She was so fair to look on, so radiantly beautiful, so exquisitely voluptuous, that the very instinct of man in me, which calls some of my sex to love and to protect one of hers, made my head whirl with new emotion.

– Bram Stoker

Dracula, Chapter 27. When vampire hunter Van Helsing faces the beautiful and voluptuous three Brides of Dracula in their tombs in Dracula’s Castle, he is almost overcome by his desire to love and protect them.