This week Metropolis takes a closer look at the sexual morals in other countries: how do people all over the world handle their sexuality? Do they talk about it in public, do they pretend it doesn’t exist, or do they just do it?
Like some girls in Brazil, who dance the Funky Carioca: a very sexual Brazilian dance, which usually ends with sex as well. But in Nicaragua we meet Evangelist Eddy who does everything within his power to keep sinful thoughts from the minds of his fellow Nicaraguans.
In New York, Rashida Jolley supports Eddy’s ideas. She is a former Miss New York, who plays the harp, and talks to young people about how abstinence –no sex before marriage – is not something to be ashamed of. And in China, with its closed sexual morals, we see how Dr. Feng breaks many taboos about sex and relationships in his radio show. He might even start a sexual revolution in China.