After Theon Greyjoy has sex with a prostitute in an episode of “Game of Thrones,” he doesn’t put his clothes back on right away. Instead, he chats awhile, in the buff, his man parts on full display.

This may have been shocking to TV audiences a generation ago, but now its common for viewers to unwittingly become part of the Members Only club.

And naturally, there’s a website to deal with the changing times. Mr. Skin, the famed flesh site that has been chronicling female nudity since 1999, has launched Mr. Man, a companion site to help fans get their heaping helping of beefcake.

It was obviously a long time coming.