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Personally I long for the days when Clark Gable swept Scarlet up Tara's stairwell and the rest was imagination. (Gone with the Wind and if you haven't seen it, you should!) I prefer bosoms and the rest of the anatomy covered. However, I recognize that that attitude puts me somewhere the other side of the dodo bird. Extinct.
I once played an aging woman (no stretch, that) whose husband had died in his late 20's. In one scene I imaginatively recreate a debutant ball my young husband and I attended 30 years earlier. It was blocked so that I stepped up to another platform and joined the dead husband, who was still young and very handsome, in a slow waltz. Youth and age. Numerous audience strangers said the scene was more powerful, more poignant, more laden with overtones of loss than any kiss etc. could have ever been. Slow waltz. Not deep throat, or furious ripping off clothes.
So perhaps at an "intimate" audition, try touching his/her cheek (keep the hand about an inch from the face, however). Maybe it will be so lovely that the director will keep the near-touch rather than the deep throat, etc.
Sex in all its variations seems to be a permanent part of stage and screen. There used to be gratuitous car chase scenes. These have been replaced with gratuitous sex scenes.