Ku'damm, for those who are wondering, is the slang term for a very famous road in Berlin called Kurfürstendamm full of shops, restaurants, and more awesome things. Ku'damm 56, then is a TV miniseries depicting this part of Germany in 1956, right after the Second World War. It was a time after most of the men had left their homes to participate in the war, leaving women to run their homes and the country overall. When the men came back, the entire male/female dynamic of society had changed, resulting in a sexual liberation for women that changed the way everyone looked at sex—and obviously it was for the better, as the show lets up glimpse upon these empowered women in the act. Emilia Schüle, for one, shows breasts and butt when she's in the tub and switches with Sonja Gerhardt, who also shows breasts and butt when she gets into the same bath water. Later, Sonja strips down and shows breasts, butt, and bush when she banging a dude, and Anne Werner gets down to her skivvies. This kind of liberation is rarely shown on TV, but we're glad it is!