Twenty-five-year-old Kipper is a virginal grad student who gets nervous just talking to a girl, let alone touching her; and John, at 45, is newly divorced and suffering from the revelation that his ex-wife was silently dissatisfied with their sexual relationship for twenty years.
He had been criticized by both his ex-wife and from the woman in his recent relationship about not being attentive to their needs.
The reason for this drastic shift: A head-on car crash that nearly killed her and left her severely disfigured.
The last frame gives information about a professional society that these surrogates belong to for anyone looking for this type of therapy.
Kipper, a 25-year-old college student, has had little sexual experience with women and seeks help overcoming his shyness.
It technically began in the early 1970s, and is maybe best known as something done to help people with extreme anxiety about sex to gradually work past it.