The Joy of Teen Sex

The Joy of Teen Sex
Sex is part of every teenager’s life. They think about it, they worry about it, and a lot of them do it. This new series offers a frank exploration of the love and sex lives of today’s teenagers – presenting solutions to the emotional and physical problems many of them experience. Fronted by sexual health specialist Dr Rachael Jones, Ruth Corden, a graduate in social work who has ten years experience working with young people, and resident sex coach Joanna Wierzbicka, the series revolves around visitors to the Sex Advice Shop walk-in clinic, where the team is on hand to offer young people, and sometimes their parents, support and professional advice. With 18-year-old Billie JD Porter acting as the show’s roving reporter, no subject is off limits, from teen pregnancy to sexual performance and genital health, as the series shines a spotlight on issues that young people care about and experience in their love and sex lives. In Season 2, “The Joy of Teen Sex” returns for a new series with more frank and sometimes shocking revelations on the world of teenage sex. Dr Anita Sturnham, counsellor Emma Kenny, and sex expert Sam Roddick offer honest advice and support to confused, curious teens in the Sex Advice Shop. The Joy of Teen Sex is a British television show on Channel 4 that delves into the world of teenagers and sex. This includes sexual experiences, sexual health, trends and relationship issues. The first series ran from 19 January - 9 February 2011, and aired four episodes. The second series comprises six episodes and began on 27 October 2011.

Most Recent Episode: The Joy of Teen Sex Season 2, Episode 6: Episode 6 (Air Date: 12/14/2011)

Premiere Date: January 19, 2011
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Country: GB
Air Day: Friday

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