Whenever you enter an area, you can be certain that you're there for a reason - even if you didn't pay attention to the dialogue that led you there. Personally, I'm convinced it's due to the kindness of Varric's editing more than anything else.
if the door is open then all can enter, even gender changing champions named Hawke
Funny, I feel that Varric would love telling Cassandra about that time Hawke walked in on Bran and his lover thinking (s)he was visiting Fenris.
That's always been a thing that bothered me a bit.
Almost every house you can enter and loot the shit out of and nobody bats an eye.
This seems a much more likely scenario, however awkward it may be.
Hehehe, smooth, Hawke!
I actually would have liked a few situations like this to be in the game, just for fun. Like in the A Dance With Rogues module for NWN. When I played it, I would have my character wander around entering as much houses in stealth mode as she could in between quests just to practice lockpicking. But I would also often get houses mixed up, when I was looking for a specific place. One time, while in stealth mode, I started searching through a house and walked in on two women having sex. My immediate reaction was hilarious! xD
This fact that everywhere you went had goodies/enemies never bothered me too much because it meant that I never had to load every time I went into a house to discover nothing of importance.
@Almightyra: And if you have to pick the lock first, well, it still counts!
@Norgrath: I think it probably got censored because Hawke started cooing about how they were her OTP of Kirkwall, embarrassing everyone but without being embarrassed herself.
@Deonis: Indeed. Common in games, and yet... eh.
@Bansheebot: Haha, I never played that (the module, NWN and me are old friends) but that sounds great. I do kinda wish that this was an option too.
@Griffen: I think it could be fun out of a roleplaying/joke persepctive though. And I suppose you always could steal their porridge...