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may be the most progressive show on TV when it comes to women and sex.
Based on the real sex research of Virginia Johnson and William Masters, the show extensively explores the science of sexuality—and female sexuality especially.
And in just about every episode, the HBO show finds a way to flash women’s breasts onscreen.
But these degrading sex scenes are balanced by some particularly powerful moments for the female characters: at the end of this season, Daenerys Targaryan, a queen, ordered one of her followers to strip so that she could have her way with him (consensually) in the same manner that many men have ordered women to sleep with them on the show before; and a rape victim, Cersei, similarly seduced her brother, Jaime in a moment of particular power and passion.
Every season of has a complicated relationship with women.
Many fans were outraged this year when the show’s writers added a rape scene that didn’t exist in the book.
The show—which has the most diverse cast on television in terms of race, sexuality and body type—approaches women’s sex realistically and unforgivingly, the way other shows might approach male sexuality.