While much of the advice seen in this video is still relevant today, Advocates for Youth now has a guideline for parents and educators to talk with mentally disabled children about sex.Shannon Quinn is a writer and entrepreneur from the Philadelphia area.The narrator congratulates Elaine on her abilities as a master of undressing and gets nervous at certain points, dumbfounded at her sex appeal.The movie was created by husband-and-wife team Hildegarde and Dwaine Esper.When that scene is taken out of context from the rest of the film, it is silly.The goal of was to help parents and caretakers to train mentally disabled people to stop themselves from masturbating in public, getting pregnant unexpectedly, or contracting sexually transmitted diseases.From the late 1940s to the mid-70s (with a trickle of school movies continuing into the early 90s), three decades of students were indoctrinated in school with the behaviors society expected of them with titles like 1949’s “Dating Dos and Don’ts.” Director Ted Peshak was responsible for over 300 films, covering a a range of social issues including (1952).
Throughout the years, a number of sex education videos were made to help young people and adults alike understand puberty, pregnancy, and what was considered “appropriate” expressions of one’s sexuality.
but the first titles registered for copyright date from 1941 (beginning with Aptitudes and Occupations).
Over time, a studio was set up in Glenview, Illinois.
Here are just a few examples of early sex education videos. v=Ovqv Hu-9k LE Made in 1937, this comedy film plays out as if it is a public service announcement.
In the beginning of the film, the title card suggests that women need to learn how to undress in a sensual way to keep the interest of their husbands and fend off boredom during marriage.
The movie gives examples of two real-life women coming home from a party: Elaine Barrie Barrymore, a Hollywood and Broadway actress, and Trixie Friganza, an opera singer and comedian.