A BBC Three series will explore the damaging effect pornography may be having on young people as it follows six British men and women into Spain’s sex industry.
The three-part series will focus on a group of under-thirties with wildly different relationships to pornography, including an addict and a feminist student who avoids it entirely.
Over three weeks, they will spend time on a series of pornographic sets, discussing how pornography has shaped their views on sex.
The show will tackle questions around pornography, including whether it demeans women and promotes violence, according to the BBC.
Included in the group is a 24-year-old woman experiencing physical symptoms of addiction and a 28-year-old male pornography enthusiast who attends conventions.
It will also focus on a 22-year-old female feminist student who abstains and a 24-year-old women looking to enter the industry, as well as two men, both in their twenties, who use pornography recreationally.
More than three-quarters of men (77%) said they had used pornography in the last month, according to a poll conducted by Deltapoll for the BBC.
Nearly half of women (47%) said they had done the same.
Findings also suggest some young people believe pornography creates unrealistic expectations around sex.
More than half (54%) of respondents said pornography creates impossible standards for beauty and bodies, and three-quarters (74%) said depictions of sex in pornography were unrealistic.
One in four respondents (26%) said watching pornography had stunted their self-confidence and made them consider plastic surgery.
Porn Laid Bare premieres on BBC Three on March 14.