There are many tv shows about sex education and The Sex Education Show, is probably the most well-known one.
The Sex Education Show is a British sex education television show. It is presented by a Journalist, Anna Richardson, and a GP, Dr Radha Modgil and is shown on Channel 4. So far, there are 5 series of this tv show about sex education, dating from 2008 to 2011.
Why would you want to watch tv shows about sex education?
This is how you can use them as a parent:
- Get educated first. TV shows about sex education act as an opportunity to learn something new about sex, and upskill yourself in regards to what this generation of teens are getting up to. Though the show is based on British teenagers and it was first created over 10 years ago, but the information is still relevant today.
- Watch together with your teen. Power to Decide (formerly The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy) looked at whether tv shows help parents to discuss love, sex and relationships with their teen, even if they aren’t watching tv together. They surveyed a sample of 13-16 year old teen girls and found that it did help. They also found that nearly nine out of 10 teens say that it would be much easier for them to postpone sex and avoid pregnancy if they were able to have more open, honest conversations about these topics with their parents. Teens crave these conversations with parents, even if they don’t always act like it.
How might you use TV shows about sex education, to start a conversation with your teen about love, sex and relationships? Are there any that comes to mind?
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2008 (6 episodes) Anna Richardson and a team of experts visit various secondary schools in the UK in an attempt to educate teenagers about sex in relation to their consumption of pornography.
In this tv shows about sex education, parents get a shock viewing of the pornography their children watch on the internet; and Anna teaches a group of teenagers how pornography affects their body perception and self-esteem. Click here to watch Episode 1
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna examines her own relationship history and puts herself through a full sexual MOT. She also shows young teenagers the physical and sometimes invisible symptoms of the most common STIs. Click here to watch Episode 2
In this tv shows about sex education, straight-talking Anna Richardson presents the series that tells you everything you ever wanted to know about sex. This programme explores childbirth. Click here to watch Episode 3
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson goes on an emotional ride when she takes a fertility test, reveals the shocking truth about men’s lack of genital hygiene and investigates perfume’s ability to attract men. Click here to watch Episode 4
In this tv shows about sex education straight-talking Anna Richardson investigates contraceptive methods, meets a teenage girl who’s had 60 sexual partners and gets a group of teenagers to change a baby’s nappy. Click here to watch Episode 5
In this tv shows about sex education, in the final programme of the series, a group of teenagers get a sex education lesson with a difference: their parents are doing the teaching. Click here to watch Episode 6
2009 (4 episodes) The Sex Education Show vs Pornography Anna Richardson provides a frank look at the world of teenage sex and pornography.
In this tv show about sex education, Anna Richardson and a team of sexual health experts visit secondary schools, beginning in Norfolk, to provide pupils with sex education lessons and explore the access that young people have to pornography on computers and mobiles. She also meets 21-year-old adult-film actor Damian Duke, who talks about the reality of the industry. Click here to watch Episode 1
In this tv show about sex education, Anna Richardson gives Bristol schoolchildren a live anatomy lesson focusing on the male body. Later, she discovers whether easy access to risque material has led to the ‘pornification’ of the high street. Plus, erotic actor Damian Duke exposes some of the more unsavoury practices of the adult film industry. Click here to watch Episode 2
In this tv show about sex education, Anna Richardson and a team of sexual health experts travel to an inner-city London school to teach students about male and female arousal and using condoms. They discuss the pressures of having sex before a person is emotionally ready, and investigate how pornography in its many guises is influencing fashion and beauty. Plus, porn actor Damian Duke reveals how he struggles to make a living and is prepared to `act gay for pay’. Click here to watch Episode 3
In this tv show about sex education, Grammar school students witness male and female STI screening in anatomy lessons, learn how to protect themselves from infection and are given information about sex and the law. Plus, Anna Richardson meets women who have chosen careers in pornography, and reveals the unsafe sexual practices that have left porn actor Damian Duke and his girlfriend Donna Derriere with a host of problems. Click here to watch Episode 4
2010 (4 episodes) The Sex Education Show: Am I Normal? Anna Richardson and a team of experts visit various secondary schools in the UK in an attempt to educate teenagers about sex in relation to their consumption of pornography.
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson and Dr Radha Modgil tour the UK to help members of the public air embarrassing sexual questions that would otherwise have gone unasked and unanswered. They begin by giving students at Haywood Engineering College in Stoke a lesson in male anatomy, before visiting a retirement home to discover how sex therapy helps keep the libido alive in the twilight years. Click here to watch Episode 1
In this tv shows about sex education, the team gives the students of Glenthorne School lessons in female anatomy, making use of nude models to demonstrate how no two women have identical bodies. Plus, Anna Richardson meets people with physical disabilities to discover how they maintain active sex lives. Click here to watch Episode 2
In this tv shows about sex education, pupils at Raines School in east London receive live anatomy lessons featuring elderly male and female models as they learn about how the body and sex changes with age. The students are also encouraged to overcome embarrassment and talk about sex with their parents. Plus, Anna Richardson discusses favourite positions with two plus-size women, and there is a meeting with a man whose obesity resulted in buried penis syndrome. Click here to watch Episode 3
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson and Dr Radha Modgil visit Bourne Grammar School near Peterborough, where the pupils receive live anatomy lessons featuring nude models, hear how the body alters during and after pregnancy and learn how to change nappies and feed infants. The realities of having an abortion are also explored, and Anna visits a disco for people with learning difficulties. Click here to watch Episode 4
2011 (3 episodes) The Sex Education Show: Stop Pimping Our Kids Anna Richardson leads a long-overdue campaign against the sexualisation of children.
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson tackles two major high-street retailers that she claims are responsible for selling risque clothing to youngsters, and arranges a myth-busting workshop to counter some of the rumours circulating in the playground. Dr Radha Modgil also visits the nation’s schools to question teenagers about their opinions on sex. Click here to watch Episode 1
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson targets one of the nation’s biggest newsagents, which displays lads’ mags where youngsters can see them, and tackles a high-street store about inappropriate children’s clothing. She then heads to Fairfax School in Sutton Coldfield with sexual health expert Dr Radha Modgil for a sex education class, and the pupils have an opportunity to learn about sexually transmitted infections at a clinic. Click here to watch Episode 2
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson investigates music TV channels and confronts the bosses about videos containing sexual images that are broadcast throughout the day. She also joins Dr Radha Modgil at Brislington School in Bristol, where a line-up of nude models reveals how a woman’s body develops between the ages of 19 to 70. Click here to watch Episode 3
2011 (6 episodes) The Great British Sex Survey Anna Richardson leads a long-overdue campaign against the sexualisation of children.
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson hits the road once more to illustrate the sexual landscape of Britain. She begins by providing the pupils of Redbourne School in Bedfordshire a chance to examine living STIs close-up. She also arms parents with the knowledge they will need to discuss the tricky subject of pornography with their children, and meets 21-year-old Paralympic athlete David Smith – who has cerebral palsy – to discuss how he manages to pursue a fulfilling sex life with his fiancee. Click here to watch Episode 1
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson heads for York High School to teach pupils about male puberty, before taking them to a fertility clinic to witness the moment of conception. She also gathers a group of parents to demonstrate how easy it is for teenagers to log into online chatrooms, and hears from two visually impaired people who have refused to let their condition affect their sex life. Click here to watch Episode 2
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson visits Angmering School in Sussex, where the pupils are given a lesson in how genetics determine everything from skin tone to penis size. They are also joined by their parents and grandparents for candid discussions on first love, and a couple explain how they overcame physical disability to enjoy their sex life and conceive a child. Click here to watch Episode 3
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson visits Elliott School in Putney, south London, where she teaches pupils about the three stages of pregnancy. Rabbi Lionel Blue and orthodox Jew Oli Kasin reveal their very different experiences of growing up as gay men in the Jewish community, and the latest results from the nationwide sex survey are revealed. Click here to watch Episode 4
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson teaches pupils at Bishops Gore School in Swansea about attraction, enlisting the aid of gay, straight and lesbian couples for the lesson. She also takes them to a sexual health clinic to discuss contraception and introduces parents to the world of sexy text messages. Plus, more results from the nationwide sex survey. Click here to watch Episode 5
In this tv shows about sex education, Anna Richardson heads to Stockport School, Greater Manchester, where the pupils receive a lesson in why people come in different shapes and sizes. Elsewhere, 22-year-old Ivy Broadhead reveals how her restricted growth has not affected her love life, and the results of the Great British Sex Survey are revealed. Last in the series. Click here to watch Episode 6
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About Dr. Martha Tara Lee
Surrounded by friends who were sexually inhibited and struck by dire lack of positive conversations around sex and sexuality in Singapore, Dr. Martha Tara Lee set out to make a positive difference in embarking on her doctorate in human sexuality before launching Eros Coaching in 2009. Today, she remains dedicated to working with individuals and couples who wish to lead self-actualised and pleasure-filled lives.
She also holds certificates in counselling, coaching and sex therapy, and her fourth degree – a Masters in Counselling in May 2018. In practice for more than nine years, she is the only certified sexuality educator and certified sexuality educator supervisor by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) in Singapore.
Often cited in the local media, Dr. Lee is the appointed sex expert for Men’s Health Singapore, and Men’s Health Malaysia. She was recognised as one of ‘Top 50 Inspiring Women Under 40′ by Her World in July 2010, and one of ‘Top 100 Inspiring Women’ by CozyCot in March 2011. She is the host of weekly radio show Eros Evolution on the OMTimes Radio Network. She has published three books: Love, Sex and Everything In-Between, Orgasmic Yoga and From Princess to Queen.
Martha works with individuals and couples in private coaching sessions, and conducts her own workshops. She takes prides in making sure all her workshops are also fun, educational, and sex-positive. This comes easily to her because even though she is extremely dedicated and serious about her work, she fundamentally believes that sex is meant to be fun, wonderful, amazing and sacred. As such, this serious light-heartedness has shone through again and again. For her full profile, click here. Email her here.