House of the Dragon 
TV Show
Action
Adventure
Drama
Fantasy
TV Show
Action
Adventure
Drama
Fantasy
Updated: May 27, 2024
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

S1E1: a main character calls another a rapist and uses a sword to castrate him (21:00). Rape is mentioned again (23:00), as is bestiality at a later point. A father suggests that his teenage daughter go "give comfort" to a king. Nothing happens, but it is implied that she is to start a relationship with him. S1E2: flirting continues between the teenage girl and king. It is suggested that the king might marry a twelve-year-old (his cousin) but he instead marries a fifteen-year-old. S1E3: an seventeen-year-old girl is told that she should marry. A teenage bride has a baby after having sex with a king. S1E4: a child proposes to a 17-18 year old. An eighteen-year-old has sex with her much older husband: she clearly does not like it. An adult uncle has sex with his teenage niece (ostensibly consensual). A princess is ordered to marry her cousin. A sexual encounter between two characters has questionable consent, since the only word the man says is 'stop'. He is uncomfortable and there is a power imbalance between them: he thus feels objectified, exploited, then discarded). S1E5: two cousins get married. They are not sexually interested in each other, but vow to give the realm heirs. A niece tells her uncle to fight for her and make her his bride. S1E6: the marriage of a child to a fully-grown man is mentioned. S1E7: two brothers discuss one of them marrying their sister. The idea of keeping the bloodline pure is discussed. There is a consensual in-depth sex scene between an uncle and niece. It is presented romantically. An uncle marries his niece. S1E8: a royal rapes a commoner and when she comes forwards, she is paid in order to keep quiet (19:21). More marriages between relatives are proposed. Marital rape is strongly implied when a female character talks about her marriage to her brother and says: “it isn’t so bad, mostly he just ignores you, except sometimes when he’s drunk”. S1E9: a thirteen-year-old boy having sex with an adult sex worker is mentioned. There is a discussion that women with royal wombs are expected to have babies and that this is all they are good for.

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