But, the experience was not without its issues. Playing the role of Daenerys Targaryen was physically and mentally exhausting for the actress, but there were other more insidious things that happened while she was on set as well. Recently, the Last Christmas actress was a guest on the podcast Armchair Expert where she discussed on-screen nudity at length. During the interview, she managed to reveal some pretty unsavory things about her early days on set of Game of Thrones. Clarke also vividly remembers being taken aback with the sheer volume of nudity that was originally requested of her when she first read the scripts for Game of Thrones. This is what it took not only to shoot ep5…but to watch it too! Though she accepted that some of her scenes required nudity, Clarke still felt a sense of confusion and unease.
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Even though it's over, if there's one thing Game of Thrones remains notorious for—aside from that ending—it's the sex scenes that littered the series. From season one, episode one, GoT was a show that wasn't afraid to show plenty of sex scenes, from young hotties Daenerys and Jon Snow to the incestuous pairing that were Cersei and Jamie. There was plenty of death in Game of Thrones , including many of the people above—it's been over for a while, guys, I'm not going to apologize for the spoiler—but, dare I say it, there were even more sex scenes.
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T he nudity in the early seasons of Game of Thrones was so famous that it spawned its own Saturday Night Live skit. Emilia Clarke , who starred as Daenerys Targaryen in all eight seasons of the hit HBO show, recently spoke about those early scenes, revealing that she had no idea nudity would be required of her until after she had signed on for the role. It is a little sad, though, that she felt her lack of experience was the culprit in those early days. The guidelines advise a ban on full nudity in any audition and no semi-nudity in first auditions. Performers can feel as though they have no choice but to do things that make them feel uncomfortable. What the writers failed to realise was that Sansa was strong in spite of being sexually assaulted, not because of it. This is the essence of survival.
Not all sex on Game of Thrones is created equal. Sure, the HBO fantasy drama has not unfairly developed a reputation for gratuitous violence and sexual relations of all configurations—man on woman, man on man, sorceress on man, brother on sister—but some of that stuff matters. Sex is wielded in Westeros, like everything else, as a form of power.