According to New York magazine, Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is reading your fan mail and taking it under advisement—even when what you ask for sounds more like the inevitable porn parody version, Game of Boners.
Meaning, of course, that many of these messages to Martin involve sex: Some viewers complain there’s too much explicit nudity and humpty-hump content on Thrones (like in this NSFW clip), but others—a.k.a. the gays—take the show to task for not giving them the specific kind of nudity they require.
When episodes focus repeatedly on female bodies at the expense of, say, more clothing-free shots of warrior Khal Drogo (Conan The Barbarian‘s Jason Momoa), this gets some of you all riled up. “I’ve got a few letters from gay fans who, while they were pleased by the naked male sexuality, were upset that the penises were not actually erect,” says Martin.
Honestly, this seems like a perfectly reasonable request. Maybe for every two or three full-frontal lady moments, the show could deliver one erection. Hire stunt penises if necessary, whatever it takes. But please, George R.R. Martin, hear the urgent, needy cries of your horned up homosexual fans.
Winter is coming and they beg for naked justice.