YOutube clips and films
Celebrities share their personal experiences with porn
Terry Crews, Rashida Jones, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Candace Cameron Bure and Russell Brand share their personal experiences with porn and how it affected their lives.
Russell Brand reveals why he no longer watches porn
Russell Brand talks all about his decision not to make porn a part of his life and how it affected him mentally and emotionally.
Ran Gavrieli – TedEX: why I stopped watching porn
Ran Gavrieli works with Israeli youth teaching them about emotional and physically safe sex, porn and porn-influenced cultural damages. In this TED talk, he explains why he decided to quit watching porn.
Seth’s story: overcoming an addiction to pornography
Seth, a young American, shares his personal story of how he fell into and overcame a battle with pornography. He talks about how it affected everything from his schooling to his relationships.
Mark’s story: I was addicted to porn at age 12
Mark, a young American, shares his personal struggle with porn from a very early age and how he overcame it.
Russell Brand talks sex, softcore & hardcore porn
Actor/comedian Russell Brand talks about the harmful effects of porn and how it alters ideas and perceptions about sex, drawing from science, research, and examples from his own life.
Love and sex in an age of pornography
A documentary which follows a group of young people as they reflect on the influence of porn in their lives. It provides insight into the porn industry and the effects of porn on young people’s sexuality today.
The Porn Factor
This Australian documentary is composed of interviews with young people, experts and porn industry professionals, who explore how porn is shaping young people’s sexual expectations and experiences. Great viewing for parents, teachers, youth workers and others involved in young people’s education, support or care.
Dr Gail Dines: growing up in a pornified culture
This TED talk explores how images on the internet are shaped by pornified images which then spill over into mainstream media and popular culture.
Channel 4: Porn on the Brain
As part of Channel 4’s Campaign for Real Sex, Porn on the Brain is an authored documentary by journalist Martin Daubney, ex-editor of lad’s magazine, Loaded. Confused by the alarming headlines and driven by the knowledge that his son will soon reach the age at which most children first see porn (10 years) Martin wants to find some answers. Is porn really bad for kids? Where is the evidence?