It was made to address the claims and advocacy of a particular American anti-porn campaigner, Shelley Lubben, who was briefly in the industry in 1994, then found Jesus, and became a campaigner, basing her work on emotive testimony regarding harms she claims were a result of her short porn career, and the general claims made by anti-porn advocates regarding rape, coercion, violence, etc supposedly being endemic and fundamentally central to the industry. This documentary was made as a rebuttal.
Of course, it is itself advocacy, so should be watched with that in mind, but it is advocacy from people involved in the industry and thus presents voices which are not heard often in the constant campaigning from both right and left against porn. Part II is the more interesting from a general perspective; Nina Hartley is her usual excellent self- she has been in porn since the 80s and expresses well her frustration that all these years later she’s still having to argue that women have general and sexual agency and are fit to make their own decisions, and fellow performer Kayden Kross does a nice little bit about how “rapists” in porn are somewhat frustrated by (a) having to pay for it and (b) gain consent.
Subject matter is obviously not NSFW for the content is not pornographic- just interviews and discussion of a documentary nature.