In October 1956, Washington University researcher Dr.
William "Bill" Masters (Michael Sheen) proposes a controversial study of human sexuality but is rejected by his university.
“It’s very complicated when it’s someone you know and trust and loved.”Bondi’s defense denies any contact as serious as the felony he was convicted of committing.
Regardless, the judge saw things differently, but admitted nature of the crime made it difficult to make a ruling.
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People didn’t even put them in writing." He obtained some vintage vibrators and dildos for use in the series along with acquiring condoms manufactured in the era (which did not have the reservoir tips of modern condoms).
He designed "Ulysses," a transparent dildo with attached camera first seen in the pilot episode, from scratch, along with a diaphragm sizing kit seen in later episodes.
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Showtime broadcast the first season on Sundays at pm (ET) in the United States. Prop master Jeffrey Johnson noted the difficulty of obtaining accurate information about sexual devices from the time period.
Internationally, the season aired in Canada on The Movie Network concurrently with the American broadcast, The series was developed for television by Michelle Ashford and is based on the biography Masters of Sex: The Life and Times of William Masters and Virginia Johnson, the Couple Who Taught America How to Love by Thomas Maier. William Masters (Michael Sheen) and Virginia Johnson (Lizzy Caplan), two pioneering researchers of human sexuality at Washington University in St. "They were so taboo it was hard to find research drawings.