Before HBO and Netflix, you didn't have many options if you wanted to watch a no-holds-barred, graphic, sexy sex scene. But the age of streaming changed all that, and now not only can you watch literally any kind of sex scene you want, whenever you want, you can also catch some down-and-dirty sex on your favorite TV shows Friends would never! Sex is a normal, healthy, essential part of being a human in this world, and it's only right that some of the best TV shows out there reflect that. On that note, here are the most hot, graphic, and in some cases groundbreaking sex scenes we've seen on the small screen. If you're looking for scenes that venture more towards "romantic and passionate" territory, check out our roundup of those kind of sex scenes. Oh, and if you're looking for just Game of Thrones sex scenes, you bet we've got those too.
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The women helping Hollywood shoot safer sex scenes - BBC News
Maybe you heard about it on Twitter or saw people posting about it on TikTok, but for whatever reason, you're now frantically logging into your ex's Netflix account to see what the hype's all about. Considering porn can be, well, icky sometimes, movies and T. Tune into these 35 movies with sex scenes so raw, they should not be watched with or beside parental units. Consider that your warning now. Stream Now.
The women helping Hollywood shoot safer sex scenes
Do you remember the first time you were sexually excited by an image on a screen? We do! It might've been a music video to a teen-pop bop, or a particularly mushy episode of Buffy. Most likely, it was a movie of the PG persuasion, which you snuck a viewing of far from the eyes of your parents when you were nowhere near the age of Looking back, those scenes were cute.
Skip navigation! Story from Movies. It was instantly controversial, and the film was condemned by American censor Joseph Breen as "highly — even dangerously — indecent. Depictions of female pleasure are still few and far between, and the subject of mass cultural debate. More often than not, orgasm scenes are included to cater to the male gaze, rather than as a real-life depiction of a woman enjoying a sexual encounter.