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The series introduces some changes in the scene in which #Daphne forces #Simon, a moment that already in its day caused a great rejection among its readers.

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The #Bridgertons, #Shonda #Rhimes’ first series for #Netflix, has quickly become one of the most popular series on the streaming platform after the debut of its first season in full to last #Friday #Christmas day. #But, despite having the stamp of the creator of #Grey’s #Anatomy, #How to defend a murderer and #Scandal, among other, #If anyone knew before anyone else that fiction was loaded with salsa, risque scenes and addictive comings and goings between different members of #London’s high society, they were undoubtedly the readers of #Julia #Quinn’s work from which The #Bridgertons it is adaptation.

#Published throughout the early 2000s by the #American romance novel author, the literary saga known as the “#Bridgerton #Series” is made up of ocho books, each one focused on one of the brothers of the main family. #All of them with the status of ‘bestsellers’ and with the honor of having gathered a veritable legion of readers around the world, #Quinn’s stories about this powerful family from the #Regency period constitute more than enough material for the new hit of #Netflix’s original series managed to multiply its audience also on screen.

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#As always when a successful work is subject to some kind of adaptation, the #Netflix series has quickly come under scrutiny from readers of the literary saga, who have been quick to find the differences introduced by the ‘showrunner’ #Chris #Van #Dusen for its conversion into a television title that would be seeing the light in 2020. #And, also as always, some have accepted these changes better than others.

#One of the scenes that the #Shondaland series has modified for the prestigious streaming platform has been precisely one of the most controversial of the novels: one of the many sexual encounters that the fictional star couple, #Daphne (#Phoebe #Dynevor) and #Simon (Rège-Jean #Page), star in after getting married. #However, although in the #Netflix series she is described as A scene in which #Daphne forces a situation and ignores her husband’s will to achieve her purpose, in #Quinn’s novel the moment in question doesn’t even begin as a consensual relationship. #An encounter that once caused havoc and outrage among fans of romance novels.

#If you have already seen The #Bridgertons #In full, you will know that #Daphne and #Simon star in a critical moment in their toxic relationship when, after their marriage and in the middle of their honeymoon, they make love for the first time. #During an entire episode, the couple is carried away by passion at all times and places while an inexperienced #Daphne, ignorant of everything related to sex, begins to suspect #Simon’s behavior, who takes advantage of the lack of knowledge of his wife to achieve his purpose. #Having found out how her husband is trying hard to prevent her from getting pregnant, #Daphne decides to take action, takes over one of his sexual relationships and prevents him from controlling the situation as he had been doing until now against his will, forcing him to end up inside her. #It is then that, seeing #Simon’s reaction, he discovers that his suspicions were true: #It is not that he cannot have children, it is that he does not want to have them.

#In #Julia #Quinn’s novels, however, the scene that jeopardizes the decision by which #Simon conditioned his entire life #It does not begin as a sexual encounter that ends in abuse, but rather a forced relationship without consent from the first moment. #After arguing, #Daphne rapes #Simon, drunk and sleepy. #As published #Vanity #Fair #In an interesting article about the scene in question, it is only necessary to take a walk through the virtual community ‘#Goodreads’ to verify that negative reactions from readers multiply when it comes to talking about the particular scene. #And also towards the toxic relationship between the protagonists in general.

#Throughout the following novels, #Julia #Quinn began to be more explicit in showing consent, and similarly #Netflix has chosen to modify the moment and present the scene, key in the course of history, in another way. #However, the sexual encounter that began with consent, #It ends up having an outcome that is far from being spoiled and overrides #Simon’s will. #And, as such, the controversy, as it already happened in the literary forum years ago, has moved to social networks.



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