A documentary about trans women and the men who love them called Sex Diaries: Trans Lovers aired on the U.K.’s Channel 4 last night. It was a regularly fascinating glimpse into a subject that’s still so taboo, host/director Charlie Russell reported early on that finding men to talk about their relationships with trans women wasn’t easy.
" The verdict is in! Judge Judy gets top honors in the courtroom - and the bedroom - says her salty husband of 38 years," blares The Daily Mail, and while the video evidence under that headline doesn't exactly confirm those words, I believe them nonetheless. The 72-year-old is a perfectionist, she's thorough, and she carries herself like one hell of a top.
Sex Box, the "tame, polite, slightly awkward at times and, overall, just dull" British TV series about couples having sex in a ... wait for it ... box, is finally coming to America. WE tv (which is apparently an actual network) has billed it as "the boldest show on TV" and promised "couples will have sex in this box for the first time ever." Good. Nobody wants to fuck in a used sex box.
It's Premiere Week, where the TV networks debut a host of their new shows on an increasingly better-distracted American public. Few of these shows will succeed, plenty will fail, most will be forgotten. We don't need anymore "guides" to fall TV (except ours)—they all pretty much say the same thing, anyway. Watch Black-ish. Don't watch the Mysteries of Laura. (These are both correct statements.) So let's just get down to what we all really care about in our favorite TV shows: When are these hot people gonna fuck? Tapping into my endless, unimpeachable knowledge of television and based purely on their trailers and previews, I have 100 percent accurately predicted the nearly-exact moment when each of fall TV's main characters are likely to bone.