The ability to
amplify sexuality. Sub-power of Sexuality Manipulation and Indomitable Sexuality. Technique of Tantric Manipulation.
Sex/Sexual/Tantric Energy/Force Amplification/Augmentation
User can amplify sexuality of themselves and others, concentrate the targets overall sexuality to further increase sexual quality of anyone using energy, pheromones, etc, inducing complete sexual arousal; causing extreme lust, enhanced sensitivity to sexual pleasure and causing them to crave sexual interaction, regardless if they can feel love or pleasure.
May not work on asexual beings.
Succubi ( Lost Girl)
Aphrodite/Venus ( Greeco-Roman Mythology)
Eros/Cupid's ( Greco-Roman Mythology)
Aphrodite ( Marvel Comics)
Miranda Leevald/Stacy X ( Marvel Comics); via pheromones
Venus ( Marvel Comics)
Amaterasu ( The Wicked + The Divine)
Inanna ( The Wicked + The Divine)
Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy ( DC Comics)
Full Blooded Fairies ( True Blood)
Vampires ( True Blood)
Cestus ( Marvel Comics)
Fairy Blood ( True Blood)
Vampire Blood ( True Blood)
Aphrodite/Venus (Greeco-Roman Mythology), a Greco-Roman love goddess can enhance the sexual nature of others.
Eros/Cupid's (Greeco-Roman Mythology) can trigger and even enhance sexual desire on others by his arrows.
Amaterasu (The Wicked + The Divine) during her "performance."
Inanna (The Wicked + The Divine) positive energies increase others libido and sexual desire causing an orgies.
Miranda Leevald/Stacy X (Marvel Comics) is able to secrete her own pheromones upon skin-to-skin contact, allowing her to stimulate body functions in others, including sexually arousal and orgasms.
Poison Ivy (DC Comics) can use natural pheromones to enhance men lust to make them desire her.
Vampire like Bill Compton (True Blood) have supernaturally potent blood that can enhance humans libido, cause sex dream and make humans desire them even if they despise them greatly.
Full-Blooded Fairies (True Blood) have supernaturally active blood that can intoxicate vampires as much as enhance their own libidos, but has no effect on humans whatsoever.