Friday, November 21, 2014

Game of Bones

We've posted similar quotes from actresses on A Game of Thrones when they've been asked about the lopsided female-to-male nudity ratio of the show before, but we're always gonna post them when they happen, each and every last time, so the point continues to be made because obviously. Here's Natalie Dormer!

The Daily Beast: Speaking of “equality,” I understand HBO has a “boobs mandate,” but lots of viewers of Thrones think the show could use some more dick in there—for symmetry. 

Dormer: Well, during the first season Alfie, Richard, and several of the men got naked—although not all the way. I suppose it’s just the rules of broadcast television, isn’t it? I think Thrones has been better than your average show with the equality, but they could definitely ramp it up! Absolutely.

Because we're a stickler for these kinds of very very important details we would like to point out that she's wrong about Alfie (note how I got the words "stick" and "point" in that sentence) not going "all the way," which we'll prove to you after the jump.

You're a good boy, Alfie.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I love when I see men going full frontal, but this whole topic of "equality" is foolish. Female breasts do not equal full nudity, nor do they equal male genitals. While it is true that women have gotten naked more often than men on the show (primarily in the earlier seasons), the fact is that GoT has shown more fully nude men than women. Another fact is that only 4 cast members were naked in season four. Only 1 of the 4 went full frontal; a man and it was the first close-up of a penis on the show. They have also been toning down the gratuitous nudity, so these claims from people like Dormer and others are just silly.