SSEX BBOX: Sexuality Out of the Box
SSEX BBOX is a documentary series that explores sexuality in ALL of its flavors and colors. This is an indie film and was produced by a social justice film collective. The creators have approached DocumentaryStorm and have asked us to bring this film to the general public. We believe in freedom of speech. Warning: sexual subject matter ahead!
The episodes were filmed in San Fransisco, Sao Paulo, Berlin, and Barcelona. Film crews descended on four cities and interviewed sex educators, psychiatrists, artists, and anyone else that they could get their hands and cameras on. The result is a three-part series that will certainly open up your mind to sexual tastes and opinions that you have never heard before – or even knew existed.
The subject matter deals with guilt, shame, and sexual freedom. Childhood sexuality is discussed – a topic largely seen as taboo. Masturbation, parents, and the shame that and delight comes hand in hand (no pun intended) with growing into our bodies.
The final part in the series looks at sex’s role within the Catholic Church. Homosexuality as sin, pleasure as shame, and other Catholic dogmas are discussed.
This documentary series may not be for everyone. That’s okay. We are all unique. That’s what makes the human race so beautiful.
“[SSEX BBOX] EPISODE #2 (English)”: “This is brilliant. I’ve been taken back to my own
very young experiences which I’d forgotten about. Its true people pass on their
own shame without even thinking about it. There’s nothing shameful about it
though at all. Wish I’d been told it was ok & normal. Thats certainly what
I am looking forward to the other 7 episodes in the series. Very well done.
This series is absolutly amazing!!
such a beautifully documented exploration into the understanding of our sexual being!
This was really wonderful!
While I applaud what the creators have set out to do by making these films, after watching the first 3 I was left feeling rather unimpressed and disappointed. I feel like this is largely due to the fact that 12–14 minutes doesn’t allow much time to explore these issues adequately. Each episode held my attention just fine, but once it had ended I felt little attachment or affection for anything I had just seen. When I watch something, I like the experience of interacting cognitively and feeling immersed – but as each of these has such a short duration, it’s barely enough time for a quick splash in the shallows.
My name is Priscilla Bertucci, I’m the director of [SSEX
I totally understand that you are disappointed by the fact
that the episodes are so short, me too!
It very hard to make a short episodes, with so much rich material we had capture, a
web series can’t be much longer than that.
But we are working in
a full-length features, documentary as well. Scheduled for launch in 2013.
Right we still
struggling to get all the money we need
to finish it.
You can help us finish this project with donations at our
I thought it was very interesting
I also learned a lot and I also felt really powered by it as well.
Who is that b*tch in the the last video, the fat one that on there before you watch it. She sure isnt “sexy”. Being sexy isn’t just about how you dress and giving bl*wjobs. Which I think is your idea of sexy. Its about how you look. I bet the Playboy industry isn’t going to hire her to pose for Playboy or I bet her good looking BF isn’t going to put a nude photo of her as his FB cover so all his friends can see what a “sexy” GF he have. And that man above her sure isn’t “sexy” hes dress like an homeless person. And you people shouldn’t stuff yout opinions down our throats.