Do Programs Like “Insecure” Have Responsibility To Depict Secure Intercourse?

Do Programs Like “Insecure” Have Responsibility To Depict Secure Intercourse?

Present debate on the not enough condoms in Insecure’s intercourse scenes have actually sparked questions regarding the part scripted television programs perform to advertise sex that is safe.

Issa and Eddie in a scene from Insecure.

Determined to partake in certain sex that is casual Issa, the winsome, bumbling protagonist of HBO’s half-hour comedy Insecure, heads to her neighbor Eddie’s apartment underneath the pretext of coming back their phone charger in “Hella Open,” the next episode of Season 2. They watch a little bit of Gossip Girl before she initiates a kiss, inadvertently striking their nose.

“It really is all good, do not worry,” says Eddie. “we actually enjoy it just a little rough.”

Therefore starts a really embarrassing intercourse scene, alternately cringe-inducing and hilarious in its depiction of first-time intercourse by having a stranger that is virtual. Continue reading Do Programs Like “Insecure” Have Responsibility To Depict Secure Intercourse?