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The Lovers' guide
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Check out our gallery of Emmy nominees in the leading and supporting acting categories in real life and in character. See more Emmy nominees. Title: The Lovers' Guide Video This was the first of the videos that started a trend of sex education videos in the early s. I guess the idea behind it was for liberated women to go into a high street store and buy it without any type of guilt or inhibition , but no doubt the main buyer market was teenage boys and dirty old men THE LOVERS GUIDE is groundbreaking in the fact that it publicised that the couples involved were real life partners but this is slightly dishonest , yes the main couple featured Wendy and her husband were indeed a real life couple who'd been married several years but there was some public controversy that at least one of the couples Kathryn The gorgeous brunette and Marino The well buffed geezer with a ponytail had never met one another until they appeared on set where they had unprotected sex for the camera.
The Lovers' Guide
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The Lovers' Guide is a sex and relationships advice brand, produced by Lifetime Productions International Ltd, which launched with the release of the first Lovers' Guide video in Presented by the sexologist Dr Andrew Stanway, and produced by Robert Page and William Campbell, this became the only non-fiction film to top the UK video charts; it sold 1. The release caused controversy. While the BBFC British Board of Film Classification granted the title an 18 certificate , which would normally be a license for general UK distribution, this was technically merely advisory and the producer, Robert Page, faced charges of obscenity, which were subsequently dropped.