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Scientists should have sex and gender on the brain
Scientists should have sex and gender on the brain -- ScienceDaily
And while these scenes can involve some hard-to-watch incest ahem, Jaime and Cersei or extremely cringey rape scenes like Ramsay and Sansa , there are also plenty of hot, steamy scenes to provide some sweet relief from the brutal world that is the game of thrones thank you, Jon and Ygritte. Here are the 27 hottest to downright uncomfy scenes the show has given us over the past eight seasons. The first episode of the series set the tone for unsettling sex scenes with Khal Drogo raping Dany on their wedding night. During the scene, our soon-to-be badass Khaleesi is terrified, crying and trying to cover herself up while Drogo has his way with her. Thankfully, Dany has a history of not letting her less-than-ideal life circumstances hold her back.
The 27 Most Important Sex Scenes From ‘Game of Thrones’
Metrics details. Much work has been done to promote sex and gender-based analyses in health research and to think critically about the influence of sex and gender on health behaviours and outcomes. However, despite this increased attention on sex and gender, there remain obstacles to effectively applying and measuring these concepts in health research. Some health researchers continue to ignore the concepts of sex and gender or incorrectly conflate their meanings.
Thinking about sex and gender would help scientists improve their research, a new article published today argues. Writing in a special th anniversary edition of Nature , five experts say these factors are too often ignored. The article highlights a host of examples in which including sex and gender has led to advanced understanding or insight -- from male and female shellfish responding differently to climate change, to gendered social robots and to computer vision improvements prompted by evidence that facial recognition systems misclassify the sex of darker-skinned women more often than lighter-skinned men. Such insight undoubtedly helps engineers design more sophisticated test platforms that will ultimately prevent major injury or save lives.