'Subjectified' Documentary Shows It's Okay To Talk About Sex (Video)
Dec 07, 2012 13:11
Nope, this isn't a parody on an old Salt N' Pepa song. "Subjectified" is a new documentary which addresses female sexuality based on interviews conducted with nine young women from across the United States. Here's a description that was posted on the official website:
While our culture is saturated with images of female sexuality, the real voices of women themselves are frequently missing. Through in-depth interviews, "Subjectified" lets women do the talking, trading easy answers and stereotypes for brutal honesty. The stories may sound familiar: young moms, abstinent Christians, lesbians, survivors of assaults and STDs. But outside the world of reality TV and sound bites, women approach their lives in complex and unexpected ways.
In the trailer above and the clip below, the women discuss subjects like masturbation, virginity, emotional intimacy, hooking up, marriage, sexual assault, using condoms and orgasms, and at the end of the trailer, one young woman gets to the heart of why young women have sex: "It's pleasurable, it's enjoyable, it's worth having."
Not all the women featured were comfortable in discussing the topic, but
it's kind of refreshing to know that there are women out there who are
more in touch with how they really feel about sex.
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