Sex: How It Works

Synopsis:
Genre: Documentary
 
IMDB:
6.6
TV-14
Year:
2013
120 min
32 Views

We're going to head to the

bedroom and the lab to unlock

the mysterious world

of sex we all live in.

To discover the truth

behind the female orgasm,

we'll watch as a woman climaxes

in the name of science.

PROF KOMISARUK:
Start

genital stimulation.

MONICA:
Donating an orgasm for

science, how bad could that be?

NARRATOR:
Reveal how

micro-machinery allowed a man

to experience an erection

for the first time.

COLIN:
... that's was a

thirty-thousand dollar erection

that you just saw.

See if a pick up artist can help

a 30 year old virgin overcome

his fear of approaching women.

KURT:
... just wondering where

you got your fancy outfits at,

they're... they're neat!

NARRATOR:
And find out if

alcohol really does make people

more sexually attractive.

POP GIRL:
One drink and

just start making out,

have a good make-out session,

and I'm ready to pull off

my pants for you.

ROB:
Sex is for fun, sex

is for, uh, excitement.

TIFFANY:
With me being a virgin

there are some things I just

won't know until we have sex.

COLIN:
Being surrounded by other

guys in hockey locker rooms

the conversation of sex

comes up all the time.

NARRATOR:
To reveal just how sex

works we're going to take you

on a journey from virginity,

via arousal, to birth.

And where better to

start, than a bar?

A place where humans have been

hooking up for generations.

But this isn't just any bar;

we've tricked it up with the

latest gizmos, to show how even

when you think you're in control

it's your sex drive

that's doing the talking.

Meet our volunteers - 8 men and

8 women who've never met before

and who, for now,

are being kept apart.

DR LINDA:
Be as honest as you

can we'll see where we all are

at the end ok?

NARRATOR:
The expert in charge

is Dr Linda Papadopoulos

psychologist and sex expert.

DR LINDA:
Sex drive is integral

to the human condition,

without it, humanity as

we know it would die out.

We need to have sex drive.

NARRATOR:
Dr Linda is going

to subject the volunteers to a

series of tests to reveal if

choosing a potential sex partner

is a conscious choice or one

made by our sex hormones.

And the first step is spotting

a face we like the look of.

DR LINDA:
This is just about

trying to see how aware we are

of what we like.

MALE PARTICIPANT:... if she

gives me a little challenge,

a little push, maybe

some attitude, some sass!

Y'know, I like that.

DR LINDA:
If we are talking

about evolution it's all about

passing on your genes and what

you want in a future mate.

NARRATOR:
The first part of the

test is to see if pictures of

the women will arouse the men in

ways they're not even aware of.

DR LINDA:
Men tend to be more

visual that women when it comes

to what they find enticing

which partly to do with how men

are socialised.

If you look at the vast majority

of pornography out there...

vast, vast majority, it's

directed towards men.

This is Jon...

Hi... Hi how are you doing...

So what we want to do it see how

you respond to different images

of women.

So we're going to do

a couple of things,

this is a galvanic skin response

monitor so it's gonna basically

just look at how

you are reacting.

We're also gonna look at pupil

dilation and finally we're gonna

get to look at how you look

at faces through our imaging

techniques. Ok?

MALE PARTICIPANT: Ok, cool.

NARRATOR:
What the men don't

know is that they're going

to meet the women in

the pictures later.

JON:
Ok, you're good to go.

DR LINDA:
We're done?

Ok, so just come through here.

So make yourself

comfortable on the stool.

This is the eye tracking

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