Season 2's #MeToo storyline has been slow-building and dealt with carefully, says Pilot Viruet. "The first season of Netflix’s Sex Education was notable for its honest, raunchy and humorous approach to talking frankly about teenagers and their relationships to sex," says Viruet. "The series continued this trend into its second season, which is currently streaming, by widening its scope and exploring even more topics with cleverness and candor — not to mention a specificity that might make you cringe from secondhand embarrassment. Within eight episodes, the British comedy-drama found room for discussing pansexuality, vaginismus, asexuality, anal douching, dirty talk, mutual masturbation, and so much more. It also manages to do this while also functioning as an effective teenage drama complete with multiple love triangles and a high school performance of Romeo and Juliet."