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    I used to love the series I Survived until I became a mother now it's too much for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    A good Aussie doco about young people and sexuality was broadcast a couple of years ago called love and sex in the age of pornography. Highly recommend it.
    Thanks for bringing this one up, I never knew the name & didn't realize it was still available to watch. I found this incredibly confronting. It makes me so fearful of what expectations will be like for my DDs. Porn is becoming more & more prolific, how on earth will anyone know how to make love if porn provides their education? It's so unnatural.

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    There's a series of documental short films called Storyville. Not sure if they are in Netflix as I watched them on bbc I player but some were really interesting. One was called queen of Versailles which documented the downfall of a rich family in USA and I can't remember the name of the other one I watched but it was about the drug cartel in Mexico and was fascinating. There was a group of vigilante anti cartel people trying to take back control of their villages but in the end as usual corruption takes over and by the end things had shifted. So sad to see how money and power corrupt.

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    I'm watching Twinster at the moment, I should be grocery shopping. It's good, about twins who were adopted to different families and found each other online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    Ooh, I might start watching this today.
    Have your tissues handy. Tim the guy it centres around is such a great, brave guy. It's a really beautiful human story.

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    Default Documentary appreciation thread

    Has anyone ever seen "Dear Zachary: A Letter to a son about a father"

    I urge you if you haven't seen this to NOT google what it's about but to just watch it. It's available on YouTube and is without a doubt the most moving documentary I've ever watched.
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    Also recently watched and loved
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    Thought of another good one. In Netflix. Called Life after P o r n. Follows a number of ex porn stars and explores what they are doing now.

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    I loveeee doco's! The only ones I can think of are ones that have been mentioned in this thread, queen of Versailles, life after p0rn and hot girls wanted. There's a series on Netflix about women who kill, that might actually be the title. It's really good. When I'm bored and have nothing to watch, I usually browse Netflix doco's and find something great.

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