But the internet made it difficult for Connelly to completely control what his friends did or didn't know about his sex-therapist mother, and he recalled always having the feeling that a friend or parent of a friend would stumble upon a sex-related video she was in or article she wrote online. Netflix's highly-anticipated second season of its British drama "Sex Education" follows high schooler Otis Milburn, the son of sex therapist Jean, as he navigates his own budding sexual exploration while doling out sex advice to his peers. Today, however, he appreciates his mom's line of work and that he grew up in a sex-positive household. But as he graduated to high school, "my reaction was to kind of compartmentalize it and understand that this is her job, but at the same time, I didn't want my friends to find out this is what my mother does. Connelly's name has been changed because he wanted to protect his and his family's privacy while discussing personal issues. Visit Insider's homepage for more. At the same time, Connelly said he always had the sense his household, which consisted of his parents and three older sisters, was overall more sex-positive than others in his community.
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