Unlike Otis in "Sex Education," Connelly has grown up, graduated high school, and gained more perspective about his mom's career choice. Connelly's name has been changed because he wanted to protect his and his family's privacy while discussing personal issues. But as he graduated to high school, "my reaction was to kind of compartmentalize it and understand that this is her job, but at the same time, I didn't want my friends to find out this is what my mother does. At the same time, the show's plot focuses in on the unique problems Otis deals with as a sex therapist's son, like when he learns in season 1 that Jean is writing a new case study about Otis's own sex life without his consent. His parents often discussed sex at the dinner table in relation to a new lecture his mom would be giving or an article she was writing , and Connelly's dad would offer feedback or launch into a discussion on the topic at hand. Connelly, who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish community, said his mom started her career in sexual health counseling when he was in fifth grade, but her line of work didn't affect him personally until he got to high school. Netflix's highly-anticipated second season of its British drama "Sex Education" follows high schooler Otis Milburn, the son of sex therapist Jean, as he navigates his own budding sexual exploration while doling out sex advice to his peers.
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