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The naked truth about on-screen nudity: women don’t like it, guys | Barbara Ellen

Let’s hope a new set of rules will make it harder for directors to ask actresses to disrobe
Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen. ‘Nude scenes are loaded with pressure.’ Photograph: HBO/2015 Home Box Office, Inc. All rights reserved. HBO® and all related programs are the property of Home Box Office, Inc.

Why do some men feel aggrieved when actresses admit that they don’t enjoy doing nude scenes? To listen to men carp, you’d think that viewing on-screen female nudity was a basic human right.

. Later, she became more assertive, thinking “fuck you”, when film-makers wanted her to strip, suggesting that, otherwise, she would “disappoint her fans”. (Anyone else shuddering?) Clarke was only 23, fresh out of drama school, when she took on the role of Daenerys Targaryen, but she’s still been lambasted for complaining about the part that made her rich and famous. Clarke moaning about the role, though – she was talking honestly about nude

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