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Showreel πŸ“½

Almaz Ohene’s 2020 showreel reflecting sexuality education work.

Video Transcript

00:00–00:09

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00:09–00:20

[Almaz Ohene] So this evening is an opportunity to showcase the different ways we can show sexuality bodies and desires on camera without having to be really explicit.

00:20–00:27

So just thinking about the situation and what feels nice and why it feels nice.

00:27–00:35

Kayleigh Daniels Dated is a thirty-year-old darker-skinned Woman of Colour who loves dating and loves having sex…

00:35–00:44

[Georgie Coleridge Cole] …web platform combining sexy stories and sexual health features. She’s a Vogue contributor a Creative Copywriter, what a bio, welcome Almaz.

00:44–00:45

[Almaz Ohene] Hi! Hi!

00:45–00:50

Sexual health is also about how you engage with sex how you feel about sex.

00:50–01:01

So the original French poster is definitely more representative of the film itself, about the girls getting to know each other and, kind of, getting into scrapes together.

01:01–01:14

I’ve noticed that we live in a time and a culture where sexuality is sometimes conflated with sex acts, and a lot of shame is put onto that.

01:14–01:21

[Kem] Why don’t you come over now and I can work my wrist for you.

[Jazz] Kem, it’s 9pm, you still at the shop?

[Kem] Yeah, it was Jess’s last so we threw her little welcome party.

01:21–01:47

[Almaz Ohene] We need to really widen how we describe sex. So there’s so many different sex acts that people get pleasure from, so I think if someone feels like that they’re wanting to move to the next sexual stage, again, just to tell that other person. β€œOkay, well, I’m ready for this next thing. Let’s have fun. Let’s make it sexy.” And also it should be it should be really fun.

01:47–01:55

…because I think words like penis and vagina a very medical and don’t fit well in entertainment writing.

01:55–01:56

[ALMAZ OHENE PLAYS NOTES ON VIOLIN]

01:57–02:06

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