Louis Theroux’s new documentary ‘Selling Sex’ about for sexual service

Louis Theroux's new documentary 'Selling Sex' about for sexual service

The topic of prostitution-sometimes called the ‘ earliest business of world ‘-is covered in a fresh BBC Two documentary by Louis Theroux.

Louis Theroux: Selling Sex will see the award-winning filmmaker investigating sex work in modern Britain and how the economy has altered since internet and social media have emerged.

Speaking of the topics of Louis, the network claims that “instead of on the roads or in illegal brothels, these females buy sex from their own homes or restaurants, using (sic) software to share pictures, create reservations and vet prospective customers-creating exchanges more affordable and, according to some, easier than illegal options.”

Louis remains: “When we began to look, we found that the sexual economy appears to have been turbo-charged by the proliferation of fresh apps and social media that make it easier for consumers to encounter, post feedback and exchange data.”

Recently, the broadcaster moved to the Westboro Baptist Church thirteen years after broadcast his initial contentious documentary to see where they are today and encounter ex-member who remains in the Most Hated Family of Surviving America. In the highly praised Mothers On The Edge, he also encountered women confronting severe postpartum mental illness.

Louis Theroux: Selling Sex

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.