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Pleasure vs. Profit: Growing Up in Pornified Scotland

With the Women's Support Project

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Pleasure vs. Profit is a set of resources challenging porn culture and providing the facts about the industry behind the images. Find out how sexualisation and pornography affect young people in Scotland, and what you can do about it.

The Website
Check out the Pleasure vs. Profit website to find out more about the pornography industry, view our anti-porn postcards for work with young people, and get links to other useful resources.

The Film
With input from young people, police and activists, this short film exposes how the porn industry manipulates young people's natural curiosity about sex, and in doing so jeopardises their ability to explore their sexuality in a healthy way and at their own pace.

Watch the film on the Pleasure vs. Profit website.

The Resource Pack
A comprehensive information pack, developed by the Women's Support Project with support from Zero Tolerance, which provides more information and ideas on how to challenge 'porn culture'.

Some comments about Pleasure vs. Profit:

"A very valuable resource... I would now be confident using this and exploring this issue."

"A fantastic resource... particularly useful because it includes young men criticising this pornified culture."

To order a DVD of the film and information pack email info@zerotolerance.org.uk

Want to find out more about the issues dealt with in Pleasure V’s Profit? Zero Tolerance have produced a briefing on Sexualisation, including quotes and statistics.
 

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