Critics of porn have long argued that it is organised by men for men, with women as the exploited puppets of the show. But now, its supporters argue, a raft of women directors are making porn for women. And with more than a third of women accessing porn every week making up 30% of all viewing of pornography, a new audience has arrived.

Should we see this as a disturbing extension of an already dangerous porn industry, that turns human beings into products and users into addicts? Or is it a time to celebrate the liberation of female desire and escape from a centuries old and enfeebling vision of female sexuality?

Comedienne and star of Bridget Jones and Miranda Sally Phillips, legendary human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell, author of Fucking Law:The Search for Her Sexual Ethics Victoria Brooks, and author of Turned On Kate Devlin go head to head over feminist pornography.

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