1. I didn't make it clear that I was stating how a parent might look at nudity vs violence and why they might separate the two. That was the "morale" lol statement I made was supposed to be about as that comparison has come up before on the boards. (nudity vs violence for youngsters). Seeing Aragorn take out an orc isn't as likely to turn a kid into a school shooter as watching fuck scenes is to make them a pervert. If the LotR makes my son wanna go out and slay an evil orc captain, well, if any orcs ever show up I hope he can. I don't want him motivated to out and doggy style rape a 14 year old while screaming "I'll put a horse lord inside of you!" though.
2. Equating "gratuitious" violence with "gratuitious" nudity is apples to oranges because the violence can be the plot of a movie. If you want a movie that has a porn plot then freaking watch porn lol. The point is that these movies use cheap talentless gratuitious nudity to lure in viewers that want to wank. GoT should not have to stoop to that level for ratings. It shouldn't have to use over done gore either.
3. There's a big difference between over done splatter movie gore and a well choreographed, intense sword duel.
4. Realistic violence has a different effect than a realistic sex scene. The "plot point" of a sex scene is to let you know there is a relationship/connection/etc there. I don't need 10 minutes of lesbian finger fucking for that. Violence in a movie can be to make you realize what it's like to be shot, and appreciate what Prvt Hero did to get his friend to safety. The extent of nudity in a movie doesn't drive any points home, where realizing how horrific an actual medi-evil battle could be can help you appreciate what they went through.
Just for the record as a married adult I have no problem watching Return of the Jedi and then making my wife dress up in the slave girl outfit if that's what you were getting at. I've had her do a lot worse.