"There is a difference": Holly Willoughby calls out porn director's view of "normal" sex 5 months ago

"There is a difference": Holly Willoughby calls out porn director's view of "normal" sex

Holly is back speaking her mind and we're here for it.

Holly Willoughby never fails to speak her mind, and one segment on This Morning today had her doing just that.

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During an interview with a porn director, Holly wasn't afraid to call him out for his view of "normal" sex.

Speaking to porn actor turned director, Miles Long, the topic of realistic sex and how people view porn came up.

That's when Phillip Schofield spoke up about his, and many others, fears about how unrealistic sex can affect those when viewing porn.

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He said: "When lockdown is over and you can actually go out and meet someone yourself, you've got some sort of false idea about sex because you've been watching porn."

Miles argued: "But I don't really think watching something makes you want to do that more."

"People watch cars racing, it doesn't mean they hop in their car and start racing people all the time."

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"Or they watch a documentary of someone flying a plane, they don't go out and try to fly a plane."

"It's a fantasy, right?"

This was the moment that caused Holly to break her silence and call out the director for is view on the industries effect on how how people understand real sex to be.

Holly was clearly outraged by what he was saying, hitting back at his claims to say that his view on the matter was just unrealistic.

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"Except they don't have a plane at their disposal, necessarily."

"Whereas a sexual relationship with somebody is a normal part of human life."

"Actually they are more likely to attempt those things or to think that is the norm."

"I think there is a difference actually."

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Miles was clearly taken aback by Holly, and said that her thoughts on this depended on what she classified as normal, and what is fantasy.

He said: "It's healthy to have fantasies, but doesn't necessarily mean you'll act them out."

"You might just like watching it or living vicariously through other people."

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We for one think Holly handled the whole thing like a boss.