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#1 hoodoovoodoo

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 05:01 AM

There’s too much. There’s not enough. It’s soft porn. It’s not soft porn. It’s gratuitous. It’s reasonable.

No more hypothesis. No more guesses pulled out of a hat. Here’s the topic to put a rest to all that.

There were 13 episodes in Season 1 and 22 episodes in Season 2. We are currently in Season 3 for 13 episodes.

What is the actual bottom line of sex scenes in Lost Girl since its premiere episode?

How many scenes with:

Bo & Dyson
Bo & Lauren
Bo & Ryan
Bo & The Morrigan
Bo & Strangers
Lauren & Nadia
Dyson & Ciara
Dyson & Val
Dyson & Strangers
Strangers & Strangers
Etc.
Etc.
Etc.

[P.S. for those who engage in this topic .... can you please not make it a continuation of arguments within other existing topics (such as in "Faes Wide Shut", "Too Much?" or any other one). This topic was created so that we can explore the truth about the quantity of sex scenes in the history of the show and conclude what the actual volume is in the current Season when compared to other seasons.]

Now ... here’s some Succubus Sex Eye Candy to jar the memory and help kick-start the trip down memory lane:


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#2 roomtaken

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:04 AM

Bravo! :)

I'll go first with this: the original pilot for the show was ep 8 of season 1 -- Bo has sex with Dyson at the start then halfway in the episode has sex with Lauren. One heterosexual/Dyson + one homosexual/Lauren for 2 sex scenes.

If we start the clock from ep 1 of season 1 then the first sex scene in Lost Girl was between Bo and Lauren in the lab when Dr. Lewis was inspecting and analyzing Bo to determine what kind of Fae she was. Dr. Lewis glides her hand down Bo's back and afterwards Bo takes hold of Dr. Lewis' hands and seduces her with her succubus touch.

That's now 3 sex scenes.
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:57 AM

Some people have strange opinions of what sex is exactly. If sex is touching someone's back, then someone better start changing the TV ratings system. Posted Image

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 11:09 AM

No one is going to agree on the topic of SEX anymore than they will politics or religion. However, everyone has a right to their opinion and no one should be bashed or bullied for it. The sex scenes appeal to some viewers where as it doesn't appeal to others.

Personally, I find the sex scenes in any tv show or movie just as annoying as commercials. I would rather fast forward through that c-r-a-p until the story picks up. It doesn't matter if it's straight sex, gay sex, three-somes or what ever. My attention span does not gravitate towards vouyerism. But that's just me. I don't need to be a guest in someone's bedroom watching them do their business. A lot of movies and tv shows use sex as a way to bring in an audience.

The number of sex scenses is irrelevant. And to keep pointing that out as well as the duration of each of the sex scenes is a moot point.


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Posted 21 February 2013 - 05:39 PM

Some people have strange opinions of what sex is exactly. If sex is touching someone's back, then someone better start changing the TV ratings system. Posted Image

If that is what constitutes sex then I guess I've engaged in a lot more of it during my life than I had thought.


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Posted 21 February 2013 - 05:59 PM

Some people have strange opinions of what sex is exactly. If sex is touching someone's back, then someone better start changing the TV ratings system.


Some people who watch a scene of one woman sensually touching another WILL be disturbed enough by it to see it as a sex scene. Therefore, yes, a scene of one woman touching another that way is branded as a sex scene by many.

This topic isn’t complicated to figure out. You either post a scene or more you remember or you don’t. Do you have anything else to contribute besides criticism of what I included?


No one is going to agree on the topic of SEX anymore than they will politics or religion. However, everyone has a right to their opinion and no one should be bashed or bullied for it. The sex scenes appeal to some viewers where as it doesn't appeal to others.

Personally, I find the sex scenes in any tv show or movie just as annoying as commercials. I would rather fast forward through that c-r-a-p until the story picks up. It doesn't matter if it's straight sex, gay sex, three-somes or what ever. My attention span does not gravitate towards vouyerism. But that's just me. I don't need to be a guest in someone's bedroom watching them do their business. A lot of movies and tv shows use sex as a way to bring in an audience.

The number of sex scenses is irrelevant. And to keep pointing that out as well as the duration of each of the sex scenes is a moot point.


Are you being hypersensitive? What in the original post of the topic or my response to it is tinged with bashing or bullying? If you don’t want to engage in this topic then don’t. As I responded in my comment above to the other op this topic is plain and simple. Have a sex scene? Post it. Doesn’t matter if someone else doesn’t think it qualifies as a sex scene. If someone thinks it does and it’s how it’s being viewed then it’s a sex scene.

“I don't need to be a guest in someone's bedroom watching them do their business.” You’re not in anyone’s “bedroom” watching them doing anything. It’s a tv show with lots of sex in it and if it has become too close to reality for you that it makes you feel like a Peeping Tom then the writers are doing a good job with their depictions.

“A lot of movies and tv shows use sex as a way to bring in an audience.” All very well except that Lost Girl IS about sex. That horse bolted in its very first episode. Sex is as much a part of the story as is the supernatural and the crime solving. Sex is always the undercurrent of every episode because the main character -- the “Lost Girl” -- is a succubus that thrives on sex. The “Lost Girl” is Bo and Bo must have sex. With Lost Girl there’s no “using sex as a way to bring in the audience” because everything about sex is also the story of each episode.

Need I remind you and anyone else reading this that the topic of sex in Lost Girl has been the subject of heated discussions since the first day a member of this forum either complained about it or praised it. Don’t engage in this topic if it has no value for you but do contain yourself from lecturing the rest of us about what should or shouldn’t be considered relevant.
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 06:38 PM

@ROOMTAKEN:

This is a discussion thread. Not a bashing thread. Apparently you have no respect for anyone's opinion that doesn't agree with yours.

And for the record, regardless of whether or not people like the show they have a right to post here just like you feel you do.

IF anyone is lecturing here trying to be the big boy on campus, it's definitely you. So you can keep your opinion about my posts to yourself.



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Posted 21 February 2013 - 07:31 PM

Some people have strange opinions of what sex is exactly. If sex is touching someone's back, then someone better start changing the TV ratings system. Posted Image


LOL, I agree. Erotic? Perhaps. Sex? Nah.

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 07:42 PM

If that is what constitutes sex then I guess I've engaged in a lot more of it during my life than I had thought.


Ha ha. No kidding.

Some people who watch a scene of one woman sensually touching another WILL be disturbed enough by it to see it as a sex scene. Therefore, yes, a scene of one woman touching another that way is branded as a sex scene by many.

This topic isn’t complicated to figure out. You either post a scene or more you remember or you don’t. Do you have anything else to contribute besides criticism of what I included?


I didn't know I was required to post a certain amount or reply in a certain fashion. After so many years posting here, you'd think I'd learn the rules. It must be because message boards are so darn complicated. :rolleyes:

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:50 PM

I didn't know I was required to post a certain amount or reply in a certain fashion. After so many years posting here, you'd think I'd learn the rules. It must be because message boards are so darn complicated. :rolleyes:


Message boards are notorious for arguments and debates that spring from the misreading of words and sentences. I am not saying you’re one of them but many adults have undiagnosed problems with reading accuracy and comprehension. In the DSM-IV you will find two types of reading disorders: Disorder of Recall/Comprehension and Reading Disorder-Dyslexia. The former has only become subject to research in recent years. Research on the latter among adults began in the 1960’s. It is not implausible to assume that message boards are going to have many participants with an undiagnosed reading disorder.

I am the only one so far who has provided a response that relates to the specific context of the topic (which imo has been overdue since season 2).

If some Lost Girl viewers in this forum are going to complain in different threads about the sex scenes in this season being excessive and unwarranted in the continuing development of Lost Girl's story in comparison to seasons 1 and 2 then this is the topic that will either confirm or debunk the accusations. What’s wrong with that?
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:01 PM

It is not implausible to assume that message boards are going to have many participants with an undiagnosed reading disorder.


Disagreeing with someone is not a sign of a "reading disorder."

Your posts are becoming increasingly aggressive. Please agree to disagree with those whose opinions are not in lockstep with your own.

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 10:47 PM

Disagreeing with someone is not a sign of a "reading disorder."

Your posts are becoming increasingly aggressive. Please agree to disagree with those whose opinions are not in lockstep with your own.


What? Where did YOU read that it was about disagreeing with someone? I already know you have your favorites and are protective of them but you've missed the target on this. My sentence:

I am the only one so far who has provided a response that relates to the specific context of the topic (which imo has been overdue since season 2).

Context of the topic.

Furthermore, if one op jumps on another op because he hasn't stopped to absorb what that other op has actually written (and you've seen it happen many times in many topics) then to me that op is a lazy reader at best or someone with a reading disorder at worst.
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Posted 22 February 2013 - 12:44 AM

Room, if it's worth anything ... I got the gist of your comment and where you were coming from. And I'm glad that you have an interest in this topic and I enjoy reading your very articulate comments here and in other topics. But you're in a no-win situation on this. I know you can figure out why without my having to spell it out. In the beginning I went through what you're going through now and received PMs supporting me, so I will pass on what one longtime forum member wrote to me then: some people here are killjoys and some are old guard ... just hold your nose and carry on.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 12:48 AM

I amended the original post about this topic to clarify ... just in case there was anything vague about it ... the reason why it was created.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 08:07 AM

I am the only one so far who has provided a response that relates to the specific context of the topic (which imo has been overdue since season 2).

The other comments to which you took offense were directly related to your contention that Lauren touching Bo's back constituted a sex scene. Several of us disagreed with that. If you can't understand that we were discussing the main topic of the thread maybe it is you who are suffering from a reading disorder.


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Posted 22 February 2013 - 10:33 AM

There’s too much. There’s not enough. It’s soft porn. It’s not soft porn. It’s gratuitous. It’s reasonable.

Um, I am positive that it's a show about a sex monster, a person who needs sex like a human needs water. Soooo, no there is not too much sex. In my opinion.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 04:54 PM

The other comments to which you took offense were directly related to your contention that Lauren touching Bo's back constituted a sex scene. Several of us disagreed with that. If you can't understand that we were discussing the main topic of the thread maybe it is you who are suffering from a reading disorder.


The purpose of the first response comment was to ridicule the suggestion that the hand slide down Bo’s bare back would be considered a sex scene.

The next comment was a diatribe about why we shouldn’t even bother to discuss the topic of sex scenes.

You joined the garden party with a comment that supported the ridicule in the first.

Now this one of yours with a personal attack ...... (and I'm positively sure you'll recognize the phrase) ...... dial it back.




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