To be honest, in the year of 2010, this sex ed is more tame and prudish than those of swedish ones in the 1960s. Most of the important shots are like in hand-drawn graphics to show how to do things. And most of the times there were these two annoying ladies jabbering incessantly. You wouldn't learn anything more than you have already from watching this coy education.
If you want to watch 2 fairly blatantly immature women giggling about the ins and outs of sex then go ahead. Buy this DVD.
For a start their is no helpful graphical advice shown in the DVD. All that is shown is pretty much the same inter-racial couple grinding away simulating sex in (soft core) style. Now i'm not in the slightest racist. But i am getting a little sick of this OTT happy-be-PR being shoved down my throat every time i flick on the TV. If it isn't a inter-racial couple buying a sofa and a inter-racial couple getting together in a dating website advert, you can be damn sure that these days, when you flick on a sex ed DVD it will heavily feature a inter-racial couple. Like i said, not racist, not against a inter-racial couple being together, just don't want it being rammed down my throat for the vast majority of something educational i am trying to watch!
Two, the scripting of this program is woefull. It's like the two women involved just sat down over the weekend and did bullet points of what they should hit. Only giving their own opinions about what they like in a sex life. When the logical thing would have been to have a audience or something and ask a wider range of people what they like and don't like.
Yes yes i know they went onto the streets of London and New York to ask people's opinions on sex. But seriously, did they just scope out 2 streets asking the same niche of people what they like in love-making...
The same borish replies of "size matters", "i like doggie style" and "he has to know what he is doing". If you ask any sensible person in this day and age. It isn't about size or experience. It's about the 2 people in question being willing to be patient enough to ask eachother questions and have a connection. This is a pretty sad reflection of the 'minority' attitude to sex these days. More people have a quickie '1 nighter' then a actual meaningful relationship. Probably why their are so many single mothers these days. Best save that argument for another day and get back on subject.
The general feel of the program is pretty rubbish. I would not recomend it for anyone who wants to improve their sex life. In fact i would suggest avoiding it 'for the sake of your sex life!'
If you want to learn about sex. Stick to 'The Good Sex Guide'...