The dramatis personae for this painful entertainment can be:
a) A priest or nun, for Catholics; a hip minister for Protestants;
b) A doctor;
c) A not-so-hip married couple.
Obviously, the slant is going to be in the direction of "don't do it until you're married, and only to him/her, and not too often, otherwise he will get ideas." Never mind the hormones . . . .
Catholic teens are supposed to get the message that the only acceptable form of birth control is the rhythm method, but most priests have long ago accepted the idea that not all God's children got rhythm. And there's the prohibitive cost and maternal wear and tear from having too many bambinos!
Anyway, these sessions almost always have to include time for some anonymously written questions:
1. How many times per week do married couples, you know, do it?
2. After a heavy makeout session, my boyfriend complains that his testicles hurt. Is there anything I can do to help?
3. Is it a sin to go commando if you're not in the British Army?
4. What is a reasonable amount of submitting to your husband?
5. Do husbands have to submit to their wives also?
6. How do you resolve differences over disciplining your children?
7. (For priests) Do you think that Kim Kardashian is hot?
8. (For the doctor) Is there any physical harm from getting good vibrations?
9. How do I get my girlfriend to stop nagging me?
10. How do I tell my boyfriend to shower more often?
Not surprisingly, the doctor tends to give the most matter-of-fact information.
The members of the audience can include a number of snarky girls. I suppose guys refrain from snarkiness and are totally polite.