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Saturday 23rd March 2019

Mums make porn film for their kids to watch as part of new Channel 4 show

The women want to promote a healthy attitude towards sex

Five mums have directed a porn film they would be happy for their children to watch as part of a Channel 4 show.

Mums Make Porn will see the women create their own adult videos after witnessing the hardcore porn available online for free.

The women, who all have teenage kids, want to create an adult film which promotes a healthy attitude towards sex.

The women want to create a porn film which promotes a healthy attitude towards sex (Credit: Channel 4)

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One of the mothers Sarah, 40, from North Wales admitted she was left crying after watching rape-based content.

According to the Mirror, she said: "If that was the first time I'd seen anything about sex I'd be petrified.

"We need to show kids that there's something else than this horrible [bleep] we see on the internet. If my son treated a woman like that I would kick his [bleep] 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."

The publication claims mother-of-six Sarah Louise from Manchester was so traumatised from the graphic content that she threw up.

Sarah-Louise threw up after watching graphic content (Credit: Channel 4)

Meanwhile, another mum was so disgusted she quit.

The film the mums made will be shown in the final of the three-part series, which will begin on March 20.

We’re proud to be the channel that opens up the debate, puts parents in the director’s chair, and in your living room.

The women worked with industry experts and were given all the tools they needed to make the movie.

They took control of the writing, casting, directing and editing of their teenage-friendly adult film.

Mums Make Porn has been commissioned by and will air on Channel 4.

Sarah cried witnessing graphic videos (Credit: Channel 4)

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Channel 4 exec Sarah Lazenby said: "Porn is both prolific and here to stay. We're proud to be the channel that opens up the debate, puts parents in the director's chair, and in your living room."

Mums Make Porn is produced by Firecracker Films.

Channel 4's commissioning editor of features Clemency Green added: "It is a disturbing fact that more and more young people are learning about sex for the first time via easily accessible hard core pornography.

"This series is a bold and ballsy way to shine a light on a number of issues relating to the attitude toward sex of kids today, through the families that are raising them."

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