What should we be taught about sexual pleasure?
What did you learn about sexual pleasure when you were growing up?
Chances are, you didn’t learn much in school. And if the latest research is anything to go by, we still have a lot to learn now.
According to a US based study, 90% of heterosexual men said they climaxed during sex, while only 60% of heterosexual women said the same.
In the UK, when the new sex education guidelines are introduced in September 2020, pleasure will remain off the agenda.
In this programme, we talk to people in the UK and Rwanda to explore how society and culture influence how we experience pleasure. We look at what we were, or weren’t, taught about sex at school and meet a man who is finding ways to close the gender pleasure gap outside of the classroom.
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In Rwanda we find out about a cultural practice that allegedly puts female pleasure first, but is also linked to a controversial form of female genital modification.
The World Health Organisation does not explicitly mention labial elongation as a form of female genital mutilation. It periodically reviews the typology and classification of certain practices and the next review is envisioned for 2020-2021. In this documentary, we look at competing attitudes when it comes to female sexual pleasure and explore the collision zone between individual rights and preserving cultural practices.