A new story from Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour
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Yeah, sorry, she's the right to you. Her distinction of class in this country is very much. It's okay for us to do it, but it's not okay for everyone to know that we do it. And that is so the stories that you hear about the upper classes and what they get up to. The fact that basically mistresses and extramarital relations which are in wider society condemned and means your some sort of terrible person if you engage in any extramarital relationship is commonplace is just all the big moral lie. There were very busy. That's all I can say. You do it very well if I could say that as well. I'll go to terrific. But it was really keen on, you know, I was really keen on in this. So in particular, I was just a really hard line because basically you do feel exploited when you are a woman and you are having to, you know, perform fake sex on the screen. You can't help but feel exploited. It's just it's grim. It's the grimmest thing you can do and you feel exposed and everyone can try and make you feel that way that way. But unfortunately, the reality. But my thing was, I felt very strongly that it had to be in it, but I really was very, very, I wanted it to be female. I did not want it to be. That sort of awful climactic sexual experience that you often see on the cinema screen. But you know, in competitor, there's not actually that much in it really. No, no, it's more alluded to and then you see the morning after, you know, what happened? What happened? But no, I can't imagine what it's like to get ready for those scenes and feel and feel good. And I know there are things now like intimacy coordinators that never were, but still it must take something out of you..

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