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Subject: Re: CFNM scenes in the movies


Author:
Curious
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Date Posted: 07:49:44 11/26/21 Fri
In reply to: EXCUSE ME! 's message, "Re: CFNM scenes in the movies" on 15:42:59 11/25/21 Thu

Why would Armed Service Hygiene films made specifically for members of the armed forces be shown to kids as educational films which did not apply to them?

As many posters have said schools had specifically sex education films made for them. I am not saying it never happened, but it would make no sense showing an Army film for adult male members of the services being shown to kids, especially in a mixed class which did not concern girls, or even young boys for that matter.

I am certainly no millennial. What I do remember is news reels that were shown before the main feature in cinemas about young male draftees during their induction medical exam showing them all naked lining up to be examined. Only their bare butts were shown since they were filmed from behind.
This was during the Vietnam War in the late 60s when this was news since many young men were being drafted into the Army.
In this case certainly many girls and women attending cinemas could see these newsreel films on the big screen of these young draftees with their bare asses for everyone to see.
At the time I thought that this was very humiliating for these young draftees and you could see and hear girls giggling in the cinema theater. No doubt they enjoyed watching all that male nudity and I myself was embarrassed if there were girls sitting near to me since I was only a young teen boy at the time.
I think they showed this naked draftees short film before every feature for a whole week at the theater.

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Ted
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Date Posted: 18:15:03 11/27/21 Sat

Well I'm surly not trying to stir up any shit here but in 1962 there were very, very few Sex Ed films if any, available.
I remember seeing those humiliating "Hygiene" films. I also remember them having some sort of seal or symbol at the beginning and one of the armed service's names on it, usually the army.
They were maybe 6 or 7 different films and back then it was as close to Sex Ed as it was going to get. The girls were treated to some exceptional sights to see.
I think later on maybe, 5 years later, there were actual Sex Ed films produced but in my 7th grade health class we saw those black / white films and they were very graphic. It was rather embarrassing watching them with girls in the class!
I'm guessing they had no other viable Sex Ed opportunities for the school to use. Male nudity was not a big deal but female nudity was defineatly a no-no!


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Author:
Ted (For Curious and Jean)
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Date Posted: 13:51:30 12/01/21 Wed

These films were shown in the early 1960's. We lived in Alabama and my cousins lived in New Jersey. They never saw those films either. Who knows? Maybe they were only shown in our part of the country!


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