Me and my pal have created a podcast where we review pilots from popular tv shows. This week we discussed Sex Education! So sit back, relax, and Don't Blame the Pilot! open.spotify.com/episode/…
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IIL Sex Education (TV show) for the character development, WEWIL?

The way the characters grow on you is what I like most. It also has a good message most episodes. I could take or leave the humor, but what other shows really draw you in with the characters?

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That disrespect (img from tv show sex education)
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Tv show ( Sex education)

I was so shocked to hear Ruby tell Otis she has misophonia?! And then the other guy explained it as the phobia of sound and told Otis to stop eating.LIKE WHAT. Totally caught me off guard

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Why Sex Education may genuinely be one of the greatest TV shows of the modern era

If the show smashes the ending, which in my mind has Otis and Maeve ending up together, it could genuinely be my personal favourite TV show of all time. This is personal to me, I don't know how strongly you all feel about the show but after rewatching it in the past week it's rekindled the absolute love I have for this show. So here is my little rant.

The argument for Sex Education only within its first two seasons is astounding:

- Jackson's arc of an athlete under enormous pressure, doing something he doesn't want to do, being extremely stressed and anxious over it and on prescribed medication to prevent said stress, eventuating in self-harm is incredible. Jackson truly is an extremely interesting character and his arc is relatable to many people.
- Maeve and Sean (and fucking Isaac) show the results and outcome of neglectful parents. Maeve is 17 living on her own as a result of drug use, which does happen and they show great detail into the difficulty of their lives
- Adam, a person who struggles to make friends whilst having immense difficulty figuring out his own sexual identity, whilst struggling in school and a father who clearly doesn't show love or affection.
- Aimee's arc really is the most insightful in the show. The horrific sexual assault at which she first brushes off but then comes to terms with really shows the effect of such horrific actions. Watching Steve support her and help her get through it, along with the other girls, is truly an amazing facet of this show
- Otis struggles with how to be a good man and what a good man looks like as he deals with the scars of a messy divorce and an absent father figure. It may not be as strong as other arcs, but it truly is insightful.
- Eric struggles with his father somewhat not accepting of him as gay
- Viv struggles with her priorities of doing well at school but also making friends and balancing a social life
- The effects of cheating are reciprocated through Jean's whole representation. She is broken as a result of her asshole ex-husband Remi.
- Erin shows the difficulty of breaking the cycle with regards to drug use and the effort one may go to, all for one slip up to cause immense damage

You could analyse every single character and their arc and learn something new, even without me touching on Ola, Lily, the untouchables, Jakob, Rahim and the teachers.

I think most importantly, however, is that the show has managed to build the audience's relationships with each

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Please suggest some fun light hearted but interesting TV shows like Sex education, Ted Lasso or Suits.

Not the sort of shows that go out of their way to make you laugh, where the characters act funny instead of being funny. Full on drama is also good.

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Biggest TV shows still to come in 2021, from Sex Education season 3 to Vigil netflixjunkie.com/upcomin…
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[TOMT][TV Show Characters] Characters from "Sex Education: Outsmarting Stereotypes" on YouTube

I'm wondering if anyone recognizes the characters from 4:56 ("the underdeveloped gay best friend") and 5:06 ("the jock bully type dude") of "Sex Education: Outsmarting Stereotypes" on YouTube

Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0nChz6ph0s&t=307s

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Sex Education is the #1 most popular TV show online! goodviews.tv/show/sex-edu…
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(Found on a video of asexual representation in the Netlix TV show Sex Education). You heard it folks, representation=bad. Guess we can just stop "fooling ourselves" now.
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dr mike react to sex education (tv show)

ok hear me out but I was watching the chlamydia outbreak episode of sex education last night and honestly id love to see him react to the show? idk just a thought

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What do you think about portrayal of asexual person (Florence) in Sex Education (TV show)?
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Sex Education? (Not the TV Show).

Bit of a weird coincidence that I woke up to the news on the tellybox this morning that ALL schools are going to be made to give sex education (including staying safe online/relationships/etc) from the age of 4.

Last night I was talking to my niece who has just turned 16. I generally take her shopping or buy her tickets for something for her birthday as I literally have no idea what to buy for girls of any age. A couple of years ago I bought her and her friend tickets to see Pink. Found out last night that this friend is pregnant.

This girl is a smart kid. Not just book smart but pretty streetwise too. She fell pregnant after believing the old tale that you can’t get pregnant the first time. I don’t know if her parents talked to her about sex, as I know my family did with my niece, but it is hard to believe that stuff like that can still be in the public perception in 2019.

What came out of the conversation was that their school has very little sex education. This got me thinking.

I left school in 1990. I went to a Church school. I got no sex education at all, apart from don’t do it. The girls got the β€œPeriod” film. The boys got nothing.

So I guess my question for those of you who care to comment is, what was your experience of sex education in school? Did it point you in the right direction or did you go out into the wide world existing on what you picked up from friends, tv shows and jazz mags?

Edit: I guess the more recently you left school would change the context a bit so if you care to give a rough era of leaving it would be interesting.

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Did anyone Get Sex Education (Netflix TV show) vibes throughout the show ?
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[REQUEST] Tv shows similar to Sex Education?

I watch SE yesterday and binged it all the way, any similar Tv series? don't care if it's a different genre, it should be good.

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[Discussion] [Spoiler] TV Show 'Sex Education' mentions Asexuality

So I was watching 'Sex Education' and there was this one girl who just didn't feel any sexual attraction to anyone and while she was talking about it I knew exactly where all would led up. I couldn't stop smiling. God, I love me some good ol' inclusion for my pals!

Sorry if I messed up the tags!

Anyway, take care you beautiful beings <3

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I fooled myself and started watching new tv show on netflix called "sex education", there was nsfw scene at the beginning...

And then turned it off, i feel so stupid and guilty.Why i even wanted to watch it? Its not for me.. At least i didnt relapse, thanks god.

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Watching TV shows or series after Sex education

So it's been more than a month since I finished watching Sex Education, and after that I couldn't take an interest in any other TV show.

One day I went to a friend's house and she told me that she had been watching The Umbrella Academy, so she asked me if I wanted to watch episode 1 with her. My first impressions were fine, but after a couple of minutes I couldn't stand with it. The cast was disgusting and stupid. They talked so unnatural and it seemed ridiculous. The set was ok but just too busy, especially the old house. And the plot was horrendous and meaningless. After viewing all this toxic things I had to tell my friend that I couldn't continue seeing the episode. Then we stopped watching. To keep it clear, I'm not against this show, I have only watched one episode and a half, maybe later it gets better.

But Sex Education was so clean and fresh. Everything was so normal and natural. The set was amazing and very colorful. It was so well made that it felt very very real. And I fell in love with the cast, especially with Maeve and Otis. The best TV show I've watched in my entire life.

Conclusion: I think I'm not going to watch any other TV show until season 2 of SE arrives :)

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TV shows similar to sex education on netflix

love the fact that the female lead is a tough sort of anti-normal sort of girl but totally changes when she meet the one. I want to watch more characters like that.

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If you are gonna start coping Tv shows like Sex Education. Go watch 13 Reasons Why.
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[Education] Hi r/sex! I am part of a club at my university that is working to produce consent and positive sexuality programming. Do any of you know of any good examples of dirty talk from movies or TV shows? We would love to have a clip showing that consent doesn't need to be robotic.

Thank you in advance! I would be happy to share what we're working on if anyone is interested.

In case anyone is curious: I found a clip that I think will be perfect to incorporate: https://youtu.be/unxX6Sq4bbc?t=6m10s

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The Power Of Inclusive Sex Education. Sex ed is changing in America, and not just on teen TV shows. huffingtonpost.com/entry/…
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