Is this the future?
BBC, 14 Mar, 2019
Porn Laid Bare series 1, episode 3 of 3
Contains some strong language, sexual content and some upsetting scenes.
The group have been exposed to some of the good and bad practices in Spain’s porn industry, as well as exploring the positive and negative influences porn has on consumers, but in this episode they are questioning that if there are aspects of mainstream pornography that are damaging then what should be done about porn? They’ll explore whether there are ethical alternatives to mainstream porn that means the industry can change from within, or whether the solution is to limit the reach of pornography as much as possible to protect society. Finally the group get the opportunity to put what they’ve learnt into practice, choosing between going on a march against pornography taking place in Madrid or helping to make a porn film in Barcelona applying more ethical principles to the shoot – but after two weeks seeing the good and bad of Spain’s porn industry, how will the group divide?
In this episode three of the group meet feminist campaigners the Towanda Rebels protesting against violence seen in porn. The campaigners show the group a genre of porn called ‘public disgrace’ where a woman is humiliated sexually in public, and they are shocked to learn that one of the actors in this genre is someone they’ve already met. Keen to find a more ethical alternative to more violent forms of porn the group meet producer Erika Lust in Barcelona who claims her films are more responsibly produced and focus as much on female pleasure as male pleasure. Three of the group discover what some argue is the most ethical form of pornography out there: films made by couples which completely bypass producers. They meet amateur performers Eze and Jowy who are making a porn film featuring bondage. Later the notion of there being an ethical alternative to porn is strongly challenged when they meet academic Heather Brunksell Evans. Her views inform the group’s decision at the end of their two weeks in Spain on whether they want to shape the production of a porn film being filmed in Barcelona or join feminist campaigners marching against pornography and violence against women in Madrid. But after two weeks immersing themselves in Spain’s porn industry, how will the group split?
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