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Sex Scenes and Parents...


Love Actually was on TV recently and I got the cringiest flashback to the first time I saw it, I think I was about 11 or 12, my Dad and I went to the cinema...watching the scenes involving the porn actors who meet on set and then go on to date was one of the most awkward experiences of my adolescence I wasn't entirely sure where to look so I just stared into my lap and blushed. 

A friend of mine also watch the original Last House on The Left with his family on Halloween one year when he was around 15...needless to say he found himself "needing to pee" and hiding in the bathroom.

 

Any similar experiences?



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OH GOD I HAVE ONE.

When Superbad first came out my dad read a couple of reviews that said it was really, really funny and it got a couple of good ratings as well, so he suggested that himself, my mam and me go see it in the cinema. I ended up sitting in between the two of them, so when all the cringey bits were happening I had no where to look! I felt proper trapped, and couldn't move so escaping to the loo was off the cards. The worst part was the part where a girl is dancing with one of the main dudes (can't remember his name) and she has her period and ends up getting blood on his thigh. My face was on fire for the whole duration of the film. Luckily when it was over and we were on my way home my mam berated my dad for his poor choice of film, bahaha. But still... I've never been so embarrassed in my whole life!

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My parents are actually really open about sex so we can sit there as a family and crack jokes through sex scenes, but Mum and Dad weren't expecting Black Swan to be quite so sexual so after the film finished they sat there in stunned silence and said, 'Is this one to watch with Grandma?' We lent it to her and apparently shr really enjoyed it!



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I'm pretty alright with watching sex scenes and stuff with my parents. Sometimes if it's just me and my dad and it's something that's pushing the boundary into a full blown porno, it'll get a bit awkward, but that doesn't happen often as neither of us really watch TV.

The most awkward kind of moment I've ever had was this, but I'm spoilering it for rape and violence.

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Oh gawd.

I remember one year I went to London as a birthday pressie, my mam couldn't come because she was busy. One of the nights my dad decided to take me to see "The Producers" in the West End, either that or Avenue Q. I was around 11 or 12 so it was mortifying, I remember during the intermission he asked me if I wanted to leave early because it was so mortifying. I said no thanks, because the tickets were expensive enough but my God, that took the biscuit for the most akward I've felt in my life. I know The Producers isn't as bad as Super Bad, but when the jokes and songs are about quite literally huge erections and having sex with old ladies for money, it's not so funny when sitting beside your dad.



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I have so many moments like this as a child b/c my parents really didn't take me to children's movies. I saw "Last House on the Left" for the first time with my mom when I was 12 but it was normal to me.

Their was one movie, "Scary Movie", that was awkward only b/c my parent's didn't know what they were walking into and didn't expect it to be so blunt. We even sat in the front row but I wasn't bothered but my parents were petrified. 



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Watched half a film called "Karma Sutra" with my Dad before he said, "This isn't a father-daughter film. You should go to your room", so I did... and he continued to watch it, alone...



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^Crumbs!

Remarkably, I watched many a Silent Witness with my grandmother and was totally okay with it.

I've watched quite a few episodes of Green Wing with my parents in the room, and I was also forced to sit through A Fish Called Wanda at some kind of family gathering... my response was always to pretend I didn't understand it, and then go through the (far lesser) embarrassment of watching my parents give each other knowing looks and make 'over-the-head' motions.



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^Crumbs!

Remarkably, I watched many a Silent Witness with my grandmother and was totally okay with it.

I've watched quite a few episodes of Green Wing with my parents in the room, and I was also forced to sit through A Fish Called Wanda at some kind of family gathering... my response was always to pretend I didn't understand it, and then go through the (far lesser) embarrassment of watching my parents give each other knowing looks and make 'over-the-head' motions.


 ^ My parents did the exact same thing when I was kid. When will parents learn that kids aren't blind or ignorant?



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I vividly remember being sandwiched between my parents at the cinema watching Atonement, and cringing at the letter-writing/misdelivery... there's nothing quite like having a parent on either side whilst on the screen the words 'in my dreams I kiss your sweet wet cunt' flash up in massive typewritten letters, then focus gradually further and further in until the word 'CUNT' fills the entire screen...

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This thread makes me so happy that my family are really relaxed when it comes to sex.

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I tend to just stare blankly at the screen and so does my mother and neither of us say anything. Although recently I was watching Peep Show at my mum's and forgot there's a scene with Jeremy wanking under a magazine or something, and I was praying so hard she'd be too distracted by her laptop to notice...

Fortunately, my mum enjoys films such as Toy Story so it's all good. Except she wanted to go see Black Swan when it was in the cinema, which I really didn't want to see but couldn't exactly say 'I'VE HEARD THERE'S SEX IN IT WE CAN'T GO'...afterwards she was like 'I was expecting a nice film about dancing!' and then no more was said EVER.

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My parents are mostly okay with sex scenes, but my mum has an awful thing of getting grossed out whenever there are gay kisses on TV. If I call her out and tell her to pull herself together, she says something along the lines of me being ridiculous because it's not the same.

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My parents are fine with sex scenes and I'm very rarely embarrassed to watch things with them.

Just sometimes alarming things happen. Karma Sutra is a very erotic film...

In another incident (with my Dad), we were at my stepmum's sister's house in France, watching TV late at night (everyone else was out/asleep, I can't remember). We were channel hopping, when suddenly we happened upon a closeup shot of an alarmingly large black penis being unerotically fellated by a grumbling white woman... She was making car-ignition noises, and it was awful. We tried to change the channel but it crashed. IT WAS STUCK ON THE PORN CHANNEL AND WE COULDN'T JUST TURN THE TV OFF BECAUSE THEN WHEN THEY TURNED IT BACK ON THERE WOULD BE PORN AND THEY MIGHT TURN IT ON IN THE DAY WHEN THE CHILDREN WERE THERE AND IT WOULD BE THE WORST EVER THING.

We were running around the flat, flapping our arms and screaming, and this woman just kept fellating the disembodied penis (the penis had a human but it wasn't being shown), and there were all kinds of balls slapping about the place. It was awful.

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_cinnamonstars wrote:

I vividly remember being sandwiched between my parents at the cinema watching Atonement, and cringing at the letter-writing/misdelivery... there's nothing quite like having a parent on either side whilst on the screen the words 'in my dreams I kiss your sweet wet cunt' flash up in massive typewritten letters, then focus gradually further and further in until the word 'CUNT' fills the entire screen...


 Annis this made me giggle like a loon.

I watch Game of Thrones with my mum and we mainly just comment if the sex looks particularly uncomfortable, Like fucking on a spiky map table.    

 

 



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I'm generally not too embarrassed about sex scenes unless they go on for a really long time or are really obvious.
I watched The Hunger with my Dad a while ago which has a lot of action with Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon.
My Dad kept suggesting I watch The Man Who Fell to Earth with him, but I knew that it had a lot of fairly sexy sex scenes with David Bowie in so avoided it. I saw it at a cinema with some friends in the end who did make fun of me.

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Ampersand wrote:

My parents are fine with sex scenes and I'm very rarely embarrassed to watch things with them.

Just sometimes alarming things happen. Karma Sutra is a very erotic film...

In another incident (with my Dad), we were at my stepmum's sister's house in France, watching TV late at night (everyone else was out/asleep, I can't remember). We were channel hopping, when suddenly we happened upon a closeup shot of an alarmingly large black penis being unerotically fellated by a grumbling white woman... She was making car-ignition noises, and it was awful. We tried to change the channel but it crashed. IT WAS STUCK ON THE PORN CHANNEL AND WE COULDN'T JUST TURN THE TV OFF BECAUSE THEN WHEN THEY TURNED IT BACK ON THERE WOULD BE PORN AND THEY MIGHT TURN IT ON IN THE DAY WHEN THE CHILDREN WERE THERE AND IT WOULD BE THE WORST EVER THING.

We were running around the flat, flapping our arms and screaming, and this woman just kept fellating the disembodied penis (the penis had a human but it wasn't being shown), and there were all kinds of balls slapping about the place. It was awful.


 i did an actual lol when reading this!



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@Ampersand - I snorted my tea out of my nose whilst reading that. Proper funny story.

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Mitzi's fine with me and Clone watching sex scenes, though I tend to start coughing, mumbling, and looking at my nails when one's on (even if she's not watching it with me!).
When I was younger, my dad would flip if me and Clone watched anything with even the most subtle sex scene. Example: I was only allowed to watch Titanic if dad was at the pub.

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My mum just gets a bit awkward and so makes embarassed jokes and then lets me in on some secret knowledge on what happens to your vagina after having kids.

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^^^My mum shared that secret knowledge with me during dinner once. I don't know why it was relevant, but that's my mum for you.

There was a period when I was living at home when I'd be watching perfectly normal telly in my room, and my dad would have a knack of knocking on my door at the exact moment a sex scene comes on. It was quite funny.

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