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The risks and harms caused by pornography are becoming increasingly apparent, as are the people appealing for help. Subsequently, “How Does Porn Affect Our Lives?” offers exceptional insight into the issues faced by children and individuals alike.
The documentary covers, through real-life testimony, the biological and personal aspects in a simple, attractive, and didactic way. Relying on research, the Spanish filmmakers provide practical tools and solutions to parents who want to protect their children. Similarly, it offers much-needed insight for people struggling to get out of addiction. Liz Walker was featured throughout this documentary.
The two below documentaries and “How does porn affect our lives” in the top banner are well worth watching.
Is free pornography destroying our brains?
School kids today are watching porn like never before. It’s free, it’s instant and it’s having a devastating effect.
New Zealand TV3’s current affairs program 3D spoke to porn users and porn addicts. They also sought expertise from sex educator, Liz Walker, and a top international scientist who say this new type of porn can actually alter our brains.
Our Kids Online – Porn, Predators & How To Keep Them Safe
Follow the journey of two filmmaker parents. Rob and Zareen accidentally stumbled on the biggest un-had conversation of our time, while researching the pros and cons of handheld devices for their children. This is a must-see documentary for every parent on how to protect their kids from online predators. The fallout from exposure to today’s genres of hardcore, violent, degrading porn is essential to understand. Featuring some of the world’s leading experts in this field, Liz was included in an interview for this documentary. That said, due to COVID she was unable to travel to New Zealand to meet Rob and Zareen face to face. Read our review here.
In the Media
In addition to documentaries and videos of Liz in the media, check out the video complementing the children’s books. To clarify, you can find these on the relevant web pages for Milly’s Message, Junk in the Trunk, and Hamish and the Shadow Secret.