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Admitted & Proud Clickbait: This Post Involves the Words 'Aya Cash,' 'Sex,' and 'Nudity'

By Vivian Kane | Celebrity | July 11, 2016 | Comments ()

By Vivian Kane | Celebrity | July 11, 2016 |


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Did you click? Of course you clicked. I baited, you clicked. And that’s no judgement (on EITHER of us, okay?), because how could anyone resist that temptation promised in headline form?

I do, however, now have to break it to you that you’re not actually about to see Aya Cash doing any sort of nudity sex stuff. Rather, she’s taken to Instagram to show us the difference between how network television and cable TV censor said nudity sex stuff.

Cable sex scenes vs network sex scenes. Modesty cover comparison.

A photo posted by Aya Cash (@maybeayacash) on

I’m not sure what the network beige jumper covering is for, but Aya Cash has, in the past, talked about the “ridiculous stickers to cover your bits” that cable uses. And HOLY CRAP is that sticker ridiculous. I’m trying not to spend too much brainspace on what bits that can possibly cover and what extensive, painful prep would have to be done for it to cover literally anything, let alone everything deemed needing coverage.

Also, in case it’s been a while since you’ve rewatched the You’re the Worst premiere, I want to remind you that those stickers make the very most of that minimal coverage and maybe don’t watch that episode with your parents/children/pretty much any other humans.

Okay, Chris Geere, your turn for that “sock” covering we’ve heard so much about.




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