By Heather Waugh for MailOnline. Members of the Parents Television Council are outraged following last week's episode of Sons Of Anarchy, which opened with some extremely graphic sex scenes. The three minute long sequence, which featured hunky actor Charlie Hunnam and his bare behind, was meant to be a montage showing the emotional states and relationships of the key characters. Scroll down for video.
Parents Outraged By 'Pornographic' 'Sons Of Anarchy' Sex Scene
Instead, it was about producing a series of heartaches as fans watched Jax prepare himself, his family, and his club for his greatest sacrifice ''I got this,'' he told the guys before riding off. Some fans predicted he'd commit suicide on his father's bike, but they still likely gasped when they saw it was Milo The Shield 's Michael Chiklis driving the approaching truck. If Gemma hadn't asked him for a ride to her father's nursing home the previous day, maybe he wouldn't have been there at that exact moment. The collision was fated. Jarry wanted to solve another mystery first: Was their hook-up in a mistake? Right here,'' she told Chibs.
From the small screens to the large, Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam is no stranger to sex scenes. Hunnam has shed his clothes on more than one occasion over the course of his career, but that does not mean he enjoys showing off his sculpted abs. In a recent interview, Hunnam opened up about performing sex scenes in front of the camera and revealed why these intimate moments are so awkward. In an interview with Elle in , Hunnam explained exactly what it is like getting busy under the sheets for the camera. The actor revealed that he always tries to be sensitive in the moment and that there are clear boundaries they never cross.
It goes without saying that Sons of Anarchy fans are also Charlie Hunnam fans, and those fans. Barclay was asked about what the most fun part of shooting the often-violent show was, and Barclay surprised everyone by talking about how funny it was to shoot sex scenes starring Hunnam. He explained: "He's entertaining when he's doing a sex scene, because he's not — how do I say it nice? He's not precious, and he turns his attention to whoever his partner is and makes sure they're comfortable.