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The Sexually Liberated Female (1970)

Documentary on female sexuality and the sexual habits of women. Among the subjects covered herein are fellatio, sunbathing, sodomy, bubble baths, belly dancing, masturbation, and various ... See full summary »

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Documentary on female sexuality and the sexual habits of women. Among the subjects covered herein are fellatio, sunbathing, sodomy, bubble baths, belly dancing, masturbation, and various pelvic exercises a woman can do to increase sexual stimulation. Written by Woodyanders

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November 1970 (USA)  »

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$85,000 (estimated)
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Based on the scandalous 1969 bestselling book "The Sensuous Woman" by J, which was a pseudonym for author Joan Garrity. Since Matt Cimber was unable to take the book seriously, he decided to make this film a comedy. Moreover, Cimber was sued in a court of law by the book's publisher for making a comedy out of the source material. See more »

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Referenced in 5 Questions for Matt Cimber (2015) See more »

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Surprisingly effective sex education porn
16 October 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

I haven't liked the films of Matt Cimber, but Vinegar Syndrome's DVD issue of his early white-coater "The Sensually Liberated Female" is a happy exception. After 45 years it is still arousing and interesting, with surprisingly informative commentary.

Sexy Lindis Guinness, who also fronted for a poor white-coater specimen titled "101 Acts of Love" narrates usefully, giving quite useful information as film based on a best- selling self-help book attempts to instruct women on achieving orgasm and some sort of '70s sexual parity with men. She appears at beginning and a couple of other times on screen, looking mighty sexy.

But the content is strictly MOS documentary style porn with a large variety of women, some quite attractive, many wearing very fake platinum blonde wigs, doing both soft-core and hardcore sex for a starving cinema audience. I give Cimber high marks for delivering the goods, while his other XXX films and those of the competition circa 1970 are usually bait & switch exercises that dole out penetration shots only occasionally.

In an interview included as bonus on the DVD Cimber stresses his tongue-in-cheek approach, but again I was surprised at how the film plays it straight 99% of the time. Sure, there are risible moments, such as a couple humping (soft-core) in the back of an open truck/van, plus the rather ridiculous sequence of trying various vegetables as masturbation dildos (no sillier than a number of Joe Sarno movies on that subject) but most scenes are prurient in a good sense - designed to get a male viewer up or to give quality suggestions to the female audience.

Later in the film the great early husband/wife porn team of Pete Dawson and wife Jan Davis (always wearing a crummy wig) hump for real and even demonstrate anal sex explicitly, which is a rarity for the time and not usually a feature of white coaters. I had just watched them in an incest picture made later ("Brother/Sister") so they were easy to spot amidst an anonymous cast.


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