UK mothers making sex videos for kids after being 'horrified' by online porn

A group of UK mothers have taken porn into their own hands, saying they're so horrified by online porn they'll produce sex tapes they'd be happy for their children to watch.

In upcoming Channel 4 series Mums Make Porn, the five women say they were "traumatised" after seeing some of the porn available on the internet today.

But commenters have been left confused and disgusted at the mothers' solution to the problem.

The Mirror reports Manchester mother-of-six Sarah Louise was so shocked that she almost threw up after watching what she described as "horrific, rape-based content".

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

"I just thought all of a sudden that I was going to throw up."

The group are collectively creating their own sex video, and say they'll watch them with their own children at the end of the series.

The mums starring in the new series.
The mums starring in the new series. Photo credit: Channel 4.

The mothers reportedly worked with pornography experts to create the movie, but were in control of writing and casting, directing and editing their fully mum-approved porno.

Their move has drawn outrage online, with one commenter calling the series "sick".

"Adults showing porn to children is wrong. Full stop," one person wrote in the Daily Mail article comments.

"The idea makes me throw up. Why do mothers always think they have some kind of moral authority over everyone else?" commented another.

A NZ-based report from the Chief Censor last year revealed that two-thirds of 14-17 year olds have been exposed to porn, with some admitting to seeing it before the age of 12.

Crucially, 72 percent of those who viewed porn recently said they saw things that made them uncomfortable.

Sixty-nine percent said they have seen violence or aggression, while seventy-two percent had seen non-consensual activity.

Mums Make Porn premieres in the UK on March 20.

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