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#1
It just gets really awkward, everyone just looks at the screen not making eye-contact with anyone or looking at anyone else, I was watching tv tonight and Shameless US was on, it started with a montage of various couples in the program doing it, it was so cringe worthy, i just looked down the entire time at the popcorn I was eating,
So do you feel this way, like embarrassed when a sex scene comes on when you're watching with your family ?
#3
It doesn't happen often, but it's always awkward. Just keep watching and pretend nothing's wrong. Altering your behaviour in any way will only make it more awkward than it already is.

What's even worse is when your grandma asks you if you find a certain actress or pop star attractive.
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#4
Well I don't act like an autistic beta for one, so that helps.
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#7
Don't let it be super awkward
unless someone accidentally put on a porn dvd it'll be over quick enough

I heard about one guy who gets up and fast forwards through them though, weird
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
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and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#9
They're usually like 5 seconds long unless you're watching some HBO/Showtime stuff. And why would you be watching that with your family

Deal with it.
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#11
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They're usually like 5 seconds long unless you're watching some HBO/Showtime stuff. And why would you be watching them with your family

Deal with it.

No this was drawn out to like 3-4 minutes as an intro to the show
#12
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#13
Always awkward. But if I'm watching something I've seen before I usually leave the room a few minutes beforehand for food and return conveniently just as the scene ends.
#14
At first it was weird, but halfway through the first season of Game of Thrones, watching sex scenes with my mom in the room just stopped being uncomfortable.
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#17
Under usual circumstances I can deal with this, but on something like Game of Thrones it definitely gets weird when there's a graphic sex scene three times an episode and you have to explain that it's not why you watch it.
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#18
I wouldn't watch something like Game of Thrones with the family, but mainly because pausing on/rewinding back to the nudity would be a whole other level of awkward.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#19
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At first it was weird, but halfway through the first season of Game of Thrones, watching sex scenes with my mom in the room just stopped being uncomfortable.

Yeah, but you're a brony so watching something like game of Thrones with your mom isn't even on the scale of awkwardness for you.
#20
This is why I'm afraid to watch movies with my parents. They treat me like I'm 8 when they come on. "Cover your eyes!" Like this one time a few months ago, my dad tried to shut off Scott Pilgrim vs The World when that brief tame sex scene with Scott and Ramona came up. He said "I don't think you should be watching this." I'm 18, I think I can handle a short scene with two people kissing in their underwear. Trust me, I've seen much worse.
#21
But for real though if you're all adults and it's not gratuitous then skipping it would not be good. If done right, sex scenes can be important to the development/plot of a show/film. Like in Breaking Bad, it shows something of their characters.
But boys will be boys and girls have those eyes
that'll cut you to ribbons, sometimes
and all you can do is just wait by the moon
and bleed if it's what she says you ought to do
#23
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Yeah, but you're a brony so watching something like game of Thrones with your mom isn't even on the scale of awkwardness for you.


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#25
I wouldn't watch Game of Thrones with my parents, but anyone else would be fine.

Well my dad wouldn't care at all since he watches R rated movies all the time on TV when everyone is home and just cracks jokes the entire time there is sex or violence or whatever, but my mom would be all "You're much too young for this! I'm too young for this!!" *turns off TV*
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
#26
No nudity? Less than 20 seconds? Not the main focus of the movie?

nbd.

If any of the above are compromised then my dad will change the channel immediately and cover up by saying something like "why are we watching this shit"

my mom will leave it on, act like it's any other scene, but start bitching about the actor and/or actress's appearance

Either way I don't have to do anything so yay. I don't watch stuff like GoT or Borat etc around them though. Strictly PG, or a little higher if it's rated that way for drugs and violence and gore. so this is really only an issue when flipping through channels.

What's worse is times like when I had to watch the hangover with my mom. She didn't find it funny at all so I felt bad while laughing but I kept laughing anyway cuz it was funny so what else am I supposed to do
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#27
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What's worse is times like when I had to watch the hangover with my mom. She didn't find it funny at all so I felt bad while laughing but I kept laughing anyway cuz it was funny so what else am I supposed to do

Oh man, comedies are soooo much worse. My mom likes to think me and my brothers are all 7 (we're 17, 19 , and 21, lol) and she acts all weird whenever we laugh at inappropriate jokes. And I'm talking like Arrested Development, and The Office. Not even R rated stuff
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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#28
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Oh man, comedies are soooo much worse

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#29
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Nah this episode of Shameless had a part where this old woman pulls out a dildo to use on her bf, that was the worst.
#30
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#31
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This is why I'm afraid to watch movies with my parents. They treat me like I'm 8 when they come on. "Cover your eyes!" Like this one time a few months ago, my dad tried to shut off Scott Pilgrim vs The World when that brief tame sex scene with Scott and Ramona came up. He said "I don't think you should be watching this." I'm 18, I think I can handle a short scene with two people kissing in their underwear. Trust me, I've seen much worse.


Damn, just damn...


I watched the Swedish original of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and really liked it so when I came to watch the American remake I got my brother to watch it with me. Turns out the rape scenes and sex scenes were much worse in the remake....

I also told my parents to watch it too, they did, they never mentioned it to me which is funny because they usually always comment on films I recommend to them. Not this time...

My dad can be pretty funny with the TV... I remember I walked in the room and he was on the laptop on Ebay and on the TV was Sexcetera, I walked in stood there for about 10 seconds, laughed and walked out. Sometimes when he's looking for things to watch on TV he will go through the Phone-in Sex Chat channels while i'm in the room and not even give a damn.
#32
I was watching Breaking Bad and my dad walked into the room. The scene where Marie jerks off Hank to get him to leave the hospital came on and it was pretty gotdang awkward. 'Cause that's not even a typical sex scene, she's just sittin' there talkin' about gettin' the groundhog to see it's shadow.
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#34
My wife and I (Then we had just started dating), and were watching The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo (Swedish version). Her parents are pastors, so cue them walking in right in the middle of the rape scene. Then again during the next one. They had impeccable timing
#35
I watched Black Swan with my dad. The scene with where Mila Kunis eats out Natalie Portman was awkward to say the least...
#36
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I watched Black Swan with my dad. The scene with where Mila Kunis eats out Natalie Portman was awkward to say the least...


You guys went for a high five but then realized you both had your hands in your pants, huh?
#37
There was an article in the Onion about this...

It was a while ago and I can't find it...
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#38
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You guys went for a high five but then realized you both had your hands in your pants, huh?

#39
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You guys went for a high five but then realized you both had your hands in your pants, huh?


No, actually he had fallen asleep, but woke up once that scene started. Perfect timing.
#40
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I was watching Breaking Bad and my dad walked into the room. The scene where Marie jerks off Hank to get him to leave the hospital came on and it was pretty gotdang awkward. 'Cause that's not even a typical sex scene, she's just sittin' there talkin' about gettin' the groundhog to see it's shadow.

What? I have no memory of this

Maybe it was cut from the Netflix version or something.
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she was saying things like... do you want to netflix and chill but just the chill part...too bad she'll never know that I only like the Netflix part...
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