Strange Sex

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Strange Sex ({strange}SEX) is a 6-part TLC documentary television series produced by Sirens Media about sexual dysfunction that premiered on 18 July 2010.[1][2]

Before the 6-part (half-hour each) series, Strange Sex was an hour-long documentary that originally aired on Discovery Health on 4 November 2009 that dealt with sex allergy, sex addiction, Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder, and sexomnia.[3]

Episodes[edit]

Season one[edit]

  1. "Cougars and Cubs" (July 18, 2010) - The series premiere profiles a former model, 73, and her date, a 33-year-old father of two.
  2. "Unusual Orgasms" (July 18, 2010) - Scientists test Barbara Carrellas' claim that she can "think" herself into having an orgasm.[4]
  3. "Two Boyfriends and a Baby" (July 25, 2010) - polyamory, orgasmic childbirth
  4. "Uncontrollable Urges" (July 25, 2010) - sex addiction
  5. "Balloon Fetish" (August 1, 2010) - balloon fetish
  6. "Pleasure and Pain" (August 1, 2010) - female ejaculation and a woman who suffers from vulvodynia and experiences pain while having sex.

Season two[edit]

  1. "The Tugger & Double Trouble" (Apr 3, 2011) - A man attempting Foreskin restoration and a woman with uterus didelphys
  2. "Secret Pain" (Apr 3, 2011) - A woman with vaginismus
  3. "Size Matters & Gender Bender" (Apr 10, 2011) - Jonah Falcon and a woman with Swyer syndrome
  4. "Bedroom Coach & Hidden Manhood" (Apr 10, 2011) - Sex surrogate and a man recovering from Fournier gangrene, which has left him with a concealed penis
  5. "The More the Merrier & Surrogate Manhood" (Apr 17, 2011)
  6. "Born Without & A Broken Man" (Apr 17, 2011)
  7. "Right Guy Wrong Body"
  8. "Manhandled & The Real 40-Year-Old Virgin?" (May 8, 2011)
  9. "A Piercing Pleasure & Losing my Manhood" (May 15, 2011)
  10. "Weight For It & Desperate Measures" (May 22, 2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ TLC EXPLORES UNCONVENTIONAL BEDROOM BEHAVIOR WITH NEW SERIES “STRANGE SEX”, TLC press release, 29 June 2010 (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  2. ^ TLC’s ‘Strange Sex’ Premieres Sunday, July 18, TV by the Numbers, 16 July 2010 (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  3. ^ STRANGE SEX Debuts on Discovery Health, Discovery Health, 20 October 2009 (retrieved 22 August 2010)
  4. ^ Orgasm Just by Thinking: Is it Medically Possible?, Aina Hunter, CBS News Health Blog, 16 July 2010 (retrieved 22 August 2010)

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