A late-night Channel Five series guide real scenes of "sexual activity" has been cleared by media watchdog Ofcom despite complaints about its "shocking and explicit" material.
A Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex, which aired in an The channel included "brief explicit visuals of sexual activity", the filming of ejaculation in a girls vagina and "close camera work" of the biology of male and female bodies. Some 21 viewers complained about four episodes of the series which they claimed showed "immoral" sexual activity ultra flutter vibrator breached UK obscenity laws and could "impart sex information to vulnerable young girls".
A Girl's Guide to 21st Century Sex
However, Ofcom ruled that the programme was not in breach of the broadcasting code as it was classed as a "factual educational" programme featuring advice and information and that there was no absolute prohibition on the broadcast of real sexual intercourse.
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