Rare Day have been commissioned by Channel 4 to make a documentary about female sexuality, something I explored recently in my lesbian relationship guide. Here’s some info from Lis Olgiati:
Lesbian, bisexual, bicurious? Women needed for channel 4 documentary about female sexuality
Are you a bisexual, lesbian, bicurious woman?
Have you come out later in life?
Are you in an open marriage or an alternative relationship set up?
Channel 4 has commissioned Rare Day to make a documentary about female sexuality.
More women than ever are embracing their same sex feelings and exploring their sexuality. There’s a lot of talk of married women coming out later in life and straight women looking for sexual experiences with other women. We think it’s an important area to explore, especially because of the ongoing lack of realistic portrayals of lesbian/bi women on TV.
We are looking for women to share their stories with us. We want to make contact with women who have had any experience of the above. At first we’d like to talk to you on the phone. The intention is to make an intelligent, sensitive and illuminating insight into the lives of different women up and down the country.
If you’re a woman facing either a dilemma or an exciting new same sex experience, we’d like to talk to you.
All phone calls are strictly confidential and don’t indicate any commitment to appearing on television. Please contact Lis on 0207 749 0053 or via email: email@example.com.
For more info about our company, Rare Day, please see our website www.rareday.co.uk or our showreel, http://www.rareday.co.uk/showreel. We make intelligent documentaries mainly for the BBC and Channel 4, across a wide range of subjects from Donor Mums, Brain Surgery to Prince Charles. Our most recent broadcast was the accompanying documentary to the animation, The Snowman and the Snowdog, in December 2012.