Some of us watch True Blood to get our vampire fixes in the most adult and acceptable way possible. It’s the only show that lets us cash in on the curious craze like people who pay taxes and rent cars, without having to sit through a storyline where vampire cheerleaders refuse to use their specially-created locker room. We also sit through it because the sex scenes are pretty great, and/or fantastic, and/or realer and/or better than any sex we’ve (let alone anyone) has ever had. And/or have ever thought about having.
As for just how real things get, Alexander Skarsgard revealed in the most recent issue of Rolling Stone that he doesn’t wear a covering over his manparts when he films a nude scene, because that’s stupid and this isn’t Twilight and repressing sexuality only leads to rage and hate and Oklahoma City bombings. He said,
“I don’t want a sock around it, that feels ridiculous. If we’re naked in the scene, then I’m naked. I’ve always been that way.”
Very true! It must feel ridiculous! There’s a reason why everyone jumps on beds in sock commercials: it’s because socks go on your feet! Maybe on your hands if you run out of paper towels and your roommate is going to give you so much crap unless you clean up that spilled soda on the ground that has since become a Mecca for ants..but other than that…socks aren’t sexy, and reduce sex to nothing more than a dim highlight of an otherwise inconceivably dull summer at camp. And if blasé’ sex was what we craved, we might as well just continue peeping because we’d save a lot of money on cable.
Source: Us Magazine