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Documentary Series at Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium

A new sexual revolution is underway! Sex is no longer a subject to shy away from, and — you might have noticed — sex shops no longer have to be seedy man-holes.

Even gender itself has started to become redundant. And in the age of hashtags (#metoo #timesup), of swiping left and right to fix up dates, the rules of sexual engagement are being rewritten.

Sh! is at the epicentre of all these trends, and since opening 26 years ago has been ahead of the sexual curve — providing a hub for an uninhibited conversation about sex in a warm and safe environment, and championing the women’s perspective.

Which is why we, as a couple of documentary filmmakers, have approached Sh! to develop a TV series about the Emporium. We’d like to find out more about the Sh! clientele, why they shop here, what their experiences have been, and what journeys they’re going on.

Whether you’re straight, gay, trans, pan or bi; whether you’re old or young or something in between; whatever size you are, or shape, or religion, whether you’re able-bodied or indeed tick many of these boxes (Sh! customers assume pretty much every form) we’d love to hear from you.

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At this stage we’d like to have strictly off-the-record conversations to find out your story. All conversations will be treated in complete confidence and with absolutely no obligation to take part in any filming.

If you would like to set up a phone call or meet up then please get in touch with the production team at shthedocumentary@gmail.com

We look forward to hearing from you,

Carly & Nick

4 thoughts on “Documentary Series at Sh! Women’s Erotic Emporium”

  1. Hi I would love to send a comment to help you get a tv documentary because My story cannot be unique. In my 60,s sadly now widowed. Miss what used to be.
    Discovered Shh having listened to Badass women poscast and It has changed my life.
    I.e. Kids still at home but missing my man physically as well as everything else.
    I’ve purchased some amazing things from you which are fabulous.
    I don’t talk about sex but had to pass comments to friends by simply telling them to listen to the podcast.
    Sadly it looks like it’s been deleted because I now when a I listened I felt not alone, not in the tiniest part sleazy
    I’ve since been able to find happiness and the old cliche word satisfaction. My life is better and I may even try to find a man.
    Thank you BBC Radio.
    BBC TV please make the documentary and bring knowledge and happiness by taking sexual discussion out of the gutters and into a positive place which can help and advise so many people.

    1. Hello,

      Thank you so much for taking the time to reply! We’re so pleased you’re feeling more positive and we look forward to hearing more as things develop 🙂

      Best Wishes
      Team Sh! xx

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