If you say you don't watch Game of Thrones for the flashes of magnificent knight butt and frequent corset-dropping, you're lying. Sure, it's the biggest budget production in the history of television, features award-winning acting, stirring moments of cinematography, and illuminating character studies, but if we're honest with ourselves, we're in it for the full frontal. Khal Drogo and Khaleesi making sweet love for the first time? Why else have an HBO Go subscription?
Sexiest Scenes: Daenerys
19 Best Game of Thrones Sex Scenes - GOT Hottest Nude Scenes
And while these scenes can involve some hard-to-watch incest ahem, Jaime and Cersei or extremely cringey rape scenes like Ramsay and Sansa , there are also plenty of hot, steamy scenes to provide some sweet relief from the brutal world that is the game of thrones thank you, Jon and Ygritte. Here are the 27 hottest to downright uncomfy scenes the show has given us over the past eight seasons. The first episode of the series set the tone for unsettling sex scenes with Khal Drogo raping Dany on their wedding night. During the scene, our soon-to-be badass Khaleesi is terrified, crying and trying to cover herself up while Drogo has his way with her. Thankfully, Dany has a history of not letting her less-than-ideal life circumstances hold her back. When Tyrion arrives in Winterfell, he not-so-surprisingly makes his first stop the local brothel, where he hires Ros for her services. Their time together is quickly interrupted by Jaime, who wants to make sure his brother is going to be at dinner.
Top 10 "Game of Thrones" Sex Scenes
Daenerys getting an eyeful of Daario Naharis. Game of Thrones has a contentious relationship with sex. Every taboo topic - from incest to rape, statutory and otherwise remember Margaery and a year-old Tommen? But that's not to say that none of the sex scenes in Game of Thrones are, actually, sexy. Some of them are
Most Game of Thrones fans would argue that the show is much more than its stigma of being nothing more than just sex, swords, and dragons. There's medieval political intrigue, complex characters with unexpected arcs, genre-bending themes, and, yeah lots of sex, too. In the early seasons, Thrones used sex and nudity as a way to draw in fans who might not normally be interested in a complex fantasy saga.