Short answer: yes they do!
If you've ever wondered about the female libido, other biological differences between the genders, the dangers of birth control pills, cultural differences between times and places, the polygamous cultures of old, mating selection, the masculanization of the world via conquest, midwifery and witchery, modern feminism, the church, Playgirl, movies directed by women, Fifty Shades of Grey and everything in between: this is it.
It may not have the best interviewer (don't get me started on all those 'really's), or the most natural interviews, but she does shed light on some really interesting topics, even if it's most definitely both directed from, and towards, a more female perspective and audience.
It feels like they do try to keep it bias-free, though. Cater to all audiences. Take up the topics above in a way that'd interest everyone, and I do agree: I wouldn't mind seeing more authentic sex scenes in movies either.
If women had stayed on top of the movie directing game I wonder how different the titles we'd be seeing today would be... yet with the surplus of strong female-leads in movies these days I wonder if they aren't getting there again. If men are the ones directing these movies with the female audience in mind it'd explain why I just really don't like these movies.
They feel angled. The new Ghostbusters. The new MIB. It's a trend that brings out the strong woman over man, and yet in a way denigrates (I can't find a better word - enlighten me) her with an added arrogance and superiority that I'm sure neither gender really wants to see. Or do they?
That's beyond the scope of this movie though, and I didn't really get a statistical or definitive answer on who has the higher sex drive either, but I did learn a lot. In terms of content I'd rate this higher, but as for the full picture, interview professionalism and all:
rated 3/5: not bad