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* Duncan [=McSmurf=] is able to tell if a fellow Smurf had "[[NocturnalEmission the Smurfette dream]]" just by smell alone in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "I Dream Of Smurfette".

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* Duncan [=McSmurf=] is able to tell if a fellow Smurf had "[[NocturnalEmission the Smurfette dream]]" just by smell alone in the ''Fanfic/EmpathTheLuckiestSmurf'' story "I Dream Of Smurfette". After Empath and Smurfette's honeymoon together, Duncan smells that Empath has lost his virginity upon the couple's return.


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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' series, [[HornyDevils White Court vampires]] can sense virginity, which led to a CrowningMomentOfFunny when Lara Raith (leader of the White Court vamps) met Carlos Ramirez (a CasanovaWannabe).
** [[JustifiedTrope Justified;]] they feed on energy, [[HornyDevils most particularly sexual energy.]]

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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' series, [[HornyDevils White Court vampires]] can sense virginity, which led to a CrowningMomentOfFunny surprise when Lara Raith (leader of the White Court vamps) met Carlos Ramirez (a CasanovaWannabe).
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CasanovaWannabe). {{Justified|Trope}} because they feed on energy, [[HornyDevils most particularly on [[HornyDevils sexual energy.]]



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* After Donna and Eric ''[[AllWomenArePrudes finally]]'' have sex in the third season of ''Series/That70sShow'', neither one admits anything to the other characters ([[AllMenArePerverts despite Eric really wanting to do so]]). When Donna goes to talk to Jackie, Jackie see her as having the words "I Had Sex" written on her forehead, and Jackie immediately rushes her away so they can talk about it. When Eric goes to talk to Bob, Bob sees Eric as having the word "Guilty" on his forehead, inidcating that Bob is suspicious, but Bob makes no sign of knowing what happened until he officially finds out a few episodes later.

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* After Donna and Eric ''[[AllWomenArePrudes finally]]'' have sex in the third season of ''Series/That70sShow'', neither one admits anything to the other characters ([[AllMenArePerverts despite Eric really wanting to do so]]). When Donna goes to talk to Jackie, Jackie see her as having the words "I Had Sex" written on her forehead, and Jackie immediately rushes her away so they can talk about it. When Eric goes to talk to Bob, Bob sees Eric as having the word "Guilty" on his forehead, inidcating that Bob is suspicious, but Bob makes no sign of knowing what happened until he officially finds out a few episodes later.



-->Guard, pulling Gabrielle aside: "Virgins only."
-->Gabrielle: "What, is it written on my forehead?!"

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One character has recently lost their virginity (or a pair of characters has recently lost their virginity together). This fact is immediately obvious to yet another character (usually, but certainly not always, an older woman), despite there being absolutely no outward sign or obvious reason to think that. The characters aren't acting cute together, there's no tell-tale MessyHair or [[SexDressed mussed clothing]], nor even the subtle aroma of "just had sex".

The other character merely looks upon the new non-virgin, as if using Virgin Vision as a superpower, and they know. (WomensMysteries, perhaps.)

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One character has recently lost their virginity (or a pair of characters has have recently lost their virginity together). This fact is immediately obvious to yet another character (usually, but certainly not always, an older woman), despite there being absolutely no outward sign or obvious reason to think that. The characters aren't acting cute together, there's no tell-tale MessyHair or [[SexDressed mussed clothing]], nor even the subtle aroma of "just had sex".

The other character merely looks upon the new non-virgin, as if using Virgin Vision as a superpower, and they know. know (WomensMysteries, perhaps.)
perhaps).


->''" *sigh* "All women can tell when another woman's had sex" cliche."''

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* In ''Fanfic/TheBoyBehindTheMask'', Toothless and Elysia could tell instantly that [[spoiler:their riders had sex the previous night]] by scent alone.


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* Subverted in ''Film/LittleDarlings'', about two girls at a summer camp competing to see who can lose their virginity first. One girl (TatumONeal) had such a charming, romantic date with her target that although they didn't have sex, she returned to her friends with a silly grin and, as they put it, "your face is all shiny". So they're sure that she did it, and she doesn't correct them. Meanwhile, the other (KristyMcNichol) does lose her virginity, but decides to deny it and is believed.



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* In ''Literature/TheSoundAndTheFury'', Ben, and only Ben, can detect the scent of his sister, which noticeably and irreversibly vanishes after she loses her virginity. Zig-zagged, however, in that Ben doesn't understand why her scent has disappeared.


-->--'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', during ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey''

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-->--'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', -->-- '''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', during ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey''


-->'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', during ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey''

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-->'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', -->--'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', during ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey''


->''" *sigh* "All women can tell when another woman's had sex" cliche."''
-->'''WebVideo/CinemaSins''', during ''Film/FiftyShadesOfGrey''



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-->"She's not a virgin!"

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* In ''VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt'', an old blind woman sniffs Ciri, declaring her a virgin and allowed to proceed to meet the [[WickedWitch Crones]].

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* ''Manga/FutariEcchi'' has Rika have the ability to tell whether someone is a virgin or isn't, just by looking at them. She mentions that she knew that Shouko, [[OlderThanTheyLook who is 24 years old, despite looking half her age]], was not a virgin and flat-out points at [[ChristmasCake Kyoko]] that she had finally lost her virginity, much to Kyoko's surprise and embarrassment.


* ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'': Kate could just ''tell'' that Ana slept with Christian.

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* ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'': In ''Literature/FiftyShadesOfGrey'', Kate could just ''tell'' that Ana slept with Christian.

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