Scenes in The Sex Business have included a close-up of a male orgasm, street prostitutes taking drugs and full on romps. Broadcasting regulator Ofcom has slammed a Channel 5 documentary for its extreme sexual images and graphic descriptions. Scenes have included a close-up of a male orgasm, prostitutes on the street taking drugs and full on romps.
THE Sex Business is back with brand new episodes, documenting how people sell, buy and market sex. One of the most controversial topics the show will focus its attention on is the rise in young teenagers using sex as a way to make money. But tonight's episode will be focusing on OAPs on the Game
It's always fascinating finding out more about what people get up to behind closed doors, but sometimes we get a little more than we bargained for - which is especially the case with new Channel 4 documentary, Sex Tapewhich sees couples with relationship issues film their most intimate moments, then share their 'sex tape' for feedback and tips. One recent episode left viewers feeling particularly uneasy by the antics of one couple In the show, we met Ray, who enjoys making his wife dress up in high heels before literally walking all over him - something that is known as a 'trample fetish'.
M arnie, the year-old heroine — and I use the word advisedly — of new drama or comedy-drama, possibly, but one that really wrenches its laughs out of darkness Pure, has a very specific form of OCD. During her supposedly celebratory speech, which begins as an ordinarily exquisite agony for us all to watch, her treacherous thoughts strip the assembled guests of their best suits and twinsets, and put them to orgiastic work. She falls apart on stage. Although such thoughts have been invading her inner space for a decade, this is the first time they have included her family.
Red Hot Dutch, the television pornography channel is considering toning down the explicit content of its films in the face of growing criticism. Directors are meeting in the Netherlands this week to consider banning some scenes, but publicity about orgies and lesbian couplings is helping to sell subscriptions to the satellite station, according to the British parent company, Continental Television. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
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A new Channel 4 show sees couples attempt to solve their relationship woes by recording their most intimate moments for the general viewing public. Sex Tape will see participant couples film their lives with personal cameras, to record everything from their rows, make-ups and sex lives to be broadcast on TV. It may sound like a terrible dystopian nightmare, but one couple has stated the show helped save their relationship.
Email address:. With the recent news that police will have the right to examine rape victims phones and social media after an assaulta Channel 4 documentary examining the problems with solving rape crimes is a timely watch. Sex on Trial is a three-part series that explores the shocking stories behind some of the most high-profile American student sexual assault cases of recent years, to shine a light on the complex issue of sexual crime and punishment in the modern world.
Channel 4 announced an unexpected change to its broadcast of Sex Tape on Friday May 3 as its scheduled episode was shelved. Just before the second instalment of the series aired, the channel's announcer stated that viewers would be shown a different episode to the one they were expecting. Each episode in the series focuses on three different couples who are unsatisfied with their sex lives. In a bid to improve their relationships, they film their most intimate moments in the bedroom for one week, before sharing their sex tapes with the other couples.