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AM I NORMAL?
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Tuesdays 18 September 2007, 21.00-21.30
(Repeated Wednesday 18 September at 16.30)

In a one-off special as part of the The Sex Lives of Us season, Vivienne Parry asks is there such a thing as a 'normal' sex life?

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Although attitudes towards sexual behaviour have become much more liberal, it seems that many of us are still anxious about our sex lives.

The nation’s obsession with sex is putting extra pressure on us to perform well in the bedroom, and to question whether we measure up.

Vivienne Parry talks to psychologists, doctors, agony aunts and ordinary men and women to ask if the sexual revolution has made us more or less secure about what we do or don't do between the sheets. 

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