2. a man who behaves selfishly in his sexual relationships with women
In the play "The Fair Penitent" (1703), by Nicholas Rowe, Lothario is the character that seduces and betrays Calista. The word "lothario" has thus entered the English language as an eponym: a lothario could mean a handsome, seductive ladies' man.
– excerpt from "The Death of the Heart"
Penny C: Oh, really, did you know I can see right threw all your little tricks?
Lothario: Baby, I'll take care of you. You deserve so much better!
Penny C: You mean, you want to touch my vagina and I haven't let you, so you'll tell me anything to get a taste.
Lothario: You know weve been friends for years and were always thier what could it hurt?
Penny C: Well take a look at where we are now Lathario. Pain teaches love and grace wrote all over your face.
Lothario: You still let me.
Penny C: I faked it every time. All i could hear rollin around in your head was, " I can't wait till 9, the boys and I are going to fuck these fine college girls and run that train," but all you said was, "oh baby right thier," insted. Now, who's twisted sista peter whacker cracker.
Lothario: Your suck a biotch!
Penny C: Yup yup, you taught me well, dizzy Dixon. Now hold your breath or you cock and balls and let me know how that turns out for ya!