Jew Media Hit New Low with TV Series ‘Sex Sent Me to the ER’

Daily Stormer
December 19, 2013


Fifty years ago, a woman would have been ashamed to admit publicly to premarital sex.  Thanks to the damage done by Jewish feminism and the “sexual revolution”, women today are so shameless that they readily divulge the most intimate and humiliating personal details to a national audience.

The new TV series Sex Sent Me to the ER uses actors to recreate real-life incidents in which sexual relations led to serious injury.  The New York Post recently provided a preview of the debut episode:

The first time Gregg Casarona ever had sex, the walls didn’t just shake — they shattered.

The 440-pound project manager was 21 at the time and had been dating his girlfriend Jen Gerakaris for about a month when they decided to take things to the next level.

Welcome to the new TLC series “Sex Sent Me to the ER,” premiering Dec. 28.

Gerakaris was 22 and living in her parents’ Long Island basement at the time. She made her move by stripping down to her bra and panties and waiting on her bed until Gregg got the hint.

“I knew he was a virgin and I honestly didn’t care,” Gerakaris says. “We were dating for a little while and he hadn’t put any moves on me yet so I made a move.”

When things began to heat up, Casarona thrust the 110-pound Gerakaris backwards with all 440 pounds of his girth. And Gerakaris’s head went right through the basement’s sheet-rock wall.

“My initial reaction was, ‘I killed her,’ ” Casarona tells The Post. “‘This is my first time. And Jen is dead.’”

Some other events explored by the series include:

1. Rock singer and guitarist Cash O’Riley and his girlfriend Anne shared a night of passion. During his orgasm, Cash collapsed onto Anne, losing feeling in his left arm and leg. Turns out, Cash had a stroke mid-shag.

2. Dr. Kevin Klauer once treated a man who broke his penis during a threesome with his wife and mistress. When the two women began brawling at the hospital over who did the damage, Dr. Klauer got a bonus patient to treat.

3. Liz and Eric had a quickie before work one morning. But when Eric got up to leave, Liz was still having an orgasm. Pleasure turned to pain when it continued for two hours.

4. When Tsion and Brashaad snuck away for a jaunt in the janitor’s closet, the tight space resulted in injuries.

5. Dr. Jordan Moskoff treated a man for broken bones after he claimed he fell washing his windows. But the man was naked when he fell. When his wife showed up, she accused him of cheating.

This is what passes for entertainment in Jew-run America.  The show will air on TLC, a mainstream cable network.  This filth will be viewed in family living rooms across the country, and doubtless many children will also be exposed to it.

God help us.