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It never felt like the sex scenes were just there for the sake of the sex scenes. They really told a story. That sexual evolution begins before Daphne and Simon are wed, when he teaches her how to pleasure herself. Simon reveals that and more to Daphne, as she knew nothing about sex before the duke came along. Throughout the first few days of their marriage, Simon gives Daphne a crash course in all things love-making.
So we get to discover that with her on the journey, which is a really lovely aspect of it, along with the female gaze that runs through the show. So it was finding that journey as well, all those aspects that sort of brought it together. This is a huge betrayal to Daphne, who believed her husband actually could not have children, as opposed to just not wanting them.
And also, just the frustrations of being kept in the dark, which must be so frustrating. It was an important aspect to their relationship, really.
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