Sexual Secrets is the only television series that combines equal measures of fun, down-to-earth talk, and need-to-know information to present a highly entertaining look at that most primordial of human urges - sex. Over the course of ten, hour-long, episodes, we examine the latest work by scientists and sex experts from around the globe as they investigate a broad spectrum of sexual topics.
Sexy Marriage Makeover: From Hot to Not
Episode 4x8; Jun 02, 2006
4x8: Sexy Marriage Makeover: From Hot to Not
4x7: Pure and Not So Simple
4x6: Beauty and the Breast
4x5: Alpha Dames: Sex, Sass and Secrets
4x4: Rock n' Roll in the Hay
4x3: Aged to Satisfaction
4x2: Sex, Lies and Myth
4x1: Sex Ed for Grownups
3x10: Put It On, Turn It On
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