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Inthe female orgasm is still considered somewhat illusive, apparently to the point that actress Toni Collette is convinced she is the first actress to have one on the BBC. She added: And who could forget the moment a BBC Breakfast journalist was interrupted big naturals dildo a live broadcast by what appeared to be the sound of a woman climaxing? Collette said she expected it to start conversations around the idea of long-term relationships and whether lifelong monogamy is possible — or desirable.

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Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Apparently, it made sense, because Elizabeth's character was a witch. The mind boggles. DH Lawrence's novel was famously banned for obscenity upon its release in the s, and it seems that the BBC's adaptation, starring Joely Richardson as the titular character and Sean Bean as groundskeeper Mellors, similarly caused a stir with its graphic sex scenes.

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Don't let this very tame promo shot deceive you: NYPD Blue courted major controversy in the early '90s. The Morning Show Premiere Recap: The Morning Show was always supposed to star Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston, in their first on-screen reunion since they played sisters on Friends.

Kim Kardashian took all your doubts about her becoming a lawyer and channeled them into the most fitting Halloween costume: Elle Woods from Legally Blonde.

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Just communicate with your girlfriend, you weirdo. What plot even was that? And who considers that a problem?

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Samantha is seriously there complaining about not being able to get herself off while one of her best friends is in mourning.

The new series focuses on the obstacle-strewn path young women tread when exploring their sexuality in adolescence. To me, it is the best yet. Watching episode six, How to Have an Orgasm, feels quietly revolutionary.

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In it, Jessi — a droll, whip-smart girl you real had befriended you at school — learns how to come for the first time. Watching it feels new, exciting and radical because the business of female pleasure is rarely dealt with so centrally and without shame. Set in s England the show follows heroine Nan Astley, who meets Kitty Butler, a popular male impersonator music hall star - and romance blossoms between the pair.

Screenwriter Andrew Davies described his adaptation of Sarah Waters' Victorian lesbian romp as 'absolutely filthy'. Joely Richardson as Lady Chatterley also absolutely reached climax in the adaptation.

After her husband is wounded in World War One and they move to his family's estate, Lady Chatterley ends up having a sexual kyko aizome with her strong and orgasm groundskeeper Oliver Mellors, played by Sean Bean.

By Robyn Darbyshire Audience Writer. The show questions whether monogamy really works Image: