Trailer - Open House The Great Sex Experiment (Channel 4)
Britain's Channel 4 continues to draw complaints from viewers terrified of its content allegedly intended for the "whole family". He is currently airing the seventh season of Naked Attraction, which pairs fully nude couples, Naked Education, which exposes naked adults to children for educational purposes, and recently aired the documentary "My Massive C***" about men dealing with extra-large penises. Last year, the channel also got hit in the head after transgender comedian Jordan Gray undressed live during an episode of Friday Night Live and played with her male penis on a keyboard. Now some are calling for the channel to be shut down permanently after they believe it has "crossed all limits" and broadcast an featuring 15 men and women.
This happened as part of the Open House: The Great Sex Experiment, in which couples come to a luxury resort to test whether opening up their relationship and having sex with other people will strengthen their relationship. With the guidance of a psychologist and sexologist, couples learn to let go and experiment with others in a variety of tasks that push them to the edge.
The controversial show, now in its second season, aired its most daring episode yet this week — this couple hosted an attended by 15 people. During the episode, Chanis and Richardo, who have been together for 8 years, invited the other contestants to their room for an "after party". Richardo said: "We just invited everyone to an after-party party. There are so many experienced people." The guests began to undress and perform sexual acts with each other - all in front of the cameras and the mesmerized crowd in the house. Although it was difficult for Chanis and Richardo to open up at first, the two eventually had sex in front of the whole group.
A mass on Channel 4's Open House: The Great Sex Experiment (Screenshot, Channel 4/Open House: The Great Sex Experiment)
Chanis and Richardo experience Open House: The Great Sex Experiment (Screenshot, Channel 4/Open House: The Great Sex Experiment)
Viewers were left stunned and took to Twitter to express their outrage. "The Sky movie ended and I went on to watch #OpenHouse. What the hell was that?!? I can't believe this was broadcast on a regular TV channel," one wrote, while another added: "It's crazy that these people have kids... And their kids are going to see it."
"I have to report this filth to Ofcom [the UK telecommunications regulator]. I'd better watch again next week to see if it gets worse," wrote another viewer, while another added: "I just hope someone comes in to clean this room thoroughly before anyone else sleeps there."
Ofcom received over 14,000 complaints about the broadcast of the episode. "We are reviewing the complaints against our broadcasting rules, but we have not yet decided whether or not to investigate," an Ofcom spokesperson told Metro.
More excerpts from the problematic plan:
"I'm the one who helped create that scene. It didn't shock me."
Psychologist and sexologist Dr Laurie Beth Bisbee, from Edinburgh, defended the broadcast of the mass in an episode of the show. The expert who was recruited for the show and accompanies the couples said in response: "I helped create the first sex scene that was broadcast on television with 15 people. It didn't shock me at all."
"I haven't been shocked," she told the Daily Mail, "I've been working with people for 35 years, helping them form relationships with amazing and varied sex – there's not much that can shock me."
Dr Laurie went on to hint that the show would continue to shock viewers, adding: "The season was definitely more intense than the last, because the participants knew what to expect."
Dr. Lori Beth Bisbee, sexologist for Open House: The Great Sex Experiment (Photo: Screenshot, Channel 4/Open House: The Great Sex Experiment)
The expert added that she thinks people are too judgmental when it comes to non-monogamous relationships and insisted that there is "a lot of prejudice" about anything that is not heterosexual or monogamous.
OnlyFans stars Kirsty and Connor participated in the first season of Open House, becoming the first couple to put another man in bed in front of the cameras. Kirsty Fergana: "Dr. Bisbee is an amazing woman. I don't think we could have done it without her. Even after filming the show, she asked to meet and talk to us. She's a woman's diamond."
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