This 'adult' sci-fi fantasy sex-capades comedy from French director Roger Vadim featuring his new wife Jane Fonda with a screenplay by Terry Southern was edited to receive a PG rating. Based on the French comics by Jean-Claude Forest, it contained many sexual references, and numerous instances of Barbarella's interstellar love-making. The story set in the 41st century involved Barbarella's journey to a distant galaxy to save humanity. The cult film opened with an infamous credits sequence that teasingly stripped French comic-strip heroine Barbarella Jane Fonda of her black space-suit outfit in zero gravity. Her gloves, leggings, and then helmet were gradually removed, before she became completely exposed and nude, although often obscured by floating and jiggling white letters. There was a teasing sequence about Barbarella experiencing traditional or "old-fashioned" physical-penetrative copulation instead of the latest virtual sex consumption of exaltation transference pills.
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My husband I have been married for three years and we recently decided to have a baby. While I was getting off of the pill and starting my pre-natal vitamin regime my husband was trying to earn some additional money to help with all of the new expenses by working a second job. Ironically, just after we decided we wanted to start a family we stopped having sex. Jim was just too tired when he got home. We were planning a special get away weekend and we planned to consummate our decision then. Things got a little complicated just before our little get away.