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Inherit the Wind

Inherit the Wind

  

by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee

Analysis: Steaminess Rating

Exactly how steamy is this story?

G

Sex only comes up in the most wholesome way in this approved-for-general-audiences play. At one point, Drummond embarrasses Brady, asking how all the people in the Bible got to be in the Bible… The answer? Sex.

However, Brady sees sex as Original Sin. And apparently everyone else does too, because there isn't so much as a kiss in the whole play.

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