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Sex in '69: The Sexual Revolution in America (2009)

Documentary on the sexual revolution in America.

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Rebecca Nichols ...
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Darryl Inaba ...
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Glenn Raswyck ...
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David E. Smith ...
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Calvin Welch ...
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Bob Guccione ...
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Legs McNeil ...
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Rob Kirkpatrick ...
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Estelle Friedman ...
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Beth Bailey ...
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Documentary on the sexual revolution in America.

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This program deserves more than 4.9 score
12 February 2011 | by (NJ) – See all my reviews

I rarely get to write comments nowadays but I thought I would make an exception for this one. I find this program not just education but also a good flashback of where we came from, where we are and where we are headed in the future. I think I missed the first few minutes of the program but I like how it takes off at a specific point in time and provides completely different series of events taking place at the same time in different places and program itself concentrates on 1969 and no other year. Program talks about feminist movement, sexual revolution, the hippies, music, video and entertainment industry contributions. It also covers gender divides and provides unbiased review of what took place from both sides of the fence.

I think this program deserves a 7/10 and not because it covers a topic of sex but because it is very well built and edited especially in today's version of history channel where profanity and lots of arm swinging from shows like ax men to dangerous truckers or whatever its called nowadays.

In the end it does help to have an open mind in order to appreciate this program. It covers promiscuity and sexual innuendo is woven into the program but that is what it is about... all 2 hours of it.


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