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Episode 1, Thursday 27th October, 10pm, Channel 4

First into the Sex Advice Shop is 19-year-old Jordan who hates performing oral sex on girls, and is looking for some help from resident sex expert Sam Roddick to embrace this act of foreplay. It is news to him that the majority of women don't orgasm from penetrative sex and that if he wants to satisfy his women he's going to have to invest some more time and effort in female pleasure!

 

Bisexual Kerys is next to visit the Sex Advice Shop to see Dr Anita Sturnham the resident GP. Kerys suffers from pain when she tries to have penetrative sex. Her relationships have largely been with girls, but she worries she won't be able to have sex with guys. Dr Anita suspects she's suffering from vaginismus and talks her through how to overcome this common problem.

20-year-old Hollie is suffering from a recent heartbreak after her ex-boyfriend cheated on her. She is hoping counsellor Emma Kenny can help rebuild her trust and stop thinking she wasn't a good enough girlfriend for him. Emma offers her a whole different perspective on the situation helps her see that she really deserves better.

Best friends Laura and Rebecca come to see Sam for some advice on how to master the art of being on top. They have a distorted view on what it ought to be like thanks to seeing girls in porn films. They admit they fake orgasms with guys - and Sam feels very strongly that no woman should ever fake it! So with the help of the Joy of Teen Sex actors Sam shows them a how to guide to succeeding on top.

Meanwhile, each week 19-year-old Billie JD Porter discovers what teens really get up to when it comes to Sex. This week she is exploring holiday sex in Magaluf, Majorca, and why so many teens jet off on holidays focused on getting really drunk and having loads of sex. Is it all harmless fun, or do some poolside games go too far?

Back in the UK and Anton, a self-confessed womaniser aged 20, has just returned from his own holiday where he slept with eight girls in 11 days. But Anton rarely uses condoms as he doesn't believe they work even though he's had chlamydia twice in 12 months. He comes to see Dr Anita for the facts on STIs and sees some eye opening images that are enough to change his outlook on condoms for the better.

Last in to see counsellor Emma are young lovers 16-year-old Nicole, and 18-year-old Jake. Though very much in love, Nicole never lets Jake see her naked and always covers herself up during sex. She's conscious of her stretch marks and like many young girls thinks she is overweight. Jake wants her to be proud of her body and confident about how she looks. Can Emma help rid her of her negative body image?  

 

A Betty Television production

Executive Producer  David Emerson

Series producer Carrie Britton

 

Episode 2, Thursday 3rd November, 10pm, Channel 4

In this second programme, Dr Anita meets a young man whose risky sex life has become a danger to his health. Gareth, aged 21, estimates he has had sex with over 200 people and rarely uses a condom. He is now worried he may have contracted HIV as he has never had an STI check.  He bravely decides to undergo a HIV test with Dr Anita. Will his years of promiscuity have put him at risk?

 

Meanwhile Darcy, a daring amateur model aged 18, has come to see the Sex Advice Shop experts because she suffers from an over-sensitive clitoris which she also has pierced. Dr Anita thinks the piercing may be causing the sensitivity rather than increasing Darcy's pleasure. But with a clean bill of health it looks like it could be more of a mental barrier for Darcy, so she turns to counsellor Emma for some advice...

19-year-old Hannah and 20-year-old Lee are next in to the Sex Advice Shop to seek some tips from resident sex expert Sam on new positions to overcome an obstacle - a baby bump! Hannah is seven months pregnant and they're keen to keep enjoying sex but they're now self-conscious of the bump.  Sam has some tricks up her sleeve to help them still have loving sexual relationship.

In a more unusual case, 19-year-old Kaylee has come to see Emma to help her with a sexual phobia. Kaylee was once told that having an orgasm can make some girls pee, and now she has such a phobia that she will wet herself when she has sex she's never let herself get anywhere near climaxing. 

Emma reassures her that female ejaculation, or squirting, is most definitely not urine but she cannot get the fear out of her mind, and also discovers that Kaylee has a lot of fears including heights. The only way to overcome her phobias - face her fears! Emma prescribes a bungee jump, but will she do it and will it help her let go?

This week teenager Billie JD Porter is looking into why more and more teens are trying anal sex. The teens she meets say they're heavily influenced by the increase of anal sex in pornography. But are they really aware of the complexities around performing anal sex, and the added risks? So Billie goes to an anal porn shoot to find out the realities of performing anal sex - and soon finds it to be a serious turn off, even for those preparing to perform.

Also in this programme, Sam meets an 18-year-old Daryll who thinks he is already bored by sex when in fact it ought to be quality not quantity; Billie meets porn producer Ben Dover and Gareth gets the results of his full sexual health screening.

 

The Joy of Teen Sex reopens the doors of the Sex Advice Shop for a second series, helping curious teens find advice on all aspects of sex and relationships.

More than just a sex education programme, The Joy of Teen Sex delves into the lives of today's teenagers who are already thinking about, talking about, having and experimenting with sex. 

During the series the teens will be treated, counselled and guided by the collective wisdom of three practicing professionals - GP Dr Anita Sturnham, counsellor Emma Kenny and sex expert Sam Roddick.

Between them they will endeavour to set teenage minds at ease and no subject is off limits; from teen pregnancy to sexual performance and genital health; relationship woes and of course, how to have safe and pleasurable sex lives.

 

Episode 1, Thursday 27th October, 10pm, Channel 4

First into the Sex Advice Shop is 19-year-old Jordan who hates performing oral sex on girls, and is looking for some help from resident sex expert Sam Roddick to embrace this act of foreplay. It is news to him that the majority of women don't orgasm from penetrative sex and that if he wants to satisfy his women he's going to have to invest some more time and effort in female pleasure!

 

Bisexual Kerys is next to visit the Sex Advice Shop to see Dr Anita Sturnham the resident GP. Kerys suffers from pain when she tries to have penetrative sex. Her relationships have largely been with girls, but she worries she won't be able to have sex with guys. Dr Anita suspects she's suffering from vaginismus and talks her through how to overcome this common problem.

20-year-old Hollie is suffering from a recent heartbreak after her ex-boyfriend cheated on her. She is hoping counsellor Emma Kenny can help rebuild her trust and stop thinking she wasn't a good enough girlfriend for him. Emma offers her a whole different perspective on the situation helps her see that she really deserves better.

Best friends Laura and Rebecca come to see Sam for some advice on how to master the art of being on top. They have a distorted view on what it ought to be like thanks to seeing girls in porn films. They admit they fake orgasms with guys - and Sam feels very strongly that no woman should ever fake it! So with the help of the Joy of Teen Sex actors Sam shows them a how to guide to succeeding on top.

Meanwhile, each week 19-year-old Billie JD Porter discovers what teens really get up to when it comes to Sex. This week she is exploring holiday sex in Magaluf, Majorca, and why so many teens jet off on holidays focused on getting really drunk and having loads of sex. Is it all harmless fun, or do some poolside games go too far?

Back in the UK and Anton, a self-confessed womaniser aged 20, has just returned from his own holiday where he slept with eight girls in 11 days. But Anton rarely uses condoms as he doesn't believe they work even though he's had chlamydia twice in 12 months. He comes to see Dr Anita for the facts on STIs and sees some eye opening images that are enough to change his outlook on condoms for the better.

Last in to see counsellor Emma are young lovers 16-year-old Nicole, and 18-year-old Jake. Though very much in love, Nicole never lets Jake see her naked and always covers herself up during sex. She's conscious of her stretch marks and like many young girls thinks she is overweight. Jake wants her to be proud of her body and confident about how she looks. Can Emma help rid her of her negative body image?  

 

A Betty Television production

Executive Producer  David Emerson

Series producer Carrie Britton

 

Episode 2, Thursday 3rd November, 10pm, Channel 4

In this second programme, Dr Anita meets a young man whose risky sex life has become a danger to his health. Gareth, aged 21, estimates he has had sex with over 200 people and rarely uses a condom. He is now worried he may have contracted HIV as he has never had an STI check.  He bravely decides to undergo a HIV test with Dr Anita. Will his years of promiscuity have put him at risk?

 

Meanwhile Darcy, a daring amateur model aged 18, has come to see the Sex Advice Shop experts because she suffers from an over-sensitive clitoris which she also has pierced. Dr Anita thinks the piercing may be causing the sensitivity rather than increasing Darcy's pleasure. But with a clean bill of health it looks like it could be more of a mental barrier for Darcy, so she turns to counsellor Emma for some advice...

19-year-old Hannah and 20-year-old Lee are next in to the Sex Advice Shop to seek some tips from resident sex expert Sam on new positions to overcome an obstacle - a baby bump! Hannah is seven months pregnant and they're keen to keep enjoying sex but they're now self-conscious of the bump.  Sam has some tricks up her sleeve to help them still have loving sexual relationship.

In a more unusual case, 19-year-old Kaylee has come to see Emma to help her with a sexual phobia. Kaylee was once told that having an orgasm can make some girls pee, and now she has such a phobia that she will wet herself when she has sex she's never let herself get anywhere near climaxing. 

Emma reassures her that female ejaculation, or squirting, is most definitely not urine but she cannot get the fear out of her mind, and also discovers that Kaylee has a lot of fears including heights. The only way to overcome her phobias - face her fears! Emma prescribes a bungee jump, but will she do it and will it help her let go?

This week teenager Billie JD Porter is looking into why more and more teens are trying anal sex. The teens she meets say they're heavily influenced by the increase of anal sex in pornography. But are they really aware of the complexities around performing anal sex, and the added risks? So Billie goes to an anal porn shoot to find out the realities of performing anal sex - and soon finds it to be a serious turn off, even for those preparing to perform.

Also in this programme, Sam meets an 18-year-old Daryll who thinks he is already bored by sex when in fact it ought to be quality not quantity; Billie meets porn producer Ben Dover and Gareth gets the results of his full sexual health screening.

 

The Joy of Teen Sex reopens the doors of the Sex Advice Shop for a second series, helping curious teens find advice on all aspects of sex and relationships.

More than just a sex education programme, The Joy of Teen Sex delves into the lives of today's teenagers who are already thinking about, talking about, having and experimenting with sex. 

During the series the teens will be treated, counselled and guided by the collective wisdom of three practicing professionals - GP Dr Anita Sturnham, counsellor Emma Kenny and sex expert Sam Roddick.

Between them they will endeavour to set teenage minds at ease and no subject is off limits; from teen pregnancy to sexual performance and genital health; relationship woes and of course, how to have safe and pleasurable sex lives.

 

Episode 1, Thursday 27th October, 10pm, Channel 4

First into the Sex Advice Shop is 19-year-old Jordan who hates performing oral sex on girls, and is looking for some help from resident sex expert Sam Roddick to embrace this act of foreplay. It is news to him that the majority of women don't orgasm from penetrative sex and that if he wants to satisfy his women he's going to have to invest some more time and effort in female pleasure!

 

Bisexual Kerys is next to visit the Sex Advice Shop to see Dr Anita Sturnham the resident GP. Kerys suffers from pain when she tries to have penetrative sex. Her relationships have largely been with girls, but she worries she won't be able to have sex with guys. Dr Anita suspects she's suffering from vaginismus and talks her through how to overcome this common problem.

20-year-old Hollie is suffering from a recent heartbreak after her ex-boyfriend cheated on her. She is hoping counsellor Emma Kenny can help rebuild her trust and stop thinking she wasn't a good enough girlfriend for him. Emma offers her a whole different perspective on the situation helps her see that she really deserves better.

Best friends Laura and Rebecca come to see Sam for some advice on how to master the art of being on top. They have a distorted view on what it ought to be like thanks to seeing girls in porn films. They admit they fake orgasms with guys - and Sam feels very strongly that no woman should ever fake it! So with the help of the Joy of Teen Sex actors Sam shows them a how to guide to succeeding on top.

Meanwhile, each week 19-year-old Billie JD Porter discovers what teens really get up to when it comes to Sex. This week she is exploring holiday sex in Magaluf, Majorca, and why so many teens jet off on holidays focused on getting really drunk and having loads of sex. Is it all harmless fun, or do some poolside games go too far?

Back in the UK and Anton, a self-confessed womaniser aged 20, has just returned from his own holiday where he slept with eight girls in 11 days. But Anton rarely uses condoms as he doesn't believe they work even though he's had chlamydia twice in 12 months. He comes to see Dr Anita for the facts on STIs and sees some eye opening images that are enough to change his outlook on condoms for the better.

Last in to see counsellor Emma are young lovers 16-year-old Nicole, and 18-year-old Jake. Though very much in love, Nicole never lets Jake see her naked and always covers herself up during sex. She's conscious of her stretch marks and like many young girls thinks she is overweight. Jake wants her to be proud of her body and confident about how she looks. Can Emma help rid her of her negative body image?  

 

A Betty Television production

Executive Producer  David Emerson

Series producer Carrie Britton

 

Episode 2, Thursday 3rd November, 10pm, Channel 4

In this second programme, Dr Anita meets a young man whose risky sex life has become a danger to his health. Gareth, aged 21, estimates he has had sex with over 200 people and rarely uses a condom. He is now worried he may have contracted HIV as he has never had an STI check.  He bravely decides to undergo a HIV test with Dr Anita. Will his years of promiscuity have put him at risk?

 

Meanwhile Darcy, a daring amateur model aged 18, has come to see the Sex Advice Shop experts because she suffers from an over-sensitive clitoris which she also has pierced. Dr Anita thinks the piercing may be causing the sensitivity rather than increasing Darcy's pleasure. But with a clean bill of health it looks like it could be more of a mental barrier for Darcy, so she turns to counsellor Emma for some advice...

19-year-old Hannah and 20-year-old Lee are next in to the Sex Advice Shop to seek some tips from resident sex expert Sam on new positions to overcome an obstacle - a baby bump! Hannah is seven months pregnant and they're keen to keep enjoying sex but they're now self-conscious of the bump.  Sam has some tricks up her sleeve to help them still have loving sexual relationship.

In a more unusual case, 19-year-old Kaylee has come to see Emma to help her with a sexual phobia. Kaylee was once told that having an orgasm can make some girls pee, and now she has such a phobia that she will wet herself when she has sex she's never let herself get anywhere near climaxing. 

Emma reassures her that female ejaculation, or squirting, is most definitely not urine but she cannot get the fear out of her mind, and also discovers that Kaylee has a lot of fears including heights. The only way to overcome her phobias - face her fears! Emma prescribes a bungee jump, but will she do it and will it help her let go?

This week teenager Billie JD Porter is looking into why more and more teens are trying anal sex. The teens she meets say they're heavily influenced by the increase of anal sex in pornography. But are they really aware of the complexities around performing anal sex, and the added risks? So Billie goes to an anal porn shoot to find out the realities of performing anal sex - and soon finds it to be a serious turn off, even for those preparing to perform.

Also in this programme, Sam meets an 18-year-old Daryll who thinks he is already bored by sex when in fact it ought to be quality not quantity; Billie meets porn producer Ben Dover and Gareth gets the results of his full sexual health screening.

 

The Joy of Teen Sex reopens the doors of the Sex Advice Shop for a second series, helping curious teens find advice on all aspects of sex and relationships.

More than just a sex education programme, The Joy of Teen Sex delves into the lives of today's teenagers who are already thinking about, talking about, having and experimenting with sex. 

During the series the teens will be treated, counselled and guided by the collective wisdom of three practicing professionals - GP Dr Anita Sturnham, counsellor Emma Kenny and sex expert Sam Roddick.

Between them they will endeavour to set teenage minds at ease and no subject is off limits; from teen pregnancy to sexual performance and genital health; relationship woes and of course, how to have safe and pleasurable sex lives.