Sexuality

Australia, 1985

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Episode number 11 of Series “Not suitable for adults”.
This episode deals with teenage hetero-sexual behaviour and aims to show the confusion teenagers experience in dealing with their sexuality. Through a series of comic sketches, teenagers discuss what parents and society tell them about sex, their sex roles as females and males, self-esteem and body image. There is little information in the program as it is more of an attempt to validate adolescent experiences rather than providing any answers.

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Credits

director

Garry Dunstan

producer

Pat Hunder

production company

Australia. Special Broadcasting Service

It's About Time

Duration

00:28:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1985

Appears in

Not suitable for adults

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Not suitable for adults

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