The saucy new series called Wanderlust features graphic scenes including the first female orgasm shown on the BBC, which some viewers have branded "utter filth". Another saucy moment comes as Joy romps with a man she met at a swimming class and features the first female orgasm ever to be seen on the BBC. Viewers flocked to Twitter to debate the show's saucy scenes, with many insisting the show is even raunchier than expected. One wrote: "My windows are open, my neighbours must think I'm watching porn, with the moaning and groaning in wanderlust BBC. Thanks Wanderlust. I've had to explain what 'flicking the bean' means to my parents.
But although the men of the original Das Boot languished in mid-ocean far from female company, a new sequel features a string of women characters — and often in explicit sex scenes. The television series of the same name carries on in from where the film left off. Jurgen Prochnow, pictured, starred in the original German version of the movie from Unlike the original, the modern production, pictured, features much female nudity. Much of the action is set on board a German U-boat but there are parallel storylines involving women in the Nazi forces and in the French Resistance.
Taraji P. Henson will certainly surprise a few people in her latest film, "What Men Want," a workplace comedy that's a gender-flip of the Mel Gibson vehicle "What Women Want. The R-rated movie gives Taraji a chance to really amp up her physical comedy, as well as throw her into some raunchy but still hilarious sexual situations as well.
David obliged and the pair ended up between the sheets, only for them both to regret the tryst moments after. As Julia hid in the bathroom, David made a hasty exit. People complaining about BBCOne Bodyguard being disappointing because the two lead characters who are completely incompatible have hooked up twice…does nobody think he's got an ulterior motive?