Sex in Today's World
In 1968 a few minutes of Zappa and the Mothers was included in the 28 minute film Sex in Today's World - An examination of changing sexual attitudes in the United States, including comments on the personal and sociological significance of the changes of the time.
Presented by Focus Education Inc. Traces the development of human sexual identity from prenatal sex hormones to external influences of family and society. Jerome Kagan, professor of developmental psychology at Harvard, discusses how children acquire gender and role identity. Includes interviews with teenagers, homosexuals, and other with regard to the sexual standards of society. With Mary Calderone.