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Entry into the mile-high club just got a whole lot easier. Qantas now offers an adult documentary for your in-flight entertainment.

And this one's a keeper. Men, women and flight attendants can take a break from regular in-flight entertainment to learn a thing or three about the female orgasm from “The Female Orgasm Explained, a French documentary that shows there's only one good way to “go down” while flying 30,000 miles in the air.

Qantas has always been ahead of the curve. Exhibit A: Yves Saint Laurent designed flight attendants' uniforms back in the 80s, before it occurred to big business to hire designers to make their employees look the part.

Exhibit A

Exhibit A

And now the airline is making strides to boost the brains of passengers stuck in their seats for hours at a time. And nothing will keep that old chatterbox quiet like a good ol' vagina movie.

“I'd love to hear more about your grand-kids, but shhh, she's about to squirt.”

As one of our main hos over at Bossip.com reports, the documentary is the most popular selection on Qantas' in-flight channel The Edge (duh).

And in order to prevent news outlets and anti-female-orgasm squares from freaking out about protecting children, the documentary has a family-friendly MA rating, which allows flight staff to block the program from unaccompanied minors.

Learn how to make me do this and I'll definitely do you.

Learn how to make me do this and I'll definitely do you.

But if the kid's got a set of parents on the plane with him or her, it's their responsibility to prevent the little screamers from watching a movie about…well…adult screamers. Female ones.

Personally I'm pleased. Too many times have I met a man in flight whose large and in-charge fuckability was ruined by their lack of dexterity when it came to coming.

Want to bang in the bathroom before beverage service? Or get laid during our lay-over? Tune into The Edge and take notes.