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Channel 4 Tonight ...............Sex Education Programme

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RTKangaMummy Tue 16-Sep-08 18:55:06

Channel 4

8.00pm

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RTKangaMummy Tue 16-Sep-08 19:54:42

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RTKangaMummy Tue 16-Sep-08 20:02:53

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maidamess Tue 16-Sep-08 20:23:58

Whilst I think sexually testing folk is a great idea...is watching some footballer get a cotton bud poked down his bell end suitable viewing for 8.15 on a weeknight? just curious....

anyfucker Tue 16-Sep-08 20:24:35

omfg !!!

there was just willies being manhandled on telly

WHY do these blokes do this?? It must be sooooo embarassing and fgs, what is they get a hard-on on national telly ???

I'm sorry, I'm not a prude but I just don't think I want to watch this whilst I'm having my dinner !!!

anyfucker Tue 16-Sep-08 20:25:10

x-posted maid, I completely agree

southeastastra Tue 16-Sep-08 20:25:36

the posh boys with their hot tub parties shock i'm really shocked at that

expatinscotland Tue 16-Sep-08 20:27:20

i'm more shocked at the parents who think their kids are fine because they're using 'contraception'.

the girls go to the FPC and they don't get pregnant. cool. that only leaves chlamydia, clap, syphilis, HIV, HPV, hep c and the like then.

Piffle Tue 16-Sep-08 20:29:03

Russian roulette with sexual health
Truly eye opening
Quite shocked.

southeastastra Tue 16-Sep-08 20:29:36

it's so frightening but it doesn't seem to register with them at all.

Piffle Tue 16-Sep-08 20:35:15

as an aside
She is a future (if not current) mumsnetter
Can fair smell the sisterhood

southeastastra Tue 16-Sep-08 20:53:50

omg this is so graphic it's not even 9 yet

expatinscotland Tue 16-Sep-08 20:54:33

it's just bits.

i think they need to show a cock now, and pull back the foreskin.

fair's fair!

Piffle Tue 16-Sep-08 20:57:52

yeah but seen one seen em all expat
Now vaginas that's what I call decent variation
So who here has never had a look see of their fanjo?

southeastastra Tue 16-Sep-08 20:58:00

oh god yes, i'm not sure what i think about this programme i'm very shocked still

southeastastra Wed 17-Sep-08 09:06:06

i still think it was a bit much for 8 on a tuesday night.

Sherbert37 Wed 17-Sep-08 09:19:12

DS1 age 15 had to keep telling me to be quiet as I felt obliged to say "Not every 17 year old does that you know" but think the photos of diseases will have put him off for life (has put me off). Too cold here for hot tubs, thankfully.

Oblomov Wed 17-Sep-08 09:33:55

Oh I love this programme. Have it on series link on sky+, but watched a bit of it last night, as it was on. The sexual diseases were gross, weren't they.

I am loving it. But agree it is a bit strong for the time it is on.

lumpsdumps Thu 18-Sep-08 18:55:26

Can I just add that Hep C is not necessarily a STD, there needs to be open cuts and a large amount of blood, sharing of needles or blood transfusion. Know this due to x husband who is a carrier, did alot of research and spoke to alot of specialists in the area. Went on to have 2 healthy children and I am still clear.

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