Although the title may seem very suggestive, the Vice ‘People Who Just Had Sex Show’ is surprisingly safe for work.
As someone who is more than partial to absolutely anything that Vice Magazine publishes, this is yet another example of their boundary-pushing abilities. The publication is known for their edgy progressive style, and this series does not disappoint.
The short films published weekly interview people immediately after they have engaged in passionate love-making sessions. The emphasis on immediacy is seen in the setting of these videos as the interviews take place in which the deed was done. The interview proceeds with highly personal questions and a light air of humor in descriptiveness.
The candid nature of the interviews encourages open dialogue on the surprisingly still taboo subject of sexuality. It is highly commendable of Vice to encourage open dialogue of sexual health that undoubtedly increases awareness on contraception and prevention of STDs.
Candid Post-Coital Interviews
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By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Jul 29, 2012 • References: vice