Pretty good for showing my high school health students after they have had a review of the basics and some discussion about anatomy. This is not a serious documentary in the style that PBS or National Geographic does, but it is nevertheless, informative and entertaining on it's 4 to 5 stories that they cover.
More could have been done on the identical twins that were different in sexual orientation, but even to bring up a unique story such as that is quite interesting. Also, a condition called "vulvadynia" was important to alert many women to this physically painful and emotionally confusing condition.
James Brolin does a nice job in narration and his on-camera work, neither calling attention to himself in any way good or bad. As it should be, he takes a backseat to the stories he presents.