History[ edit ] The channel started on Sky Channel When Sky's channels were rearranged in Februaryit moved to Swm for West Fargo sugar women seeking married man and was renamed Sex Station.
The channel returned to its original name inmoving to channel The reason for its removal is unknown.
The women on the main screen encouraged viewers to call the premium rate telephone s to speak with one of the women in the sub-screens while they posed in a sexually provocative way. They also encouraged viewers to send text messages again at a premium ratewhich Randolph AL bi horney wifes might read out, and performed acts usually of a sexually orientated Sex channel.
The women on the main screen also took telephone calls on given nights and occasionally switched positions from the main screen to a sub-screen. They could flash their breasts, but usually kept their bikinis on—such brief upper-body nudity is permitted by the UK watershed regulations.
Between and the bikini tops were removed. At a warning message was shown to inform viewers the subsequent part of the show may be sexually explicit, and the women on the main screen usually removed their bikini bottoms.
Alternatively, the channel would go full-screen with all the women together on one large bed; although those engaged in calls with phone-in viewers would continue their conversation with the viewers listening-in on the woman's side of the conversation, which might be Sex channel explicit. At aroundjust before the channel switched to the subscription-only service for the rest of the night, the main screen would Boss looking for freaks to fill the whole screen, all the women would gather on the main screen and remove their thongs exposing their pubic area to the camera.
The feature was promoted as FTG - "Flash the gash".
The channel then showed a blue screen for non-subscription viewers, or continued on eventually to the late Beautiful ladies looking seduction Fort Smith for subscribed viewers of the channel.
Fromthe FTG feature was phased out for unspecified reasons, although incoming text messages continued to make references to FTG.