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I am curious about George R. R. Martin's attitude towards some of his characters. Cersei's pubic hair has been described (as blonde) by him more times than I find necessary, but his portrait of some other female characters seems to be not so "sexualized".

I don't remember any reference to Daenerys' pubis. Has GRRM described the color of Daenerys' pubic hair in any book?

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    @mooz I am curious about GRRM's attitude about some of his characters. Cersei's pubic hair has been described by him more times than I find necessary, but his portrait of some other female characters seems to be not so "sexualized".
    – Ginasius
    Oct 11, 2016 at 22:49
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    @Ginasius You're welcome to scour the ASOIAF pages using this search tool. From memory, I don't think the topic has been addressed since we only have Dany's own POV; and she's not like to mention her own pubes. Cersei/Brienne's pubic hair was only commented on by Jamie.
    – Möoz
    Oct 11, 2016 at 22:50
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    I fail to see how this is likely to attract "opinion-based" answers. Either there's a reference or there isn't. Yes/no.
    – Valorum
    Oct 12, 2016 at 15:45
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    To be honest, I don't think this is a bad question or in violation of the rules of the community. If X is true for Character A, why is it wrong to ask if X exists for Character B as well? The phrasing used in the question is polite and not offensive at all. We might think that the question is useless, boring, pedantic but that doesn't make it a bad question.
    – Aegon
    Oct 13, 2016 at 10:46
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    @Aegon I'd strongly argue that a question being useless and boring does make it a bad question. It just doesn't make it an off-topic question. Oct 14, 2016 at 22:06

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Yes.

Her other hand drifted down across the soft curve of belly, through the mound of fine silvery-gold hair.

(From A Storm of Swords, Daenerys II)

I think that's all you need.

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    I've searched the text, and it really makes reference to Daenerys: "Her other hand drifted down across the soft curve of belly, through the mound of fine silvery-gold hair, and went to work between Dany's thighs", so I think that your answer is correct. Thanks a lot.
    – Ginasius
    Jan 31, 2017 at 21:04

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