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Natalie Dormer Thinks There Needs To Be More Full-Frontal Male Nudity In Game Of Thrones!

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We agree!

Game of Thrones doesn't shy away from nudity, especially when it comes to their female actors, but what about the guys?!

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Natalie Dormer, aka Margaery Tyrell, recently talked about the comparative lack of male dingleberries in the show, saying:

"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."

Ramp it UP! We love the enthusiasm! Ha!

Now, if only we could get the big wigs onboard!

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3 comments to “Natalie Dormer Thinks There Needs To Be More Full-Frontal Male Nudity In Game Of Thrones!”

  1. Mac says – reply to this


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    Equality? Perversion more like it. Our country is being deliberately over sexualized. Humans are capable of divine soul. Likewise a tortured soul can be led into lower than animal thought and behavior. I say lower because a natural animal does not oversexualize itself.



  2. 2

    I've never understood why it's ok to show all of a woman's body, but not a man's. Double standards. People need to stop being so perverted, it's just a body part. Half of the world's population has one.

  3. Kris says – reply to this


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    I think it's female actresses not female actors. The editor might want to check before it's published. Just saying