Knuke said:
I'm just gonna be that guy: Any sexy time or nah?
Nah. The kids like, got the hots for one of the instructors, who used to be a model, but other than that no
There is a fetish scene in one of the Narnia books "The silver chair" where one of the antagonist, a witch, tries to trap the heroes by making them forget their quest and their origins, using a magic music instrument and intoxicating fumes.

There are also the sirens in the Odysee of Ulysse, one of the oldest recorded forms of mind control.
Whisper said:
There is a fetish scene in one of the Narnia books "The silver chair" where one of the antagonist, a witch, tries to trap the heroes by making them forget their quest and their origins, using a magic music instrument and intoxicating fumes.

There are also the sirens in the Odysee of Ulysse, one of the oldest recorded forms of mind control.
I need a transcript of that Narnia scene
Rotem_Dishon said:

In the Codex Alera series, there are Earth Crafters (who can induce lust), Fire Crafters (who can manitpulate emotions, but rarely do so), there are the Aleran slave collars (which reward obedience with orgasmic bliss so intense that when it stops, normal existence is perceived by the wearer as agony by comparison),
oh man, I forgot those lust collars/drug? in codex alera - if that scene had gone a bit differently and was a bit less thematically dark [as you said], it would have been hella hawt
Whisper said:
There is a fetish scene in one of the Narnia books "The silver chair" where one of the antagonist, a witch, tries to trap the heroes by making them forget their quest and their origins, using a magic music instrument and intoxicating fumes.

There are also the sirens in the Odysee of Ulysse, one of the oldest recorded forms of mind control.
we get a lot of cleaned up versions of myths, but yeah, there's probably quite a few classic myths that involve sex and some form of mind control
TheFinalAnubis said:
I need a transcript of that Narnia scene
https://gutenberg.ca/ebooks/lewiscs-silverchair/lewiscs-silverchair-00-h.html#chap12

There you go!
That's some high quality musical enchantment right there. The way the dude snaps himself out of it is pretty ballsy too
Not a book, but arguable literature

the musical "Be More Chill"

a loser in high school wants to be cool, so he takes a SQUIP pill [Super Quantum Unit Internal Processor]
the pill basically puts a voice in his head that tells him what to do to be popular and get ahead
The SQUIP can do things like increase his pheromone production, cause or negate pain [say, to incentivize or stop him from doing something], or block someone from his sight so he doesn't even notice them

spoilers here, but towards the end, the SQUIP enacts a plans to take over all the people in the school play [the first step before the school, and then the world] - at this point, it can also partially control him, and it takes control of the girl he likes and maker her say she loves him

the 2 most pertinent parts

the Pitiful Children
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ynIUUBg7zuA&t=0s&index=18&list=PLPcbxYVdJ67F2KCOD_8YYluWbzgUEtJNF

The Play
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hiiEdZpFTI&t=0s&index=20&list=PLPcbxYVdJ67F2KCOD_8YYluWbzgUEtJNF

most of the musical

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPcbxYVdJ67F2KCOD_8YYluWbzgUEtJNF
someguy231 said:
As far as I read in the Legend of Drizzt novels, for the Dark Elf Trilogy, Malice Do'Urden loves to use the Command Spell, if that counts as MC.
Also, to go back on the Legend of Drizzt novels, IIRC Regis has a Ruby Pendant that can influence people's thoughts. I think at the most it acts like a Suggestion spell, but I don't recall exactly. I'mma have to dig through it again.
Burroughs intentionally wrote to be more horrific and disgusting than arousing, but there's some gay mind control among all the weird bits in Naked Lunch, by William S Burroughs.
When Dr. Benway is first introduced there's a segment where he talks about how he's been using his research on how to compromise enemy agents to brainwash young men into his sex slaves.
There's also some bits about how everyone in Benway's organization know they have to watch out because if they piss off the wrong manager they can get Benway to condition them into Absolute Obedience, but that part is never elaborated on.
Mistborn has rioting and soothing. Not direct mind control, but "emotional allomancy"
notanotheralias said:
Burroughs intentionally wrote to be more horrific and disgusting than arousing, but there's some gay mind control among all the weird bits in Naked Lunch, by William S Burroughs.
When Dr. Benway is first introduced there's a segment where he talks about how he's been using his research on how to compromise enemy agents to brainwash young men into his sex slaves.
There's also some bits about how everyone in Benway's organization know they have to watch out because if they piss off the wrong manager they can get Benway to condition them into Absolute Obedience, but that part is never elaborated on.
I love that book and the movie too (the latter being one of my ten favorite films ever).
Oh hey, I just recalled some pretty good MC scenes in some books I loved. The first one is a failed attempt at mind-controlling spoiler in the second cycle of Roger Zelazny's Amber series. spoiler In that same series, there's a few other examples, such as a body-shifting demon who possesses several supporting characters, and the ability to force obedience through special cards, called "Trumps", that function as a telepathic means of communication.

The second example is in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy series called Artemis Fowl, by Irish author Eoin Colfer. The fairies in that have a special ability, called the "Mesmer", which is pretty much standard hypno-eyes (although it's described in-universe as also functioning off the impression of an attractive voice, so it's sort of mix). It happens several times throughout, both to males and females, but the scene which I love and I'm referring to here is malesub. It happens in Book 5, "The Lost Colony", and basically, as the title indicates, a colony of demons have been lost in time, isolated from other fairy-folk. They are led by a deceitful, manipulative guy, Abbot, who, unlike other demons, can use magic, because he stole some from fairies a long time ago. There's a council of demons which he's brainwashed to follow him, and the newest member in the book spoiler
I'll post this scene right here, in a spoiler tag (be warned : this is a wall of text). This is lifted from chapter 14.

spoiler
Rotem_Dishon said:
I don't know about the other two, but in the case of the Dresden Files series, I'd guess that it fails to be titillating largely because Butcher consistently portrays most cases of mind control as nightmarish scenarios that invariably end with the controlled person either dead or insane, and the controller either insane or twisted into a complete monster.
I mean, that's true, but as a fetishizer of it, I might still be titillated by a scene that was not intended to be erotic, or even horrific [although there are also some that maybe intend to be erotic and horrific]
Grim said:
I mean, that's true, but as a fetishizer of it, I might still be titillated by a scene that was not intended to be erotic, or even horrific [although there are also some that maybe intend to be erotic and horrific]
...Did you just feel the need to respond again 20 days later? you know what, never mind that.

Everything you've just said is true. I'm not not arguing that. But you yourself said those scenes did not titillate you, and they did not titillate me (a fellow fetishizer of such themes, if you will) either, despite the fact that many of those scene could have very easily been written with erotic tones (overt or otherwise). In the end I consider it to be a testament to Butcher's strength as writer that this is so (because I think it's better for the stories), but if you or anyone else happen to find those scenes arousing, well, good on you then. Have fun with it. And, hopefully, enjoy the rest of the books too, they're quite good.
Tadashii Kodomo no Tsukurikata! has a mind control ESPer, he can make puppets from other people after contacting them, make a large group of zombie like servants, or a small group more distinct personalities (make them act as usual), the goal is to have the MC have sex -> break a destined couple apart -> change the future blar blar blar....

MC marks: have ring eyes, 2 or 3 around their pupils, act weird, out of character, assault our main chars (both hero and heroine), lose their memories after the act.

I'll upload some pics later, been on hiatus for awhile so gotta collect them again.
In the book series, The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan, certain people, called Aes Sedai can channel The One Power to do all sorts of neat and deadly things. But the one in particular I am thinking about is called Compulsion. Using this "weave" (The one power is used by weaving aspects of Fire, Earth, Wind, Water, and Spirit together in different ways to perform different acts) the person using it can make other people do what they want to varying degrees. Most of the time it's seen, it makes people fall into a happy blissful state where they believe and do whatever the person who cast it on them tells them to. One of the villains, Graendal, likes to make entire royal houses her play things. Usually by using so much compulsion that they worship her and become damaged and can never recover.

There are several points in the book series where compulsion is used, often times on the heroines of the book, although it's generally fairly brief. But the idea remains very fun for some fan fiction ideas.
laststand0810 said:
Tadashii Kodomo no Tsukurikata! has a mind control ESPer, he can make puppets from other people after contacting them, make a large group of zombie like servants, or a small group more distinct personalities (make them act as usual), the goal is to have the MC have sex -> break a destined couple apart -> change the future blar blar blar....

MC marks: have ring eyes, 2 or 3 around their pupils, act weird, out of character, assault our main chars (both hero and heroine), lose their memories after the act.

I'll upload some pics later, been on hiatus for awhile so gotta collect them again.
I'd like to read this - not wanting to sound impatient but no scans were posted :) Could you tell us which vol/chapter (approximately) this happens in ? Or even just the name of the character ?
TheMadPrince said:
I'd like to read this - not wanting to sound impatient but no scans were posted :) Could you tell us which vol/chapter (approximately) this happens in ? Or even just the name of the character ?
ah lol, I was so lazy for that, sorry, hope someone else can do, it's like 20 or 30 pages so i'm gonna lose a whole evening just to do search and upload =))

anyway, it was from the very start and scattered throughout the series, that dude still alive so he still send brainwashed assassins to our mains to get their virginity, so if you want to check, it's gotta be the whole pack, you gotta go from the start, so... good luck
I remember there was a Powerpuff girls short novel series and there was one that was completely based around Mojo Jojo using a tv show to hypnotize Buttercup, and I remember the cover had her front and center with swirl green eyes, shrunken pupils and big goofy smile.

I bought from a going out of business bookstore for like a dollar lol.

The big thing that sucks about it was that every one of the books in the series were either direct adaptations of episodes or would eventually become episodes in later seasons....except for this one god damn it!

(Btw, this is all referring to the original powerpuff girls, not that horrible ass new one!)
laststand0810 said:
ah lol, I was so lazy for that, sorry, hope someone else can do, it's like 20 or 30 pages so i'm gonna lose a whole evening just to do search and upload =))

anyway, it was from the very start and scattered throughout the series, that dude still alive so he still send brainwashed assassins to our mains to get their virginity, so if you want to check, it's gotta be the whole pack, you gotta go from the start, so... good luck
Ah ok, thanks in any case :)
Ah, I recently found a manga called Tama Kick that has some instances of hypnosis. It's pretty standard stuff though, like any soft-core perverted manga would have. From the top of my head, I think chapters 1, 2, 5, 8 and maybe 10 have instances of hypnosis of some kind (Though one of them might just be the fact that she was drunk, maybe? Not sure though). There are some good scenes, but my main complaint is that they never really explain the hypnosis. It's really only there to get the main character undressed and into perverted situations, so... take that as you will.
mariosonicfan said:
I remember there was a Powerpuff girls short novel series and there was one that was completely based around Mojo Jojo using a tv show to hypnotize Buttercup, and I remember the cover had her front and center with swirl green eyes, shrunken pupils and big goofy smile.

I bought from a going out of business bookstore for like a dollar lol.

The big thing that sucks about it was that every one of the books in the series were either direct adaptations of episodes or would eventually become episodes in later seasons....except for this one god damn it!

(Btw, this is all referring to the original powerpuff girls, not that horrible ass new one!)
Powerpuff Girls Cartoon Crazy
http://www.paperbackswap.com/Cartoon-Crazy-E-S-Mooney/book/0613323734/
Machigatta ko wo Mahou Shoujo ni Shite Shimatta
chapter 28 29 featuring brainwashing through kissing, i guess?
yeah it's kind of a fucked up magical girl themed series, also no translation existed yet:
here's the raw:
http://mangaraw.online/manga/machigatta-ko-wo-mahou-shoujo-ni-shite-shimatta

ps: actually, it stretches all the way chap 32
laststand0810 said:
Machigatta ko wo Mahou Shoujo ni Shite Shimatta
chapter 28 29 featuring brainwashing through kissing, i guess?
yeah it's kind of a fucked up magical girl themed series, also no translation existed yet:
here's the raw:
http://mangaraw.online/manga/machigatta-ko-wo-mahou-shoujo-ni-shite-shimatta

ps: actually, it stretches all the way chap 32
Shite, that looks hot. It reminds me of that manga (Hekikai no Aion I believe) with a really hot MC kissing scene. Good on you for finding these things !
HI guys,
again, found another material.

This time is from "Myuu and I", Chapter 11, possibly stretch out for more,

summary: bunch of characters try out a prototype machine made by gov which have an effect to make people highly aroused and proceeding on jumping each other (the goal of the whole manga is to make the future Japan more babies as their whole population have lost the ability to do so, i think?). Now usually I would not consider this as Mind Control, but I know some of you dudes and ladies are into it so, meh, just check it out, the machine is kind of a brainwashing-chair-with-VR-headset one so it might be right too.

PS: the manga goes highly into lolis, the "10 years old" kinda type, but no sex (thanks god), have ecchi on adults, the scene also included 2 lolis being "aroused", so read at your own risk.
There's a kid's fantasy series called Rebel Genius, most notable in that it's written by Micheal Dante DiMartino, co-creator of Avatar and Korra.

Mind control is a major theme in all the books, and is a key part of the bad guys' plans. Book One plays out a lot like the Winter Soldier, with a loyal minion who needs hypnotic reminders every so often. Book Two has more elaborate inductions with varying results.
laststand0810 said:
HI guys,
again, found another material.

This time is from "Myuu and I", Chapter 11, possibly stretch out for more,

summary: bunch of characters try out a prototype machine made by gov which have an effect to make people highly aroused and proceeding on jumping each other (the goal of the whole manga is to make the future Japan more babies as their whole population have lost the ability to do so, i think?). Now usually I would not consider this as Mind Control, but I know some of you dudes and ladies are into it so, meh, just check it out, the machine is kind of a brainwashing-chair-with-VR-headset one so it might be right too.

PS: the manga goes highly into lolis, the "10 years old" kinda type, but no sex (thanks god), have ecchi on adults, the scene also included 2 lolis being "aroused", so read at your own risk.
That meme about Shinzo Abe and Japanese birth rates has gone too far.
Quailman said:
In the book series, The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan, certain people, called Aes Sedai can channel The One Power to do all sorts of neat and deadly things. But the one in particular I am thinking about is called Compulsion. Using this "weave" (The one power is used by weaving aspects of Fire, Earth, Wind, Water, and Spirit together in different ways to perform different acts) the person using it can make other people do what they want to varying degrees. Most of the time it's seen, it makes people fall into a happy blissful state where they believe and do whatever the person who cast it on them tells them to. One of the villains, Graendal, likes to make entire royal houses her play things. Usually by using so much compulsion that they worship her and become damaged and can never recover.

There are several points in the book series where compulsion is used, often times on the heroines of the book, although it's generally fairly brief. But the idea remains very fun for some fan fiction ideas.
Related to this, in the same series, is the concept of "Turning." People who can channel can, through nefarious means, have their allegiances forcibly shifted from light to dark. However dedicated someone was to light, goodness, justice, etc., is how dedicated they will become to evil, darkness, the evil overlord (AKA the Dark One), etc. after they are Turned. This process is only hinted at in the earlier books, but in the later, there are several minor characters who are Turned, and a few what-if visions of the future in which main heroines are also Turned and made to compete with one another for the Dark One's favor and dominance of the continent.

So far as I remember, this process is irreversible once someone is put through it.

Edit:

There's also a collar and leash-looking type of item. If someone who can channel wears it and the leash is held by someone else, they are forced to channel only when the holder allows them to and unable to resist channelling if the holder wants them to. Actually, the holder can force the person wearing the collar to do (or not do) pretty much anything, not just channel.

This relies on pain and pleasure to get people to act/speak/channel when they're wanted to and the wearers thoughts remain their own, so it's strictly less mind control than Compulsion or Turning, but it is used to seriously psychologically damage some minor characters until they wholeheartedly forfeit their names, identities, and former allegiances in favor of whatever their new masters decree for them. Even when freed, some of these broken characters desperately cling to whatever ideas they were forced to accept when leashed.
No scene yet, but I figure some of you guys that like My Hero Academia might be interested to know that Shinsou's back.