Emilia Clarke is appealing for more male nudity on Game of Thrones.
ET's Leanne Aguilera caught up with the 29-year-old actress on Sunday at the season 6 premiere of the HBO hit in Hollywood, California, where she responded to some fans' complaint that male and female nudity isn't as balanced on the fantasy series as it should be.
Fear not Game of Thrones fans -- Clarke hears you, and is looking to change it.
"Damn straight," she acknowledged when asked if she hopes the outcry is going to spark a change for future seasons. "Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) hasn't been around for a while, so yes."
Clarke recently joked about seeing her on-screen husband's "fabulous" private parts in the May issue of Glamour magazine. "I saw his member," she hilariously quipped. "But it was covered in a fluffy pink sock. Showing it would make people feel bad. It’s too fabulous."
On a serious note, the British actress is proud to be on a show featuring plenty of powerful women.
"It gets critiqued so often, and I think it's silly because I feel like we are a show at the forefront of feminism being kicked back again into the ether," she told ET. "So many fabulous strong women, so I think we're doing alright."
As for her own beloved role as Daenerys Targaryen, Clarke said she's already thought of a perfect way to go out with a bang in the event that her character gets the axe.
"So this is something I thought about, and I think it'd be really funny if she just, like, got really close to the iron throne and then it exploded," she laughed. "I think that would be hilarious. I think it would be good."
When it comes to her own love life, Clarke admitted that she hasn't quite got it all figured out yet. She was last linked to comedian Seth MacFarlane in 2012, although they reportedly split less than a year later.
"Oh honey, I'm just working that out," she said about dating in Hollywood.
When ET chatted with Clarke last October at The Wrap's annual Power Women Breakfast in L.A., she exclusively told us what she wants to see after Game of Thrones ends.
"What I would hope for Dany is that she wins the whole damn thing," she said with a laugh. "That she wins, and she wins all of it -- and she wins. That's what I think is going to happen!"