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Bangkok Girl is a documentary film that was both produced and directed by Jordan Clark. It is a low-budget film. It costed roughly $10,000 to produce, and takes sex tourism in Bangkok as its subject.
Bangkok Girl is 43 minutes long and focuses on Pla, a bargirl who is 19 years old and who guides Clark through the city. The film explores Pla’s background and how she came to be where she is. Pla began working as a prostitue at the age of 13, and, while she had managed to avoid being prostituted up until the point that the documentary was filmed, the film suggests that she will eventually be forcably prostituted.
In November 2005, the film aired on “The Lens”, a program on Canada’s CBC Television. Sweden’s Sveriges Television also aired the film. In 2011,Tara Teng, a Canadian abolitionist who was Miss Canada at the time, said that her first impetus to combat human trafficking came from watching Bangkok Girl. In one scene of the film, Pla looks into the lens of the camera and says “No one cares about me.” Teng said that this line changed her life. She further said that, at the time, she could not understand how a person could believe their personal worth was determined by the amount of money a person would pay for them.
Arguably this is the most comprehensive and best sex education documentary ever produced, “A Girl’s Guide to 21st Century Sex” is a documentary about sex, which ran for 8 episodes on UK Public TV in 2006. All 8 episodes here are in full, indexed and in chronological order.
As shown in the index it is a vital educational resource for all genders, persuasions and ages.
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Falling in love and having sex for the first time are milestones which people never forget. The first episode of this three-part series accompanies young adults as they navigate this sexual territory for the first time and uncovers what is going on in our minds and bodies on the road to losing our virginity. Using CGI and computer graphics to travel inside the human body, the programme explores the physiological, neurological and psychological changes that happen before, during and after sex.
It tracks one couple’s ride from initial feelings to full-blown love, but it is a guessing game all the way – so is sex on the cards? The science behind their attraction is uncovered. For others with love in the bag, a wedding is the chance to confirm their beliefs and open the doors to a new level of intimacy, but will giving each other their virginity deepen their love even further?
Sexual adventures are as much about finding your identity as they are about having fun, and for one gay man he has it all to do. The excitement of his first gay pride helps reaffirm his desires, but how will he cope when coming out to his family for the first time?
Many people regret decisions made in the heat of the moment – we hear how abortion became one girl’s only option, and for another there is exclusive access into a new surgical procedure which allows her to become a virgin again.
The pressure to ‘get it right’ is always there, and for one group of lads a booze-fuelled holiday is the way to go. The effect of alcohol is explored, including the science behind ‘beer goggles’ – but will it end in sex on the beach? (source: bbc.co.uk)
It’s been called world’s oldest profession yet it’s always been taboo – prostitution. Around the world the sex industry presents many faces. From the violent sex slums of Bangladesh, to the deadly sidewalks of the United States. From the stylish bordellos of Australia, to Europe where the disabled pay for sex, and where man are videotaped in futuristic cyber-brothels. Step into the forbidden world of sex for sale. Those who sell sex, whether male or female, are shunned and labeled as whores or hookers.
Those who buy it are seen as sleazy and immoral. But does prostitution change its nature when it steps from the third world to the first, or are violence, drug abuse and disease global realities? When street pimps give away to legal brothels, is prostitution destigmatized?
And when sex is sold as a service to the disabled does it become legitimate? As old as the hills, but forever changing, prostitution takes more forms than ever before. But are they all still taboo?
On the banks of the river Padma, in Bangladesh, Maya stares across the water toward her former home, the city of Dhaka. This mighty river symbolizes Maya’s separation from her family and her past life. It reminds her that she can never return for she is a prostitute. Maya is trapped in a sprawling brothel town called Daulatdia – a modern day Sodom and Gomorrah. Trucks, laden with goods for Dhaka, line up for days waiting to cross the river. This giant traffic jam spawned Daulatdia, a roadside sex slum of over 2000 shacks, each housing a prostitute. The women there service thousands of men a day, for two to four dollars at a time.
In a country where nearly sixty million people live on a less than a dollar a day, many women see prostitution as an economic necessity. In fact the law allows unemployed women over eighteen to apply for permission to work as a prostitute. Although legal, Bangladeshi society still treats these women as outcasts. Prostitution is closely related to the notion of two concepts called “purity” and “pollution” which originally come from Hindu culture. Hindus form the second largest religious group in Bangladesh. Whatever her religion, when a woman turns to prostitution she becomes forever tainted.
The private lives of the Nazis is a tale of sordid self-fulfilment at total odds with official policy and the theory of a pure master race. Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels and many others indulged themselves whilst creating The Advisory Board for Population and Racial Policy to oversee the morals of the German population.
However, Britain’s secret Special Operations Executive knew the truth and set up a special division to elaborate on it. Working from a secret location in the English countryside they created ‘Black’ propaganda and disseminated pornography to German troops and the German population illustrating the sexual perversions of their leaders. This is the tale of how the fiddled while Germany burned.