How many mothers and fathers with teenage children will not be shocked by the sexual content that their children can easily find on the Internet? A group of 5 brave mums have come together to do something about it. Since ridding the net of all potentially damaging pornographyis an impossible task, they proposed making their own movie to teach their children whatsex is and the importance of having a healthy sex life.
These five women participated in a Channel 4 show, Mums Make Porn. They had the help and advice of experts in all phases of film-making, from the writing of the script to the casting, the address and the subsequent publication.
Teenagers and porn
Parents are becoming more and more concerned about their children accessing hardcore porn online, with the NSPCC statistics pointing out that 65% of adolescents between 15 and 16 years old have seen porn videos at some time. More worrying is the figure of 28% of children aged 11 and 12 who have also seen this type of adult content.
Check out the video above for more details about the show.