'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, and it has proved a hit around the world.

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.

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