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Some forms of Gender Rarity Value could be considered a sub-trope.
Often involves the Bed Trick, Love Potion or other fantastical means of sex.
Tarquin and Sato discuss many subjects and initially the alien seems trustworthy.
However she also discovers that he had been watching her telepathically for some time and that she is not the first person to be brought here to provide companionship for him.
Men are stereotyped as constantly wanting sex and of being stronger in general than women.
Therefore, the idea that the man could have either not consented to sex with a woman or been incapable of fighting off a female aggressor if he did refuse sex is simply not taken seriously.
"Exile" is the fifty-eighth episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Enterprise, the sixth episode of season three.
For a trope that suffers a similar attitude, see Hot for Student.
Sadly, people thinking this way is Truth in Television.
For instance, some countries don't penalize sexual acts done by females as "rape", and this even extends to Sexual Harassment, too.
The episode was written by Phyllis Strong and directed by former Star Trek: Voyager actress Roxann Dawson.
Set in the 22nd century, the series follows the adventures of the first Starfleet starship Enterprise, registration NX-01.
Compare The Unfair Sex, Double Standard: Rape, Sci-Fi, Double Standard: Rape, Female on Female, Double Standard: Rape, Male on Male, Black Comedy Rape, Double Standard: Rape, Divine on Mortal, and All Women Are Lustful.