This training film is meant for professionals who work with the mentally impaired, and is meant to teach them how to help their patients deal with sexual issues.
Alejandra and Ana are college friends, both are virgin and hope to find the love of their life soon. Ana meets Miguel, but they agree to just be friends. Alejandra meets Esteban, a well known womanizer.
A new wife is frustrated when her husband's job calls him away and she turns her attentions to her new step-son to help her deal with her new problem.
Plucky and innocent Laci Cox is hired to teach a rowdy and experienced group of hormonal high schoolers about sex. The only problems is... she's a virgin! Laci must lose her virginity before she loses her job.
Freedom of expression and sexual liberation might have defined the 1960s but by 1971 the British education system was far from ready for Dr Cole's explicit series A New Approach to Sex Education. Made as a teaching aid for use in schools an universities, the Growing Up was unprecedented in its depictions of erect penises, un-simulated masturbation and intercourse to describe the development of the human body and sexuality to students.
Lesbian-themed tale of a schoolgirl who entices her gullible (not to mention slightly warped) female teacher by positing that they are predestined to dance together on the day the world ends. The screenplay was titled "The Gods Have a Nervous Breakdown," which should give some idea of the symbiotic descent into psychosexual dementia that ensues. Rei Takaki co-stars with Shoichiro Sakata and Asako Shirakawa.
A fake documentary about the sex lives of teenage girls.
Inexperienced Otis channels his sex therapist mom when he teams up with rebellious Maeve to set up an underground sex therapy clinic at school.
The Sex Education Show is a British sex education television show that aired on Channel 4. The series, hosted by Anna Richardson, aims to improve the nation's knowledge by offering candid advice on a wide range of sexual issues and problems.