Spartacus: Blood and Sand is a successful series produced by the American Pay-TV channel Starz, which only since recently tries to get in competition with the channels HBO and Showtime by airing in-house productions. As usual for Pay-TV channels, Spartacus has no restricions concerning violence, sex or swear words - and the series really takes advantage of this freedom. No TV series have ever been bloodier or more bruta.
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With female nudity, everything is generally tucked away and neat, but seeing penises flapping about this much is starting to get grating. This initiated an interesting thread wherein, among other sparkling moments, one commenter complained that all of this homoeroticism is historically inaccurate, and another commenter set that commenter most righteously in her place. There are plenty of perfect unaugmented breasts implants would be rather anachronistic and lovely ungroomed bush and shapely female buns to counterbalance the bouncing wee-wees.
Have you guys noticed that fandom wants a bunch of incredibly contradictory things? Fandom wants unbreakable, unshakeable friendships that are deep and complete and true, and fandom wants intense love-hate relationships that aren't so much mature as fraught. Fandom wants characters of color in interesting roles, but often ignores them and writes endlessly about the pretty white boys.
Segovax has long, dark dreadlocks that fall below his shoulders. He is taller than average, tan, and very muscular. He has been compared to the other recruits as having a larger than average penis, and it is for this reason that Ilithyia chooses him as her gladiator.
Tapert explains, "There is a great deal of nudity, both male and female, and some guys in the series are not as well-endowed as other guys, so we had to create the Kirk Douglas, as it was aptly named, so that certain actors would have a prosthetic that they could wear and feel comfortable. She thought she should have the right to name it penisso Kirk Douglas' agent, don't call us. At the moment it's pinned to the wall next to all the merkins in the make-up truck.