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The film opens with giant alphabet blocks, and a general introduction, then begins to move through the alphabet: "A" is for ANATOMY - discusses the external and obvious differences between males and females. "B" is for BIRTH - also mentions bed and breastfeeding. An interview with Swedish sexologist Maj-Briht Bergström-Walan is shown as well, regarding sex education. "C" is for CONTRACEPTION - includes discussion on the rhythm method and use of the pill, alongside diaphragms, IUDs, condoms and spermicidal cream. "D" is for DREAMS - Dr Alfred Kinsey is cited, alongside the role of the mind and erotic fantasies (e.g. sex in public places) in sexual fulfilment. "E" is for EROTIC - examines forms of erotica, such as films and literature are mentioned, as well as aphrodisiacs, alcohol, sensual massage, and lingerie. E is also for erogenous zones. "F" is for FUN - says that sex should be for enjoyment, play, intimacy, and bonding. Other keywords include food and freedom. "G" is for GENITALS...Written by
This documentary comes across as something you might have seen in a progressive sex ed class in the '70s. It gives you a few facts and is extremely dull. If you're expecting something along the lines of a soft porn movie then you'll be disappointed. If you're expecting to learn a lot of interesting things about sex then you'll be disappointed. Plenty of nudity but nothing too steamy (except for a couple of good looking young women making out on a bed together.) I was surprised that they had a very liberal stance on homosexuality but then proceeded to portray all gay guys as flamboyant queens or cross-dressers. Whatever. 2/10
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