A Brief History Of Sex On TV
On my washing machine, there is a lock. To activate it, you must hold down the start button for a particular length of time at just the right intensity; too soft and nothing happens, too hard and the machine beeps angrily at you. Finally, an entangled heap of damp but refreshed clothes tumbles out at the other end. Consider now the female orgasm. Pressed or caressed the right way, a woman can be transported to such ecstasy, that for a few seconds, the rest of the world ceases to exist. But get it wrong and pain, frustration, or dull nothingness can ensue. Why are orgasms so intensely pleasurable?
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In the film world, this honour goes to Austrian actress Hedy Lamarr in Ecstasy , who later parlayed this notoriety to launch a successfully Hollywood career and an unlikely sideline as an inventor, her research eventually providing the groundwork for Wi-Fi technology. With this in mind, we've trawled the archives to bring you a brief and non-exhaustive history of sex on the small screen, starting in the strait-laced 50s and culminating with this year's most talked-about shows In the s, TV censorship was so tight that on-screen couples couldn't even be pictured in bed together. On I Love Lucy , the lead characters Lucy Lucille Ball and Ricky Desi Arnaz would be shown lying alongside one another in two twin beds pushed together despite their being a married couple in real life… Plus, when Lucy was pregnant, she wasn't allowed to use that word, instead referring to being 'with child' or 'having a baby. Things relaxed a little in the '60s, when Bewitched 's Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York pulled off a double first: not only were their characters the first on-screen couple to be pictured sharing the same bed shock , they were also the first pair of stars who weren't married in real life to be shown in the bedroom together. Apparently, it made sense, because Elizabeth's character was a witch. The mind boggles.
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The actor appears in new BBC drama 'Wanderlust' which she praised for its honest portrayal of female sexual pleasure. In , the female orgasm is still considered somewhat illusive, apparently to the point that actress Toni Collette is convinced she is the first actress to have one on the BBC. And who could forget the moment a BBC Breakfast journalist was interrupted during a live broadcast by what appeared to be the sound of a woman climaxing? Collette said she expected it to start conversations around the idea of long-term relationships and whether lifelong monogamy is possible — or desirable.
This month, news outlets worldwide issued breathless reports of a wondrous implant that causes orgasms at the touch of a button. The Orgasmatron, patented by Dr Stuart Meloy, is a small box wired to the spine that can send out waves of pleasure signals whenever the user desires. Dig a little deeper though, and it turns out this technology has a strange and fascinating backstory.
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