Connelly said he tended to be a witness, not an active participant, in most sex-related discussions had at home. Insider talked to the nowyear-old son of a sex therapist to find out what growing up with a sex therapist parent was really like. 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. His parents often discussed sex at the dinner table in relation to a new lecture his mom would be giving or an article she was writing , and Connelly's dad would offer feedback or launch into a discussion on the topic at hand. Many scenes in "Sex Education" depict Jean attempting to have sex- or masturbation-related heart-to-hearts with Otis, who does his best to avoid them by escaping to his room or telling Jean to change the topic. Visit Insider's homepage for more. 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. Connelly, who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish community, said his mom started her career in sexual health counseling when he was in fifth grade, but her line of work didn't affect him personally until he got to high school.
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