I don’t know if you guys have heard of it. It’s a TV-documentary series shown in the UK late last year, focused on… well… I guess educating women about sex. It was so controversial though because the show was very graphic and touched on topics that would actually fall within the bounds of obscenity. It had segments on sex positions, the g-spot, penis enlargement, swinging, anal sex and even sex among handicapped and overweight people. Imagine that on network TV! Whoa. They even had a segment about sex in public toilets!
So there, I heard about it through my boss who offered to show us some episodes kanina. Taena. Graphic kung graphic! And they were uncensored! It was pretty amusing than arousing though. There was this one segment where they attached cameras to both the penis and the vagina (as in, sa loob!), and they showed like the actual penetration up-close. As in XCU! They even showed the actual point of ejaculation! Inside the girl’s um, yeah! Waah… think of it as penis’-eye view or vagina’s-eye view. Haha! Weird seeing it like that.
Of course when it aired in the UK, a lot of people complained. Of course. I’ve seen it, and I myself think that it’s inappropriate for network TV. I know they’re pretty liberal there in Europe when it comes to these things and all, but even taking that into consideration… the show still pretty much crosses the line for me. However… amazingly… the country’s regulating board thought otherwise. According to them (quoting Wikipedia):
“OFCOM ruled that there was no rule banning the showing of genuine sexual acts on free-to-air television, and that ‘in [their] view the portrayal of sex in this programme genuinely sought to inform and educate’, concluding that ‘whilst the visuals were explicit at times, nothing was transmitted in a manner that could be construed as having the potential to harm people under the age of eighteen’, particularly given its context as a serious factual programme, and as such it was ruled that the episodes were not in breach of any broadcasting regulations.”
Fine then! Haha.