If you’ve never watched Game of Thrones, know that it has a lot of sx. I mean, there’s no television in Westeros, so what else are people supposed to do? Obviously, Game of Thrones, with all its sx and graphic violence, is a show that should not be seen by children. But just because it’s not suitable to be seen by children, the show needed children to be in the show.
When a child actor is in a show or movie that features situations they shouldn’t see, there are ways to make sure they aren’t exposed to those kinds of things. For example, a chaperone (usually a parent or guardian) is on hand to make sure of this and to make sure they keep up with their schoolwork. And when there is a scene that consists of nudity or a sexual scene, the child actors are not on set when it happens.
But sometimes it’s unavoidable and child actors need to be more mature than a normal child of that age and need to be more mature about the things they learn. For Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in Game of Thrones, she had it when she was 13 when she started the show and learned what oral sex was after reading a script about it. .
“I was doing a reading and we were talking about very graphic stuff,” Turner – who had her mother on set until she was 16 – says of her experience on the show’s first season. “The first time I found out about oral sex was reading the script. I was like… ‘Wow! Do people do that? That’s fascinating! She adds, “I guess that was my sex education. Being on Game Of Thrones.
Let’s be honest, this probably doesn’t even make the top 100 worst ways to learn about sex. It’s actually quite fun to learn about it this way, through the script of a show based on a book by George RR Martin. Now that she’s 21, you can say Turner grew up on Game of Thrones.