already knocked up has a child by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.


* In [[Franchise/DragonBall]], although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku fAUs do this. Even if Fem!Goku was already knocked up by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.

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* In [[Franchise/DragonBall]], "Franchise/DragonBall", although not as common, either Goku and Fem!Vegeta or Vegeta and Fem!Goku fAUs AUs do this. Even if Fem!Goku was already knocked up by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.


* In [[Franchise/DragonBall]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics do this.

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* In [[Franchise/DragonBall]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta Goku and Fem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics Vegeta and Fem!Goku fAUs do this. Even if Fem!Goku was already knocked up by Krillin or an OriginalCharacter.


* In [[Franchise/DragonBall]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics do this.



* In [[Manga/DragonBallZ]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics do this.

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* In [[Manga/DragonBallZ]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics do this.



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* In [[Manga/DragonBallZ]], although not as common, either GokuxFem!Vegeta or VegetaxFem!Goku fanfics do this.


** Spoofed in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/InterestingTimes''. Rincewind is stuck on a tropical island and is found by a tribe of lovely Amazons (a regional curiosity for their white skins and blonde hair) who have lost all their men to a highly specific plague and require him to repopulate their tribe. Sadly, Rincewind is magically "rescued" before he can obtain his greatest fantasy ([[ItMakesSenseInContext potatoes]]).
** Parodied in ''Discworld/{{Eric}}'', where Eric has typical adolescent male fantasies of all-female kingdoms in the jungle who regularly kidnap men and make them live with them for certain services only men can provide until they die of exhaustion. However, these "certain services" are more along the lines of mowing lawns, changing lightbulbs, killing spiders and sorting out strange noises in the attic.

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** Spoofed in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/InterestingTimes''.''Literature/InterestingTimes''. Rincewind is stuck on a tropical island and is found by a tribe of lovely Amazons (a regional curiosity for their white skins and blonde hair) who have lost all their men to a highly specific plague and require him to repopulate their tribe. Sadly, Rincewind is magically "rescued" before he can obtain his greatest fantasy ([[ItMakesSenseInContext potatoes]]).
** Parodied in ''Discworld/{{Eric}}'', ''Literature/{{Eric}}'', where Eric has typical adolescent male fantasies of all-female kingdoms in the jungle who regularly kidnap men and make them live with them for certain services only men can provide until they die of exhaustion. However, these "certain services" are more along the lines of mowing lawns, changing lightbulbs, killing spiders and sorting out strange noises in the attic.

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* In ''Film/FrankensteinIsland'', Sheila Frankenstein intends for the four captured balloonists to impregnate the Amazons so their lineage will continue.

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* ''WebComic/ElGoonishShive:'' Played for horror with Damien, a horrifically powerful seyunolu who believes himself a god, and is trying to capture fellow seyunolu Grace [[http://egscomics.com/comic/2004-01-05 in order to breed]] [[http://egscomics.com/comic/2004-01-07 an army with which to overthrow humanity]].


* ''Film/ThePostman''is asked by a young husband to impregnate his wife after it is established the Postman doesn't have any inheritable diseases.

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* ''Film/ThePostman''is ''Film/ThePostman'' is asked by a young husband to impregnate his wife after it is established the Postman doesn't have any inheritable diseases.

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*''Film/ThePostman''is asked by a young husband to impregnate his wife after it is established the Postman doesn't have any inheritable diseases.


* In ''Film/HellComesToFrogtown'', titular character Sam Hell is one of the rare fertile males [[AfterTheEnd after the nuclear war]] killed many and rendered most of the rest sterile. [[LadyLand The government]] orders [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin him to go to a city of froglike mutants]] and mate with a group of fertile females imprisoned there. Which is [[YouFailNuclearPhysicsForever absurd]], because the amount of radiation required to induce permanent sterility would kill you if it were applied to the whole body, which is what nuclear fallout would do. Only if applied directly to the gonads could radiation permanently sterilize a person without killing them. Temporary sterility, lasting up to a few years, however, is a possibility for radiation doses that are potentially survivable. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKwteCwCSMw They seem to have accounted for that]].

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* In ''Film/HellComesToFrogtown'', titular character Sam Hell is one of the rare fertile males [[AfterTheEnd after the nuclear war]] killed many and rendered most of the rest sterile. [[LadyLand The government]] orders [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin him to go to a city of froglike mutants]] and mate with a group of fertile females imprisoned there. [[ArtisticLicenseNuclearPhysics Which is [[YouFailNuclearPhysicsForever absurd]], because the amount of radiation required to induce permanent sterility would kill you if it were applied to the whole body, which is what nuclear fallout would do. Only if applied directly to the gonads could radiation permanently sterilize a person without killing them. Temporary sterility, lasting up to a few years, however, is a possibility for radiation doses that are potentially survivable. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKwteCwCSMw They seem to have accounted for that]].


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