‘Porn Stars’ Arrive at Boy’s Door in New Zealand Online Safety Ad


'Porn Stars' Arrive at Boy's Door in New Zealand Online Safety Ad

A pair of fictional porn actors feature in a campaign ad from the New Zealand government urging parents to teach children that pornography doesn’t reflect reality, and to discuss sexual consent and relationships with them. The tongue-in-cheek ad was released on June 5 as part of the government’s Keep It Real Online campaign that aims to protect children online. It depicts a nude man and woman, Sue and Derek, knocking on a family’s door, and explaining to the mother, Sandra, that her son had been watching them online on multiple devices including on his laptop, iPad, PlayStation, and television. “We usually perform for adults, but your son’s just a kid,” Sue tells Sandra. “He might not know how relationships actually work,” she adds. “We don’t even talk about consent, do we?” she asks the man, who shakes his head in agreement, saying, “Yeah, and I’d never act like that in real life.” Sandra then calls her son Matty into the hallway. He freezes in shock seeing the two at the door and drops a bowl of cereal. The ad ends with Sandra turning to her son and saying, “Alright Matty, it sounds like it’s time to talk about the difference between what you see online, and real-life relationships.” Credit: Keep It Real Online via Storyful



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