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Sex Box: Channel 4 to broadcast people silently shagging in a plastic box

by | 24th, September 2013

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CHANNEL 4 are going to show a programme that will feature couples having sex in a sound-proofed box in a TV studio with audience, which isn’t sinister version of The Cube at all.

Three couples (two straight and one gay) will take turns to step into the box before being asked questions by host Mariella Frostrup and a panel of hooting sex experts in the new show Sex Box .

Apparently, the aim of the show is to reclaim sex from pornography'”and Frostrup hopes that the show would spark a “mature, intelligent discussion about sex in Britain today”:

“I approached it with great trepidation and a degree of scepticism, particularly about why we needed a box, but ultimately I think it was a really, really mature – surprisingly for television – look at a subject we’ve allowed to proliferate in its worst manifestations and refuse to confront.

“The sex we see on screen, in magazines and increasingly online bears little relation to the real experiences of real people – this will be a frank conversation about an essential element in all our lives.”

So, for those tuning in, we’ll see twentysomethings Rachel and Dean having it away, followed by long-termers Matt and John, and childhood sweethearts Lynette and Des.

One of the awful television sex experts is Tracey Cox, who says:

“The Box itself is a unique way to get peoples’ attention and to recognise that sex is a normal part of all our lives and something we need to be talking about openly and honestly.”

Only sex experts think that people don’t talk about sex openly and honestly. It’s almost like they’re in

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