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'Shame Of Thrones' Parody Highlights The Pressure On Women As Summer Approaches

06/09/2015 12:12 pm ET | Updated Jun 09, 2015

Summer is coming.

Women everywhere (and probably some guys) are feeling the pressure of the approaching summer season. No longer are people going to be layered head-to-toe, bodies creatively hidden behind flattering clothing. And whether it's self-imposed or brought on by society, it's clear: for many, the pressure is there.

Clothes will be shed.

CHIX Productions has created the perfect parody to show how every woman feels when warm weather sets in. They're expected to be smooth, thin and athletic. For dudes, it seems the transition is less fraught: summer preparation consists of looking in the mirror, flexing a few times (unsuccessfully) and throwing on a pair of sunglasses.

By the time summer begins, most women probably want to kill more than George R.R. Martin.

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