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

Lesson 4:  The Rocky Horror Picture Show

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With 2015 marking the 40th anniversary of classic rock-opera The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Miss Marcie & Miss Jenni take you through a music-filled journey to Dr. Frankenfurter’s castle and back home again to Transexual Transylvania.  

Before Western culture was fully comfortable with non-traditional gender identifications and sexual fluidity… before Dr. Ruth, YouTube, Caitlin Jenner, and the “It Gets Better” campaign... Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror gave shelter to a generation of the curious, and offered a bold unapologetic voice to all those hiding in closets from the established cookie-cutter ideas of what was and was not acceptable in or out of the bedroom. 

Get out your tightie-whities, your sequined platform shoes, your kimonos, and your bustiers, and give yourself over to absolute pleasure.  Sing along as we enter the fishnet-covered rose-tinted world of one Sweet Transvestite and his friends who take wide-eyed Brad and Janet along on a ride no one ever truly forgets.

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Resources:  

Rocky Horror Picture Show holds regular midnight showing across the country and is available on DVD, Blu-Ray, Streaming, etc. The soundtrack is available on iTunes

In Los Angeles -  SATURDAY Midnight Showings at the Nuart Theatre (Our oops:  NOT Sunday, as stated in this podcast…)

http://www.landmarktheatres.com/los-angeles/nuart-theatre/film-info/the-rocky-horror-picture-show

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Lesson 2:  "Magic Mike XXL*Spoiler Alert**Spoiler Alert**Spoiler Alert**Spoiler Alert*

Okay Class, take your seats.  It's time for the show to begin, and we hope you've brought your dollar bills.  This podcast puts the c**k in cacophony as Miss Marcie & Miss Jenni add their opinions on MMXXL to the pod-o-sphere.  They posit that this is no movie for straight men, while wondering what the story says about straight relationships.  The real question is, what do Kelly Ripa and Jonah Hill have to do with any of it?  You'll have to listen to find out!

ps: ...this isn't your mother's podcast!


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fb:  JenMar Films 

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