Here's an idea: How about you have sex (privately) in a box in front of a live studio audience and then have an intelligent, adult conversation about your experience with a panel comprised of sex wizards?
and The Weekly's very own Dan Savage
is regular on a new television show across the pond called Sex Box
Sex Box is a new sex talk show with a difference; a panel discussion about the real sex lives of people, with one exceptional twist. In a unique television format inspired by the work of sex researchers, three couples have sex, then talk about it afterwards, while the feelings and sensations are still vivid and truthful.
They discuss their experience with the programme's host, agony aunt Mariella Frostrup, in front of a studio audience and with a panel of experts: internationally syndicated sex columnist Dan Savage, sex body language and relationship expert Tracey Cox, and psychotherapist, broadcaster and author Phillip Hodson.
One of the main ideas behind the show is to reclaim sex from internet pornography. Some are calling this a way to get ratings by push boundaries and sexual exploitation on television, and others say this is a good way to bring various sex taboo conversations on the table. Unfortunately you can't watch the show at this moment because it's blocked in the US, but you can find an illegal feed somewhere on the internet.