A brand new series exploring sexually transmitted infections is about to air on E4.
For those who aren’t particularly squirmish in the face of shows like Naked Attraction and Embarrassing Bodies comes another series that isn’t afraid about being straight to the point.
In other words, don’t be surprised to see a penis or two!
Here is everything we know about E4’s new series, The Sex Clinic.
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When is The Sex Clinic?
The Sex Clinic launches on Monday, January 28th.
The brand new series airs on E4 at 10 pm, directly after the new series of Shipwrecked.
It will continue to air every Monday night.
What is The Sex Clinic About?
The Sex Clinic sets out to end the taboo surrounding sexually transmitted infections.
According to statistics from Public Health England, an STI is diagnosed every four minutes in England, with the largest proportion of people within the 16 to 24 age bracket.
With this in mind, The Sex Clinic’s doors are open for a ‘full MOT’. And we, the lucky viewer, get to watch these close and personal examinations on TV.
Expect lumps, spots, grooves and bumps in all of the downstairs regions.
The Sex Clinic: Doctors
The team of health specialists on the Channel 4 series include consultant Dr Naomi Sutton, nurse Sarah Mulindwa and health advisor Kevin Turne, along with a host of different ‘sexperts’ who visit each week.
Dr Namoi is a Consultant Physician in Sexual Health from Rotherham and new to the TV scene. Likewise, so is Kevin Turne.
Sarah Mulindwa also featured on E4’s The Sex Testers and is no stranger to the TV and radio scene.
She is the fashion editor at 1833 magazine and regularly features on Hoxton Radio.
You can follow her on Instagram under @sarah.mulindwa.
WATCH THE SEX CLINIC EVERY MONDAY NIGHT FROM JANUARY 28TH.