Who Needs Health Class? Sophie Turner Reveals She Got Her Sexual Education From Game Of Thrones

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In an interview with British daily national newspaper, The Times, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) reveals that she received quite the education from Game of Thrones. This education however was very oral specific and had little to do with reading, writing, and arithmetic—or even acting. I guess we can go ahead and classify it as biology? We'll let you guys be the judge. She said in an interview:

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“I’d be doing a read-through and we’d be talking about very graphic stuff. The first time I ever found out about oral sex was from reading the script. I was 13. I I was like … ‘Wow! People do that? That’s fascinating!’ I guess that was my sex education. Being on ‘Game of Thrones.'”

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D'aw, you can't blame the girl! I mean, she started Thrones when she was 12 and you all remember season 1, right? It was pretty freaking graphic—beheading, incest, gratuitous violence, shoving children out of windows—the whole bit.

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Frankly speaking, it's pretty amazing that she's turned out as normal as she is. I think I'd be a little touched in the head with that kind of onslaught of inappropriate stimuli—don't get me wrong, I wouldn't end up like Ramsay or anything, but just generally weird. Really, how much fake blood can you see before going dark?

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That being said, she's transformed in a pretty darn remarkable actress and personally speaking, Sansa's character development has been one of the most exciting to watch. Unpopular opinion: she's my favorite female Stark. Arya can suck it.

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To read the full interview, head HERE