Freiheit für die Liebe 1969 60f 480p Freedom to Love

Freiheit für die Liebe 1969 60f 480p Freedom to Love


It is a sex education film of sorts dedicated to all forms of human sexuality. Documentation, drama and interviews about sex education. Touches on issues of homosexuality and first sexual experiences of children.



Information about the film:
Original Title: Freiheit für die Liebe
Country, Channel: West Germany
Release Date: 1969
Genres: Documentary
Creator: Eberhardt Kronhausen, Phyllis Kronhausen
Cast: Marie Antoinette, John Bowen, Richard Bright, Hans Henrik Brydensholt, Kenneth Carr, Billie Dixon
Runtime: 80min
Language: German, English

Quality: DVR MKV 480p 1.32Gb 60f + BW


Parent to Child About Sex 1966 USA Documentary

Parent to Child About Sex 1966 USA Documentary


This instructional film teaches parents how to talk to their children about sex. Parent to Child about Sex (Color, 1965, excerpt) A rabbi, a priest, and a psychologist want you to talk to your child about sex! No, it's not a raunchy joke, it's the basis of this Mad Men-styled sex- education short. Frank discussions amongst the panel on topics like wet dreams and menstruation give way to melodramatizations of the kind of sex-education every pubescent child needs.



Information about the film:
Original Title: Parent to Child About Sex
Country, Channel: USA
Release Date: 1966
Genres: Documentary
Creator: Stuart M. Finch
Cast: Mary Calderone, Tommy N. Evans, Stuart M. Finch
Runtime: 30min
Language: English

Quality: VHSR FLV 240p 70Mb
Quality: VHSR MKV 480p 538Mb 60f

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