Sexify Season 2 Review – a brilliant continuation

By Daniel Hart
Published: January 11, 2023
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Sexify Season 2 could easily be as popular as its predecessor.

We review the Netflix series Sexify Season 2, which does not contain any significant spoilers. 

It’s quite incredible how Sexify reached the Netflix Top 10s in over 80 countries, and there was barely a whisper about it. Such is my social media DNA that maybe I’m thrown into the wrong crowd. I was fond of Season 1 for its originality and flair. It was vibrant by design, but it had serious messages running through it.

Sexify Season 2 Review and Plot Summary

And Sexify Season 2 is no different, except it’s messier in a world of software and intellectual property. The importance of orgasms and relationships is at the front of the story’s mind, but the corporate cogs of the world that eat the flesh of the bones of technology remain the villain of the story.

Natalia (Aleksandra Skraba), Monika (Sandra Drzymalska), and Paulina (Maria Sobocinska) face a stronger threat in Season 2. Launching the Sexify app is the least of their or problems, but the world that thrives on competition and aggressive corporatism becomes the cornerstone of their potential demise. Coupled with their personal relationships, delving into love, complicated parents, and the journey to pleasure, Sexify Season 2 could easily be as popular as its predecessor.

The daunting world of intimacy thematically runs through the story. How two human beings merge together sexually and offer each other pleasure is unnecessarily taboo, especially in the western world. Sexify strips off the taboo like a flimsy plaster and continues to case study for that ultimate intimacy with the perfect match. It’s interesting seeing the women behind the app struggle with intimacy while launching an app that claims to be the answer.

Is Sexify Season 2 good?

As I reached a third way through Sexify Season 2, it dawned that series like this are increasingly important, which elevates the story somewhat. In a disconnected world, where dating apps encourage promiscuity and polyamorous relationships rather than real connections, this Netflix series is a reminder that a human relationship takes hard work, and a mobile application is not the answer we are necessarily looking for.

The cast has to be praised. Once again, Aleksandra Skraba knocks it out of the part with her portrayal of Natalia. Her view of the world will resonate strongly with introverts. She’s a logical human being, after all, and Season 2 sees the problem solver continue to defy the odds, matched with great humor.

Sexify Season 2 is worth the watch. It’s a worthwhile continuation that we hope graces the Netflix Top 10s again.

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