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NZ Releases Quirky Ad Campaign Encouraging Parents To Discuss Porn With Their Children!

NZ Releases Quirky Ad Campaign Encouraging Parents To Discuss Porn With Their Children!

 

New Zealand has just released a quirky ad campaign featuring two naked porn stars in a bid to encourage parents to talk to their children about pornography.

The video titled Keep It Real Online – Pornography, aims to teach children the difference between the sex they see in pornography versus sex in real life. The message in the video lets kids know the importance of consent in real-life relationship situations.

Hilariously,  the ad begins with a mother, Sandra, in a dressing gown opening the door to find two naked porn stars, Sue and Derek, standing on her front porch.

“We’re here because your son looked us up online to watch us,” Sue says.

The stunned mother then proceeds to call her son Mitch down as the pair continue to explain that he has been watching them on his laptop, iPad, PlayStation, his phone, her phone, the smart TV and the projector.

“We normally perform for adults, but your son’s just a kid,” Sue says.

“He might not know how real relationships actually work.

“We don’t even talk about consent, do we? We just get straight to it.”

Derek agrees: “No, and I’d never act like that in real life.”

Once the teenage boy comes down the stairs, he’s mortified to discover the two naked porn stars at his front door.

To her credit, Sandra remains calm before addressing the issue with her son.

“Alright Matty, it sounds like it’s time to have a talk about the difference between what you see online, and real-life relationships. No judgment!”, she says.

The ad ends with a voiceover saying that many young Kiwis are using pornography to learn about sex and that parents should “keep it real online” by using the Government’s resources,

“It’s normal for young people to be curious about sex. The best way to support them is to have open, honest conversations about what they might see and how it’s different from real sex and relationships,” the website states. “It can be challenging to talk to your child about porn. Conversations about sex and pornography can be awkward and you might feel like you have no idea where to start.”

Some tips in navigating through the discussion with your kids include:

• Choosing the right moment
• Listening to what they say
• Letting them know porn doesn’t reflect reality
• Discussing sexual consent and respect
• Being patient

It’s actually a fantastic and unique way to start a very important discussion with your children, cause let’s face it, chances are they will come across pornography sooner or later. As parents it’s our job to provide them with as many facts as we can in a clear and non-judgemental way. If you require more information please click here.


Chrystal Lovevintage

Chrystal Lovevintage

Chrystal is a writer and blogger who loves nothing more than watching back to back episodes of crime shows. Should she ever find herself needing to cover up a crime, she'll know exactly what to do! Her dream is to one day live in Palm Springs where she can do her writing poolside while drinking endless gin and tonics. Mum to the cutest twin boys in the world, she loves nothing more than the sound of their laughter (usually heard when they're conspiring against her). Entertainment writer and pop culture junkie, she will be bringing you all the celebrity gossip and news that your brain can handle. You can follow her blog at https://lovechrystal.com.au and on Instagram at Chrystalovevintage

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