In the middle of the sofa and blanket era, I suggest 4 series on sexuality, couples and gender.
All the series that you are going to see next, fulfill the Test de Bechdel/Wallace. This test is intended to assess whether the content we are seeing has gender perspective. The way to find out is as follows:
- At least two female characters appear in the play.
- These characters speak to each other at some point.
- This conversation is not about a man.
Now yes, let’s move on to the list of 4 series on sexuality, couples and gender:
Easy is a series of two seasons with eight chapters each, lasting approximately 30 minutes. Each chapter is independent of the previous one, so although some plots and characters come out later, in general, the chapters are not related to each other. This means that, despite the fact that most of the episodes pass the Bechdel Test, not all of them do. It is a simple series to watch, which catches. Although it starts out weak, it is worth giving it a try. In Easy they are presented different relationship modelssome more conventional and stereotyped than others, and includes the diversity both in orientations as in ways of living commitment, proposing alternatives to monogamy and opening up to polyamory. At the same time, it does not propose a single way of perceiving sexuality (heteronormative, coitocentric…) but rather offers a variety interesting visions.
Sweet/Vicious, fight him patriarchy. Yes, literally. Its protagonists, Ophelia and Jules, act as university students vigilanteswhich secretly go after sex offendersattacking them to get it done Justice, a justice that through other means, seems not to be achieved. Although MTV has canceled it and there will be no second season, it is totally worth watching. It has a season of ten intense episodes of approximately 40 minutes, in which the tension is constant. Emphasize the relationship between them, the sororidadand the importance of listen and the support to the victim.
It has been presented in Spain as Nola Darling, but its original title is “She’s Gotta Have It“, remake of the film that Spike Lee directed in 1986, and directed and produced by him as well. The series is about the adventures and misadventures of Nola, feminist, artist, black, and polyamorous. Share your encounters with Tree men with whom he maintains a relationship, each of them different to the others. It has ten episodes of approximately 40 minutes, in which his identity and his experiences as black womanwith a liberated sexuality that goes beyond rules and taboos.
Bonus: I highly recommend reading this review: Nola Darling speaks to me.
It is a series based on the 1985 novel of the same name, is by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood, and has 10 episodes. shows a future dystopianin which there is no democracy and the fertile women are relegated to being maids and slavesat the service of mens powerful and their wives. However, the maids are not going to sit idly by. And they show it with small acts of resistanceand that the union makes the force. So you have to see it, and remember, Do not let the bastards grind you down.
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4 series on sexuality(s), couple and gender • Ángela Aznárez – Sexology and Psychology
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