Cinema Sex Ed Lively, entertaining, and occasionally educational discussions of the cinematic and sexual elements in various films throughout the years.

Lesson 11:  Emmanuelle

Get out your Notebooks, Class!  In this episode, Your Virtual Best Friend Jenni J.V. Wilson - (@Pinkie Avalon) - sits down with actress/stand-up/writer/cool-mom Kris McGaha (tw: @KrisMcGaha) - for an in-depth conversation about the cinematic elements, artistic merits, and social messages regarding sex, love, and relationships, in Columbia Picture's 1974 X-rated French film “Emmanuelle" - starring Sylvia Kristel, Alain Cuny, Daniel Sarky, Christine Boisson, Jeanne Colletin, and Marika Green –directed by Just Jaeckin and written by Jean-Louis Richard based on the book of the same title.

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Adrian Colesberry's "Emmanuelle" Los Angeles cast photo Courtesy of Kris McGaha

Pierre Bachelet – Emmanuelle (Paris Theme) 

Lily Allen - “Littlest Things”

Sex and the City Theme -

Fiona Apple - The Affair Theme -


Lesson 9:  Prince and "Purple Rain"

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Prince influenced a lot of people in this world, including Miss Marcie and Miss Jenni.  In this episode they explore how his music, his persona, and the movie Purple Rain affected them personally and people globally.

Join them as they discuss what it looked like before, and what it feels like now, in a Post-Prince Era.  

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Prince - “D.M.S.R.”

Prince - “Purple Rain”

Stevie Wonder - “Jungle Fever”

Prince - “Little Red Corvette”

Prince - "Darling Nikki”

Prince - “Controversy”

Prince - “Jack U Off”

Prince - “If I was Your Girlfriend”

Prince - “Head”

Prince - “Sexuality”

Prince - “Take Me with U”

Prince - “I Wanna B Your Lover”

Prince - "Let’s Go Crazy”

Prince - “Baby I’m A Star”

Cyndi Lauper - “When U Were Mine”

Alicia Keyes - “How Come U Don’t Call Me”

Vanity 6 - “Nasty Girl”

Sheila E. - “Glamorous Life”

Sheena Easton & Prince - “U Got the Look”

Aerosmith - “Dream On”

Prince - “My Name is Prince”

Prince - "1999"

Prince - “Sexy M.F.”

Prince - “The Beautiful Ones”

Prince - “When Doves Cry”

Prince - “All the Critics Love U in New York”

Prince - “I would Die 4 U”

Prince - “Private Joy"


Lesson 5:  The Graduate

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Examining the cinematic achievements of the 1967 classic American coming-of-age comedy “The Graduate”, Miss Marcie & Miss Jenni discuss the appeal of the older woman/younger man relationship, as well as the mythology of the “cougar” in modern society.  Beyond sharing their own anecdotes, they include clips of conversations with men whose outlooks on the male/female relationship were ever changed by the influence of this film.  And as an added bonus, tune in to hear what just might be on their xmas lists this year...

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The Graduate

The Soundtrack

Sam Kashner - Vanity Fair - “Here’s to You, Mr. Nichols:  The Making of The Graduate”

1776 - “Compliments"

Peggy Lee - “Is That All There Is?”

Rain Man - excellent driver


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