Catherine Hood. The minute-long episodes including advertisements were broadcast on Monday nights. The series started on 30 Octoberwith the final programme broadcast on 18 December
With a whole new world presented in the jobs of the night fuelled by websites and social media, the world of transactional sex has never been more accessible to people who might have never previously considered it. Previously based in the US, the Brit returns to the UK to meet women legally providing sexual services, either to make a living or to supplement their income, potentially earning hundreds of pounds per hour. From using tech to share photos, make bookings and vet potential clients, Louis explores a business that is more accessible and, according to some, safer than the illegal alternatives.
Channel 5 has really been giving us the goods lately, and its new documentary about people who have relationships with sex dolls looks just as fascinating. Me and My Sex Dollswhich was shown on TV last night, is the first episode in the new Sex Business series - a three-part documentary which explores the less conventional areas of the sex industry. However, some viewers were left shocked by what they saw.
Tweet Trafficking. We look over the shoulders of the police during both breakthroughs and setbacks - we are there when the raid the home of the man suspected to be the ringleader, see his interrogation unfolding, and in an electrifying moment in the film, witness the delight of the investigating officers when he dramatically changes his story. Gaining the trust of victims - who as a result of the grooming process, don't see themselves as victims - is key to the success of the case, but it takes months for the police to win their trust and keep them on board as they prepare for the harrowing process of going to court. As the police work with the victims, they begin to understand a vicious cycle of grooming, which starts with flattery and friendship, then moves onto a more overtly sexual relationship, and then finally becomes exploitative as the groomers pass the girls around their networks of friends and family for sex.
Sometimes, standard documentaries don't cut the mustard. Occasionally, you'll find yourself in the mood to explore a darker, dirtier, or sexier side of life on-screen. That's where Netflix comes in handy.
Few filmmakers if any have been required to eat the beating heart of a turbot to earn the trust of their subjects. For James Incledon the very fresh snack was just part of a process of initiation that allowed him to capture life on the high seas like it has never been seen before. The Catch, which starts on Monday, is Channel 4's latest fixed-rig camera documentary.
Could this be one of the most extreme and controversial videos ever to be uploaded onto YouTube? The two-minute clip shows full penetration, filmed from inside the vagina and the tip of the penis. YouTube viewers also see explicit shots of the male orgasm.
Sign in. This adults-only late-night series focuses on some of the ways women and men are cashing in on the online-sex craze. Linda Hamilton pulls back the curtain on her career in a round of "Fill in the Blank. Watch now.
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