Take the one where Bill emerges from the ground terrifyingly and then Sookie has sex with him in Season 1.Evan Rachel Wood's campy vampire queen doesn't even get introduced until Season 2, but boy oh boy, is it an introduction.Where to stream: Netflix had an undeniably huge impact on the way an entire generation talked about sex and dating.Sarah Jessica Parker et al weren't afraid to talk about their sex lives, and what's sexier than owning your sexuality?Where to stream: HBO GO, HBO NOW, Amazon Prime There’s a character named Lip who is kind of young at first (Jeremy Allen White), so you're not that into it.
Where to stream: HBO GO, HBO NOW, Amazon with HBO add-on was a little campy, and that's what made it so enjoyable. Episode 2 begins with a particularly, ahem, rewarding morning encounter.
Fiona (Emmy Rossum) has been through so much in this show's seven seasons, but she has also had her fair share of challenging (though sometimes good) relationships.
It's a show that's always really raw about all the particulars of sex, but balances all that skin out with some humanity.
His love, Claire (Caitriona Balfe), is equally breathtaking.
All this interest in female pleasure makes the love scenes so much more palpable and the romance so much more titillating.