Season 2 of “Sex Education,” Netflix
’s charming hit serio-comedy about a teenage boy posing as a sex therapist, features fewer sex scenes than its explosive first season. In its brilliant second season, released on Netflix last week to rave reviews, relationships are tested as the world of the series expands with new characters and more depth. The new season sticks to the general pattern of Season 1, with each episode exploring a new sexual hangup or issue with compassion and positivity. Having established its bona fides as a sexy enough show about sex, the writers were free to push past the sexier side of their heartwarming story, diving deeper into the emotional perils of intimacy.
While the intimate scenes in both seasons are always done tastefully, there’s no denying that even the most PG-13 of sex scenes require utmost care and precision — especially when working with young actors. The practice