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Christiane Amanpour: Sex & Love Around the World

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After a career built as an international correspondent and anchor, distinguished journalist Christiane Amanpour turns her attention to the shifting landscapes of intimacy, love, and pleasure in an increasingly complex world. In this six-part series, Amanpour travels to Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, to meet everyday individuals who are shaping the idea of modern love. How are roles changing for both men and women when it comes to sex, love, marriage, family and divorce? Whether single and dating in Accra, married and sexless in Tokyo, inspired by ancient erotica in Beirut, or transgender in Shanghai -- women and men are all pushing the boundaries on sexual satisfaction, consent, and connection.

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aired 364 days ago
Christiane Amanpour heads to Accra where faith colors every aspect of sex and relationships; how Ghanaian women are reclaiming their own sexual and personal space.
aired 364 days ago
Christiane Amanpour returns to Shanghai, China to explore how the societal constraints of tradition, family, and state influence sexual relationships and personal identity in one of the most rapidly evolving cities on the planet.
aired 378 days ago
Christiane Amanpour heads to the "Carnal Capital of Europe" to see how Berliners and newcomers crack the code on love, sex and intimacy.
aired 385 days ago
Christiane Amanpour travels to Beirut to explore the influence that Lebanon's recent wars, as well as its various religious sects, have on life and love.
aired 392 days ago
Christiane Amanpour explores how women in Delhi, India, can find love and sexual happiness when they don't always have the power to say yes or no.
aired 399 days ago
Christiane Amanpour seeks insight into what the women of Tokyo, Japan, search for in terms of sexual satisfaction and intimacy.

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