Since it launched in 2011, HBO's Game of Thrones has been getting dinged—by viewers, critics and its own actors—for its vast female nudity/male nudity chasm. Here's the latest dispatch of the skin-wars, as spoken by Emilia Clarke—a.k.a. Daenerys Targaryen, Khaleesi, Mother of Dragons, Queen of Meereen, et cetera—on Conan:

"There's plenty of female nudity, myself included, and I feel like it should...I think it should be a bit more of a discussion that's between—you know, we get some equal male nudity and female nudity."

Andy Richter was quick to throw down a Game of Bones joke before Clarke concluded, "But yes, free the penis. Hashtag #freethepenis." Conan muttered, "We tried that rule around here and I got in trouble."

Looks like the campaign's already doing pretty well on Twitter. Daenerys' power is second to none. (Although Sansa Stark actress Sophie Turner's clout is pretty serious today, too, as she just covered Adele's "Hello" in character as Jon Snow.)