Bojack Horseman 
TV Show
Animation
Comedy
Drama
TV Show
Animation
Comedy
Drama
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned, discussed, implied
Sexual harassment e.g non-consensual grabbing, touching, cat-calling)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sex abuse
Incest
Attempted rape
Rape off-screen or strongly implied
Rape on-screen

Description

S1E3: a woman says that when she was a child, she received letters from people telling her that they were masturbating while thinking about her. S1E8: one character kisses another character without asking for consent (1:41-1:43). S2E3: it is implied that a child was sexually abused by her stepfather. This implication comes up again in later seasons, and notably in a flashback in S6E5, where the child can't be in her dressing room because her" stepdad is being weird". Her stepdad is most likely a parody of Terry Richardson, a famous photographer accused of rape. S2E7: sexual harassment is implied in discussions throughout the episode, though nothing is ever described. S2E11: in the final minutes of the episode, a 17-year-old asks an adult man to have sex with her, and we see them getting undressed before getting caught, though nothing graphic is ever shown. This incident is discussed in detail in S3E1+11 and S5E4+10+11. At one point, the adult man turns up at the young girl's college and she appears shaken by his appearance. S3E6: a character gives a handjob without asking for the consent of the other character (we don't see below their torsos). The victim seems unnerved but aroused until she strangles his penis and cause him a lot of pain. S3E11: a couple sees the protagonist drunkenly talking to their son. The mother asks her husband if he might be 'inappropriately interested' in the boy. The father says 'No, but if he is, i could also be a big break'. Later, a woman calls the protagonist 'a father figure who was sexually inappropriate' to her. S4E5: a character is catcalled and threatened after leaving a restaurant. At another point, a character off-handedly implies that he had to hitch a ride with a paedophile when he was in middle school, though it's stated he came home 'unscathed'. S5E1: a director pressures and initmidates the protagonist into undressing for a role. They fight briefly, but no forceful undressing is shown on camera. The protagonist is later depicted naked but seems fine with it. S5E4: a character briefly mentions sexting a 12-year-old.

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