Devout Christian on Mums Make Porn breaks down in tears after planning X-rated porn movie and quits the process calling it ‘wrong’

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A MUM broke down in tears at the prosect of directing her own porn film and bowed out of the process.

Documentary Mums Make Porn sees five women, who all have teenagers, plan their own erotic flick after being left horrified by the hardcore porn available online for free.

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Devout Christian Jane, 43, one has one 19-year-old daughter finds the process of directing a porn movie too much on Mums Make Porn on Channel 4[/caption]

On tonight’s episode, the mums decided to do brainstorm some ideas for what their porn movie will involve.

Malaysian-born Christian Jane 43, from London, had never seen porn before doing the show, and was shaken after viewing explicit content and discussing kinky plots for their own film.

When Anita suggests a group sex scenario could spice things up, but Jane looks visibly uncomfortable at the situation.

Anita said: “We keep saying two people, I would really like at least a couple more.”

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The mums wanted to create a film that they would be happy for their children to watch[/caption]

Unsure Jane said: “We don’t want to be so overwhelmed that we’ve lost sense of our core values and beliefs as to why we are here.”

Heading to church, devoted Christian Jane asks the advice of her pastor.

Jane, who has a 19-year-old daughter, said: “I’m struggling, I need some sort of spritual insight for me to carry on, I feel very troubled.

“I feel really sad at the moment, I feel like I set out to do something and I’m left in limbo now.

“I cannot go through with something that is so explicit, because porn is porn. I can’t tweak it because that is not possible.

“I do feel like I’m holding the other mums back because they are coming up with all these ideas about how and what they want to see in a porn film and I’m struggling for space.”

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Anita was keen for the porn movie to involve multiple individuals, instead of one couple[/caption]

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Jane asked advice from her pastor, before leaving the show[/caption]

Breaking the news to mum Sarah-Louise, she said: “I’m going to cry when I say it but I can’t go through with making the porn movie, I just think it is wrong really.”

Sarah-Louise was gutted at the news, and replies: “I think out of everyone I think I wouldn’t want you to leave the most.”

Jane, audibly in tears, said: “I can hardly speak now.”

Sarah-Louise, in tears herself, said: “Gutted, gutted.”

Sarah-Louise broke down in tears as an emotional Jane told her she was quitting
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Jane admitted she found making a porn film ‘wrong’ so had to leave[/caption]

The concerned mums said on This Morning that they were partly driven to make their own film by the fact they claim 88 per cent of the most-seen porn videos portray violence.

Their mission was to create a film which not only works as pornography but also promotes healthy attitudes towards sex and relationships for the next generation.

The women explained that 50 per cent of all kids between 11 and 16 will probably have viewed explicit content, and their movie was about changing the narrative surrounding content.

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Sarah, 40, from North Wales is a photographer and single mum to daughters, aged one and 11[/caption]

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Emma, Anita, Jane and Sarah-Louise have 12 children between the four of them[/caption]

Unlike other “violent” videos, they say theirs includes kissing, communication, connection, real bodies, as well as sex.

The mums were brought together by Channel 4 to write, cast and direct the adult film.

They were left completely in control – from writing and casting, to directing and editing their fully mum-approved pornographic film.

Food stylist Emma is art director, while Sarah-Louise is in charge of the hair, make-up and costumes.

Anita and Sarah share the director role, with Sarah also acting as the on-set photographer.

Their porn film hopes to promote a healthy attitude towards sex and appeal to women

The porn film will be aired on in the final of the three-part show as they hold a viewing party for their family, friends – and most importantly, their kids.

Their final 12-minute edit, which is to be shown to an audience of industry experts, features two separate sex scenes mirroring each other — one daytime, one night.

Emma explains: “It is all about the build-up and exploration of the body and about asking.”

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Anita, 43, from Manchester is a mum to four boys aged six to 24 and works as a modelling agent for them[/caption]

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The women put the skills from their day jobs to use and all take on different roles during the process[/caption]

Sarah adds: “It doesn’t matter about your sexuality, the fundamental thing is consent.”

Stats commissioned by the NSPCC suggest the majority of children have been exposed to pornography by their early teens.

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

The series aired tonight on Channel 4 at 10pm.


Previously Piers Morgan blasts Mums Making Porn pointing out their kids can’t legally watch their 18-rated movie.

Porn sites will soon be required to get proof of ID from UK residents before showing any X-rated clips – in order to protect children.

However, parents still fear children will still ‘be able to access porn’ despite age verification restrictions.

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