Behind-the-scenes of the ‘ethical’ porno made by mothers

These are the first behind the scenes shots of a pornographic film shot by a group of five mothers which they would be happy to show their children.

The women made their own X-rated film as part of new Channel 4 documentary Mums Make Porn after being disgusted by the adult movies they found online.

The three-part series which starts tomorrow saw them direct and produce a video to create porn that is realistic and promotes positive attitudes towards sex.

The team behind the film meet director Erika and watch a six-strong female orgy being made

The team behind the film meet director Erika and watch a six-strong female orgy being made

The team behind the film meet director Erika and watch a six-strong female orgy being made

The actors and actresses can also be seen in what appears to be a scene set in a bakery

The actors and actresses can also be seen in what appears to be a scene set in a bakery

The actors and actresses can also be seen in what appears to be a scene set in a bakery

The Channel 4 show follows the mothers' journey into the adult entertainment industry

The Channel 4 show follows the mothers' journey into the adult entertainment industry

The Channel 4 show follows the mothers’ journey into the adult entertainment industry

The mothers, who do not feature in the film, are pictured in behind-the-scenes shots meeting the director and watching a six-strong female orgy being filmed.

The actors and actresses can also be seen in what appears to be a scene set in a bakery, while another shot is set in a corridor with translucent glass tiles.

The show follows the mothers’ journey into the adult entertainment industry, which sees one of them so distressed by internet porn she quits the project.

One mother was left in tears by the rape-based content they find and another threw up. At the end of the programme the women showed the video to their children. 

Another shot in the adult film seems to be set in a corridor with translucent glass tiles

Another shot in the adult film seems to be set in a corridor with translucent glass tiles

Another shot in the adult film seems to be set in a corridor with translucent glass tiles

Sarah Louise, a mother-of-six who works as a beautician in Bolton, was so disturbed by what she watched that she vomited

Sarah Louise, a mother-of-six who works as a beautician in Bolton, was so disturbed by what she watched that she vomited

Sarah, 40, a wedding photographer from North Wales, cried while watching rape-based content during the mothers' research portion of the show.

Sarah, 40, a wedding photographer from North Wales, cried while watching rape-based content during the mothers' research portion of the show.

Sarah Louise (left), a mother-of-six who works as a beautician in Bolton, was so disturbed by what she watched that she vomited. Sarah (right), 40, a wedding photographer from Wales, cried while watching rape-based content during the mothers’ research portion of the show

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Former headmistress Emma is a mother of two daughters aged 18 and 20

Former headmistress Emma is a mother of two daughters aged 18 and 20

Anita, 43, from Manchester, is a mother-of-four and modelling agent

Anita, 43, from Manchester, is a mother-of-four and modelling agent

Former headmistress Emma (left) is a mother of two daughters aged 18 and 20, while Anita (right), 43, from Manchester, is a mother-of-four and modelling agent

As part of their research, the participants watched adult films based on violence, female submission and rape.

Sarah Louise, a mother-of-six who works as a beautician in Bolton, was so disturbed by what she watched that she vomited.

Meanwhile Sarah, 40, a wedding photographer from North Wales, cried while watching rape-based content during the mothers’ research portion of the show.

She told the programme: ‘If that was the first time I’d seen anything about sex I’d be petrified. I just thought all of a sudden that I was going to throw up.

(From left) Emma, Anita, Sarah-Louise and Sarah all feature in the new Channel 4 documentary

(From left) Emma, Anita, Sarah-Louise and Sarah all feature in the new Channel 4 documentary

(From left) Emma, Anita, Sarah-Louise and Sarah all feature in the new Channel 4 documentary

The three-part series which starts tomorrow saw the group of mothers direct and produce a video to create porn that is realistic and promotes positive attitudes towards sex

The three-part series which starts tomorrow saw the group of mothers direct and produce a video to create porn that is realistic and promotes positive attitudes towards sex

The three-part series which starts tomorrow saw the group of mothers direct and produce a video to create porn that is realistic and promotes positive attitudes towards sex

One mother is reduced to tears by the violent, rape-based content they find and another throws up. At the end of the programme the women show the video to their children

One mother is reduced to tears by the violent, rape-based content they find and another throws up. At the end of the programme the women show the video to their children

One mother is reduced to tears by the violent, rape-based content they find and another throws up. At the end of the programme the women show the video to their children

‘We need to show kids there’s something else than this horrible s*** we see on the internet. If my son treated a woman like that I would kick his a*** to kingdom come.’

She added: ‘Porn doesn’t represent normal women, the actors and actresses they use mislead kids. They need to realise it’s not normal.’ 

Research by the NSPCC has shown the majority of children have been exposed to pornography by their early teens. 

Roughly 65 per cent of 15 to 16-year-olds report having seen pornography, as did 28 per cent of 11 to 12-year-olds.  

Mums Make Porn is on Channel 4 tomorrow night at 10pm 

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