In the YouTube series Middle Ground, media organization Jubilee gathers people on opposite sides of an issue to debate the topic they disagree about. Their latest video in the series explores the ethics of pornography from the perspective of both pro-porn advocates and anti-porn advocates.

The video features people with a wide diversity of backgrounds. One woman on the pro-porn side is an adult performer, while a man on the anti-porn side works as a porn addiction recovery coach. There’s also a woman who works with youth impacted by porn on the anti-porn side and a self-proclaimed human rights activist on the pro-porn side. Overall, the spectrum of voices is revealing of all the different ways into the issue.

The debate is spirited. It centers around topics posed by the moderators such as how porn impacts a person’s sex life, stigmas inside the porn industry and porn viewership habits. No topic is ever overtly spiritual (Jubilee is not a religiously-affiliated organization), but the conversation does arrive at some compelling arguments.

JK, the porn addiction recovery coach, talked about how his past relationship with porn affected his own sexual health and the sexual health of those around him: “It caused the women a lot of pain. It caused them to think [I wasn’t with them]. It took me 18 months before I could get to a point where I could have a regular sex life again … What are we doing for the 11-year-olds who are using porn to determine their sexual identity? What are the ethics of it? Is [that issue worth] all costs?”