Sex with Brody

TV review by
Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media
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Salacious sex-talk show tries to titillate, not educate.

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A lot or a little?

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Positive Messages

Sex talk as entertainment, not education.

Positive Role Models & Representations

Brody is a self-proclaimed sex expert.

Violence

Strong, explicit, sometimes lewd sex talk.

Language

"Slut," "ho," "ass"; "f--k" bleeped.

Consumerism

References to online dating sites (Tinder, Match.com, and the like).

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Wine is discussed.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Sex with Brody features lots of frank, explicit conversations about sex and sex-related issues. There's some strong vocabulary ("slut," "ass"; bleeped curses), drinking, and references to online dating sites such as Tinder and Match.com. It's not very educational, and it isn't meant for kids.

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What's the story?

SEX WITH BRODY is a call-in show that asks and answers people's pressing questions about sex. Self-proclaimed sex expert Brody Jenner discusses sexual trivia and random details about sex on the air with psychotherapist Mike Dow and comedian Stevie Ryan. Together they answer questions posed by callers and have candid conversations with invited guests. Excerpts of street interviews about various sex-related topics also are featured.

Is it any good?

The reality talk series, which originated as and continues to be a podcast, presents a forum in which sexual issues are discussed and debated. But despite some attempts by Dr. Dow to offer some sound advice, the show is more focused on shocking than giving solid, realistic advice.

The discussions are frank, and at times the conversations go from being explicit to lewd. It's not quite clear why Brody Jenner considers himself an expert on the subject either. Some folks may find watching this a guilty pleasure, but it's definitely meant for older audiences.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about the different ways sex is discussed in the media. Where is the line between educating people about sex and using sex to entertain or shock?

  • There’s lots of sex-related media content out there, but kids aren't always ready or able to handle it. Parents: What are some of the things you can do to help your kids talk about what they see, hear, and read?

TV details

For kids who love talk shows

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