KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons is among the celebrities that were interviewed for VH1's "Retrosexual: The '80s", a five-part, five-hour series chronicling sex and the pop culture climate of the '80s. The program is scheduled to premiere Monday-Friday, November 15-19, at 10 P.M. (ET/PT). A show description follows: "Phone Sex, Masturbation and Pornography. A few decades ago these subjects were the kind of public taboos only whispered about in locker rooms and health class. Then came the '80s and a different kind of sexual revolution sprung up over night. Suddenly sex was being sold everywhere; television ('Cheers'), movies ('Dirty Dancing'), music (Madonna), and advertisements (Trojan Condoms). Teens were doing it all over the big and small screens and everyone was obsessed with looking hotter, sexier and dirtier than ever; especially celebrities." Read more.
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