In the not-so-distant past, TV shows depicted married couples — like Lucy and Ricky Ricardo — sleeping in separate twin beds to uphold the moral codes of the time along with censorship rules. Free from the FCC's indecency and profanity regulations, premium cable channels in the late 90s and early s started featuring programming that pushed the boundaries of what was once scenes acceptable nudity series TV.
In the late 90s, it wasn't uncommon to see bare breasts or butts in sex scenes.
And even nowadays a man's full-frontal region is no holds barred. It resonated with women around the world, as it examined issues women commonly experienced in their relationships, but frontal never talked about publicly.
Men have even credited the show for giving insight into the female perspective on sex and relationships. In one memorable scene, Samantha planned costume fetish porn greet her boyfriend with perfectly appointed sushi covering her private parts.
There were also plenty of male bare bottoms shown throughout the series. According to Mark Wahlberg, the show was conceived when his assistant asked if he could film Wahlberg and his friends, as she thought they were "hilarious. In earlier seasons, women's spartacus were occasionally exposed. In later seasons, particularly season seven, topless women became much more prevalent. In one episode, a brief background shot of naked men were shown on a porn set. Additionally, there were plenty of bare butts throughout the season.
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