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Moms Unite To Make Porn They're Happy For Kids To Watch

Mums Unite To Make Porn They're Happy For Kids To Watch
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The five women were disgusted by the free porn videos they found online. Their solution? Record a pornographic film that they had be happy for their kids to watch.

The group of moms wanted to show young people that porn films are not realistic. They felt a strong reaction was needed against the "horrible sh*t" they encountered online.

The project was part of the documentary for a Channel 4 TV show called Mums Make Porn.

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The goal was to direct and help create a film that promoted a more positive attitude towards sex. Even if they did not star in the movie themselves, they had to research porn videos.

Sarah Louise, a beauty salon owner and a mother of six, was shocked to see violence, female submission, and rape in the videos. She was so disturbed by the images that she threw up.

Another mother, 40-yeard old wedding photographer Sarah from North Wales, started crying after seeing graphic rape-based content.

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She commented:

"If that was the first time I'd seen anything about sex I'd be petrified. I just thought all of a sudden that I was going to throw up."

"We need to show kids that there's something else than this horrible sh*t we see on the internet."

Sarah then added:

"If my son treated a woman like that I would kick his arse to kingdom come. Porn doesn't represent normal women, the actors and actresses they use mislead kids. They need to realise it's not normal."

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Mums Unite To Make Porn They're Happy For Kids To Watch

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One of the mothers was so disturbed by the content in the porn videos that she decided to quit the show. The remaining group went on to visit many porn sites. Some of the things they found there were hard to digest.

The documentary is a series in three parts where we follow the group's journey. They had help from porn industry experts and actors when creating the film.

In the final episode, the mothers show the film to friends and family, including their grown-up kids.

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Channel 4's Sarah Lazenby said:

"We're proud to put parents in the director's chair."

Mums Make Porn premiered on Channel 4 in March 2020. The description of the show read:

"Shocked by hardcore porn online, and its impact on their kids' generation, five ordinary mums decide to make their own porn movie."