Hello out there! My name is Lauren and I'm working with MTV right now to create a new documentary series about young people and sex. We'd like to provide a real-life, non judgmental, educational forum for teens to discuss their questions about, and experiences with, sexuality. For our first episode we want to focus on "first times," and we are specifically looking for anyone (ages 16-24ish) who has recently had sex for the first time, or is planning to have sex for the first time soon. We're looking for people from all over the USA. If chosen, we would come to you and do an on-camera interview.
We are also looking for young people who would like to participate who do not fit into either of those categories. Anyone who has a strong opinion about "the first time," or who has a story they'd like to share. We're especially looking for these people in: -The NYC/NJ/CA/PA area -The midwest -Miami -CA (LA and Laguna Beach) -The south -Colorado (Aspen area) But I encourage anyone who's interested to write in. You can reach us at MTVsexeducationdoc@hotmail.com
I will cross post this to the "Relationships" forum as well.
Thank you everyone for your time. Let me know if you have any questions!
Best, Lauren MTV News & Docs
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Just FYI, I talked with Lauren this morning and okayed this.
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