Game Of Thrones Star Oona Chaplin Speaks Out About The Show's Nudity And Porn

The hit HBO series Game of Thrones has often been criticized for its interpretations of sex, nudity, and sexual assault. Oona Chaplin, who played Talisa on the series, recently told TMZ that if anyone is turning into the fantasy epic just for the nudity might be wasting their time.

Chaplin played an integral part in the Season 3 episode "Red Wedding," which is infamous as one of the most violent and brutal episodes of the series. When asked if

When asked if people might potentially be tuning into the show merely for the violence or sex, Chaplin said, "I think it's just a good show all around, I don't know how much it has to do with anything, I think it's pretty visceral."

TMZ followed up by confirming it's not just for the nudity, causing Chaplin to reply, "I think people can watch porn for that."

In addition, Chaplin replied that people could merely "get naked with some friends" if anyone was that desperate for nudity.

It's a simple answer for a very complicated issue, which people have chastised since the show's first season, but as far as an impromptu answer while walking down the street goes, Chaplin gave fans a good response.

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