In case you missed it in the headline, let me just start this news item by warning you just HOW NSFW THIS PIECE IS. You should not click on any of these links if you are offended by nudity, sex or are at work. GOT IT?
Still here? Great. An anonymous contributor submitted this link showcasing what Norwegian public television is like. And as part of their programming on sexual education, they're not only courageous about explaining what goes where, but what people like doing and how to do it safely. You can see a clip here or you can watch an entire episode here. And, yes, the Scandinavians are the coolest.
Now, you might be thinking that it's a bad idea for PBS to start showing pornography when people like Romney are dying to cut its funding, and you're absolutely right. However, this isn't porn! This is educational programming featuring the legendary sex educator/author/artist/activist Betty Dodson, and frankly, this is information that people need to have. If you, incidentally, feel sexual arousal while Carlin Ross is pleasuring herself according to Betty's methods, well, that's all you. There's nothing obscene or indecent about it; it's as Betty very flatly says when Carlin is done coming, "Good."
Sidenote: imagine if every time you orgasmed, you heard Betty Dodson's monotone voice say "good" in your ear. You'd probably have ten times as much self-esteem and confidence.
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