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Published on November 9, 2004 By mignuna In Personal Relationships

 

The UK Channel 4 has created a new reality show which will show real-life couples having real-time sex, after which their ‘performance’ will be reviewed by ‘sexperts’ to try and ascertain why they are having sexual difficulties.

 

The program, named ‘Sex Inspectors’, is being marketed as solely for ‘educational’ purposes. The Channel 4 Head of Entertainment, Julian Bellamy, says 'I'm very proud of the fact that this show is educational and informative. It's not about titillation. I defy anyone to be turned on”.

 

The couples, who volunteered for the show via a national newspaper advertisement, agreed to have their ‘normal’ sex on camera, after which Australian journalist and sex author Tracey Cox (no pun intended) will guide them though techniques to improve their sex life.

 

The couples who range from late twenties to late thirties, are all in long-term relationships, and all are heterosexual. Take for example Charlotte, 30, from Essex, who reportedly sent a text message to Cox’s mobile phone after the show stating that “I can have now have orgasms lying on my back ... life is a lot easier. Lots of love, Charlotte”.

 

Although ‘Sex Inspectors’ states its focus as “issues of vulnerability - mismatched libidos, kids ruining a couple's sex life, what happens if someone's had an affair - rather than boastful shagging “, the element of voyeurism cannot be denied, and it doesn’t entirely escape the producers either.

 

A camera in the couples’ bedroom at home will allow Cox and her co-presenter, Michael Alvear, to watch the couples have sex, after which the ‘Sex Inspectors’ will offer a ‘performance assessment’, and introduce ‘tips, toys and advice’. And in a pre-release version shown to journalists, it’s clear that they mean business.

 

In one scene, Cox attempts to persuade Charlottes’ partner to buy moisturiser to soften his hands by acting out ‘manual stimulation’ in (beauty retailer) ‘The Body Shop’. In another, one of the male participants describes his introduction to new sexual techniques by stating that “I ejaculated so fast after a spot of spanking I temporarily blinded my partner”.

 

When questioned on the potential harm that may be caused to an relationship that is supposed to be ‘imitate’, Cox asserts that  'All the people who went on it knew what they were up for, they had a personality that could cope, and they quite liked the fact that the rest of Britain would be watching”.

 

“The joy of these couples is they really want to help other people. I think for a lot of the couples, there was a sense of giving something back. By not going to a therapist, they're actually able to help other people”.

 

Sex Inspectors starts on Channel 4 on 23 November at 11.00pm

 

Quotes from: Link

 

 

 


Comments
on Nov 09, 2004
I guess they have a bit of the exhibitionist in them.... and willing to admit they are lousy shags... hehe
on Nov 09, 2004

my thoughts, exactly, historyishere.

i shudder to imagine my hubby and i on that prgram !

they'd be saying to me "the problem seems to be that you are asleep, madam !" hehe

mig XXX

 

 

on Nov 09, 2004
Well, if you have that disorder we've discussed, that may not be a problem... hehe
on Nov 09, 2004

oooh disorders ... shhh historyishere ... people will think we're weird or something !

mig XXX

on Nov 09, 2004
too late
on Nov 09, 2004
If I sign up for the program, will they provide the husband?
on Nov 09, 2004

See, in order to get on the show, you actually have to be having sex.....which disqualifies me .


 

on Nov 09, 2004
Is ok dharma, your not the only one disqualified.
Sounds like a crazy idea, at least they aren't airing it during the daytime. Maybe they should give it a subtitle of 'Sex education for adults, what you missed in school'? Still sounds like porn to me, which is fine, just if it is they should call it that. No warm and fuzzy sadist/masochists
on Nov 10, 2004

Still sounds like porn to me, which is fine, just if it is they should call it that. No warm and fuzzy sadist/masochists

i agree, danny. they can do what they like, but disguising it as 'educational' for viewers is just stupid, particularly when the program is supposed to be about the unique sexual problems of each couple !.

See, in order to get on the show, you actually have to be having sex.....which disqualifies me

oh dharma, i guess you never get used to being apart, huh ?

If I sign up for the program, will they provide the husband?

now there's a thought, shades.

mig XX

on Nov 10, 2004
Actually there's already been a program like that on before in Japan. I saw a report about it on some HBO show about sex shows from countries (outside the US). It's amazing what people will do to get there 15 minutes. Unfortunely the only ones getting "educated" will probably be kids who's parents aren't home.
on Nov 12, 2004

 

Actually there's already been a program like that on before in Japan

psikotik, i've said it before ... the only thing that would surprise me these days is if i woke up on another planet !

It's amazing what people will do to get there 15 minutes. Unfortunely the only ones getting "educated" will probably be kids who's parents aren't home

i agree. this is supposed to be an intimate relationship between a couple. (not a couple of million pervs !)

mig XXX

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