An illustration offering a potential explanation for Daenerys Targeryn's sympathy for slaves or ... some invidious blogger using the resemblance between actress Emilia Clarke and her porn clone Natasha Lyn to SUGGEST such an explanation? YOU be the judge! Image source: Sex and Submission.com and promo shot for Game of Thrones television series.
Well apparently the mad scientists are at it again. Emilia Clarke, the actress who plays Daenerys Targeryn on Game of Thrones, HBO's incredibly successful adaptation of George R. R. Martin's "Song of Fire and Ice" fantasy series, has apparently got herself a pornoclone, Natasha Lyn, an adult model who has done some scenes for Kink.com.
Like most clones, she is not a perfect copy of Emilia Clarke, small imperfections and changes which highlight the imperfections of the genetic reproduction process compared to, say, digital reproductions. But of course, human beings are very complex creatures, their surface appearance is hardly all there is to them. So when I tell you that Clarke and Lyn's islets of Langerhans and uvulas are virtually identical, cell for cell, I know you will be impressed!
Being a slave girl CAN have its ... compensations! Image source: Sex and Submission.com and a vidcap from the Game of Thrones television series.
And DO watch Game of Thrones if you are a fan of things Gorean, cause it's about the most Gorean TV series ever made. Puts the actual Gor movies into perspective! Interestingly, in the book, Daenerys is cast as a liberator of slaves, because she hates slavery. Some have speculated that she hates slavery because her brother forced her into marriage with a wild horseman type, giving her sympathy with what slaves go through.
Emilia Clarke may have developed some understanding of her celebrity clone's feelings, however. Image source: vidcap from Game of Thrones.
I personally didn't buy that theory, because what happened to Daenerys is what happens to many noblewomen in the Game of Thrones world. Following the medieval custom, they are married off as best suits the political ambitions of their families (as are princes, on occasion). Granted, Daenerys' personal interests are no more catered to than those of a whore in one of Kings' Landings' brothels, insofar as who she winds up fucking, but I don't see her making the imaginative leap between that and slavery. Most noblewomen would have every reason NOT to make any such leap, as not doing so enabled them to retain their self-image as rich and powerful noblewomen rather than lowly slaves.