British TV Profiles Moms Making ‘Safe Sex’ Porno for Kids in the Name of ‘Equality’

Mothers are making pornography for children, and it is not being banned but rather encouraged by British society. A TV show on publicly-funded Channel 4 called Mums Make Porn is set to debut and will lionize these demented women as heroes for equality, consent, and women’s rights for making porn for kids.

‘We need to show kids that there’s something else than this horrible s*** we see on the internet,” mother Sarah Louise said on the TV program. “If my son treated a woman like that I would kick his a*** 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,” she added.

Her objections to porn have not led her and the other mothers who star on the show to urge abstinence and self-control to their children and others. Instead, the women plan, plot and direct pornography of their own to show children. It’s another way for some empowered 21st century women to have a “girl power” moment.

“The Porn World is dominated primarily by men, so as a group of woman/mums we address our concerns, we provoke conversation into sex education and address topics such as consent, safe sex and equality,” Louise said.

According to a Daily Mail report, the mothers are so zealous about their porn-producing abilities that they would even be willing to show their porn to their own children!

“Porn doesn’t represent normal women, the actors and actresses they use mislead kids. They need to realise it’s not normal,” Louise said.

Apparently she hopes that her own X-rated production aimed at children will somehow normalize pornography among children, as if that is some kind of virtue. Experts point to the damaging psychological impacts of pornography among children as a reason why they should avoid the content completely.

“According to some studies, early exposure (by age 14) to pornography and other explicit material may increase the risk of a child becoming a victim of sexual violence or acting out sexually against another child. For some people, habitual use of pornography may prompt a desire for more violent or deviant material, including depictions of rape, torture or humiliation. If people seek to act out what they see, they may be more likely to commit sexual assault, rape or child molestation,” wrote Carolyn Ross, M.D, M.P.H. for Psychology Today.

The show ‘Mums Make Porn’ will be broadcast by Channel 4 on March 20 as the West’s tragic slide toward decadence and degeneracy continues.

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