Netflix and Vox Team Up To Make Explicit Sex “Education” Series

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While we continue to wage war on sexual perversion being foisted upon our children in the classroom, we cannot forget about the perversion seeking them out in the living room as well.

If you are a Netflix subscriber, that job just got a little bit harder thanks to a new show called Sex, Explained.

Though it is intended for “mature audiences,” a quick glance at the docuseries synopsis reveals that it’s sure to be more of the same leftist “sex-positive” propaganda intended only for those enlightened individuals who are perfectly comfortable with all forms of sexuality, no matter how unnatural or vomit-inducing.

“From the biology of attraction to the history of birth control, explore the ins and outs of sex in this entertaining and enlightening series,” reads the show description.

There is a trailer, but Netflix has even managed to cram enough graphic sex depictions into that to make it completely unshareable here. Watch at your own risk.

The show is a limited-run spinoff of Explained, another Netflix docuseries produced by Vox Media, which spans topics such as “The Future of Meat,” racial and gender pay gaps, and billionaires (with invaluable insight from Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is merely a lowly millionaire, of course.)

While the Explained series is narrated by an array of celebrities, leftist pop star Janelle Monáe narrates all five episodes of Sex, Explained, discussing issues like sexual fantasies, attraction, birth control, fertility, and childbirth.

Unsurprisingly, the mechanics of abortion or the sexual ethics of those who abstain until marriage and remain monogamous don’t seem to have earned any representation in the series. I wonder why.

Thankfully, The Daily Beast reviewed the show so that we don’t have to:

The first installment, titled “Sexual Fantasies,” is the most salacious of the five. Between footage of orgies and stills of ropes and leather harnesses, Monáe explains that sexual fantasies are typically divided into three genres—group sex (self-explanatory), novelty (having sex in new ways, like in public or using toys), and power/control (BDSM). The Band-Aid of cultural taboo is ripped off within the first 30 seconds of the episode when a bright yellow graphic illustrates that three of the six most-searched terms on Pornhub in 2018 included the word “mom.”

Ugh!! That tells us everything we need to know.

While there are work-arounds to block shows like this from showing up on your Netflix home screen (where its trailer often auto-plays whether you selected it or not), Netflix has repeatedly demonstrated that they have little interest in being anything more than a left-bent hub of soft pornography. Stop wasting your money on this “service” and #CancelNetflix!

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