The second season of “Game of Thrones” may have ended a few weeks ago, but you done lost your mind if you think we’re going to stop discussing it here. Especially if cast members are going to be giving profanity-filled interviews about nudity and pubic hair, like the one Natalia Tena (who plays Osha on the show) did with The Independent. She seems like a fun lady.
I ask her how she felt about doing the scene and Tena does not mince her words. ‘I don’t give a f-ck about nakedness. As an actor, […] obviously if it calls for it. You’re not just going to get naked otherwise that’s just basically doing porn. But if it calls for it, I really think you should get over yourself.’
Tena explains that she asked the makers about wearing a pubic wig or even growing her hair for the scene. ‘I was a bit upset about the fact that they showed my minge without hair because I think my character would have a massive bush. I would have muff, like a muff coming down the thighs.’
Just like “Rome” and “Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” “Game of Thrones” is well-known for its bare breasts and sex. In each episode there is at least one nude or semi-naked woman yet the male characters are rarely seen unclothed. Does Tena think there is a disparity in the nudity ratio between men and women?
‘There’s that in everything in the world. I think it’s really unfair, every actor, any actress has had her tits out. Every single actress I know. Blokes it’s like, let’s see some cock. Do you know what I mean? Let’s make it more even.’
She certainly makes some fair points here. There is a great disparity in male and female nudity on film and television. If you are interested in researching this issue further, as any concerned consumer of entertainment should be, I suggest you click on this link, which leads to an extremely NSFW supercut of all the sex scenes from the first two seasons of the show, put together by FilmDrunk’s old video editor, Oliver Noble. It’s important to be informed, everybody.
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