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Science Sex and the Ladies (2014)

There is far too much ignorance about the female orgasm and far too many people suffering because of it. Science, Sex and the Ladies is an engaging, irreverent, and heavily researched documentary that shows it doesn't have to be that way.
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Credited cast:
Barnaby Aaron Barnaby Aaron ... Ensemble Cast Member
Harrison Aaron Harrison Aaron ... Extra
Moses Aaron Moses Aaron ... Extra
Phillip Aaron Phillip Aaron ... Extra
Sarah Aaron Sarah Aaron ... Extra
Chris Bates Chris Bates ... Extra
Jason Bickel Jason Bickel ... Extra
Melissa Bickel Melissa Bickel ... Ensemble Cast Member
Charles Borowicz Charles Borowicz ... Ensemble Cast Member
Sylvia Borowicz Sylvia Borowicz ... Ensemble Cast Member
Trisha Borowicz Trisha Borowicz ... Ensemble Cast Member
Trevor Brown Trevor Brown ... Extra
Jc Bryant Jc Bryant ... Dancer
Dave Charles Dave Charles ... Ensemble Cast Member
Ellie Church ... Ensemble Cast Member
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There is far too much ignorance about the female orgasm and far too many people suffering because of it. Science, Sex and the Ladies is an engaging, irreverent, and heavily researched documentary that shows it doesn't have to be that way.

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The True Story of Female Orgasm


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Very informative and VERY funny
16 November 2014 | by wilo125See all my reviews

One of the best docs I've seen in a long time. This movie does a great job of informing the audience about female sexuality without taking itself too serious. There were some parts that were downright hilarious. I really liked how the directors offered a solution to the problem they identified. So many times I watch a documentary where the director just complains about something the whole time. This movie was not like that. They looked at a problem, talked about why the problem exists, talk about why the problem is important, then talk about how we might handle that problem. Very good film, very well written, directed, and acted.


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