If you haven't binged it yet, it's basically about the teens at Moordale High including the shy son of a sex therapist, Otis, and his out and proud bestie, Eric.
When the school's resident 'bad girl' Maeve convinces Otis to start giving sex therapy to other students for money, things start to get crazy, awkward and seriously funny.
You can check out the trailer below....
What we love most about this show is how realistic they are about the awkwardness of sex.
Basically, it's relatable AF and will make you feel totally normal.
Here's the top five lessons from the show they won't teach you at school....
1. Sex should be good for both people
TBH in pretty much every movie we ever see it's basically all about the guy enjoying himself and a woman just being some sort of sexual object to fulfil his needs.
But THIS. IS. SO. WRONG. it's 2019 people!
At school we're never taught about pleasure, and there's so much shame around sex. But it's meant to be pleasurable for both consenting people involved in the relationship.
When Aimee desperately tries to give Adam what he wants, she totally forgets that it's meant to feel good for her, too. It's only when they break up she discovers what she actually wants. YES GIRL YES!
2. There doesn't need to be so much pressure
When Lily goes around asking everyone, including Otis, to have sex with her just so she can get it over and done with, she's kind of missing the whole point of having sex in the first place!
Let's be real - having sex with someone for the first time is a freaking awkward experience, so the more you hype it up, the more chances you have of being let down.
It's better to wait until you're with someone you're totally into and you feel ready, rather than forcing it.
3. You can't help who you're attracted to
Okay so *MAJOR SPOILER ALERT*, but we were seriously shook in the last ep when Eric hooks up with his bully and total douchebag, Adam.
Adam had clearly been in total denial about his feelings for Eric who totally owns his sexuality as a gay man and when they were alone, he finally made his feelings clear.
It seems crazy, but sometimes the person you end up being really into isn't the person you expected at all.
4. There is no 'normal'
Everyone is totally different, so trying to keep up with your mates will probably end badly for you when it comes to sex.
No one can tell you when and with who you should have sex with.
5. Talking to your parents about sex will always be the actual worst
Even with a sexually liberated mum, Otis still feels like dying every time his mum talks about sex and we can totally relate.
It's important to be open and honest and take away the shame about sex.... but mum's can still make it weird.