Next Episode of The Sex Education Show is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
When it comes to sex, Britain is in meltdown. We've got the worst ever rate of sexually transmitted diseases among young people, the highest number of teenage pregnancies in western Europe and, most worryingly of all, unlimited access to extreme pornography. Presented by journalist Anna Richardson, this new six-part series aims to tackle the nation's sexual ignorance and reticence by capturing a wide range of different personal experiences of sexual issues and problems, as well as offering candid advice. The series will reveal the secret sex lives of teenagers as they talk about pornography, abortion, sexual disease, homosexuality, peer pressure and pregnancy. The series will also reveal the results of the biggest ever television survey of teenage attitudes to sex to discover the real state of sex education in Britain today.
This episode shows students real living STIs close-up. Anna shows parents what their kids are looking at online, and arms them with the facts they need to talk to their kids about porn.
The show visits York High to teach pupils about male puberty. And Anna Richardson shows some parents how easy it is to log into online chat rooms with shocking conversations and content.
The show's Great British Sex Survey reveals in which part of the country people are most likely to have cheated on a partner, and the kids at Angmering School, Sussex, learn about genetics.
The roadshow visits Elliott school in Putney, south London, where pupils are taught about the three stages of pregnancy, and they learn about the birth itself on a visit to a labour ward.
A frank look at the world of sex. The roadshow visits Bishops Gore School in Swansea, where pupils get a full-frontal lesson on the subject of attraction.
The roadshow hits Stockport School near Manchester, where pupils try looking after a toddler for the day and get a lesson in how and why people come in so many different shapes and sizes.
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