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21 MAR

A bored pussy cat stole the first episode of Mums Make Porn as it sat legs akimbo

by Metro
This cat was having none of it (Picture: Channel 4)

Channel 4 aired what it hoped was a thought-provoking look at porn and young people on Wednesday night – but it was a bored-looking cat, sat legs akimbo, that stole the whole show.

The show follows five mums of teenagers, working together to make a porn movie that shows sex in a different light and aims to change how porn shapes their views of sex from an early age.

Not today, thank you (Picture: Channel 4)

Early in the episode Jane, who has 19-year-old daughter and had never watched porn, realised she may need to see what was available for her to get an idea of what she could suggest for the final movie.

So she fired up her laptop and began watching online porn – with her cat sitting right behind her.

You couldnt make it up.

The cat really wasnt bothered (Picture: Channel 4)

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The controversial Channel 4 documentary saw a group of mums unite to write, cast, and direct an ethical adult film for their children – in response to the porn videos already out there.

In the first episode, viewers also saw Jane, Sarah-Louise, and Anita all head to their first ever adult film set, where they meet working porn star Roxie who prepared them for whats in store.

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A lot of mine have a bit of a niche of having a bitchy girlfriend who cheats on her boyfriend. Who wants to just watch “Oh theyre in bed having sex”? Its boring.

So you need a bit sexy kissing, touching, and feeling, getting intimate. Then you need a bit of the hardcore to entice other people. So you need to have the whole package.

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The documentary has been criticised by Loose Womens Ruth Langsford, who believes offering a sanitised version of porn wont help the situation.

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Ruth spoke about the concerns she had regarding what her son Jack might have watched, and the 59-year-old said: I have a teenage son and I worry about the extreme pornography thats there. I worry about the image men make about women from watching those.

But making a sanitised version, for me, I dont think it will help.

The mother-of-one then went on to give her own view on how to combat extreme porn and suggested: You need to educate you boys in the real world.

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