The final portion of the program includes interviews with rape crisis counselors and psychologists, who examine the causes of date rape and the long- and short-term psychological consequences. Experts offer guidelines for dealing with specific dating or friendship problems and for handling peer pressure, which often leads to poor choices in teen relationships. In this program, Dr. Making It Work Run time 19 min. Topics under discussion include different types of relationships, factors that influence the formation and maintenance of relationships, and social and psychological perspectives on people as sexual beings. Porn addiction, the sex-industrial complex, and porn-related freedom of speech issues are also explored. The only difference is that Florence and Robin are lesbians. Stephen Whittle argues that it does not. The video provides information on finding a doctor, prenatal care, and the benefits of a practical diet, exercise, and childbirth classes, as well as advice on adjusting to the baby, assuming responsibility, continuing education, finding help, and managing finances. Children of Gay and Lesbian Parents Run time 27 min. Lynda Madaras and Christian Haren, noted sex education specialists, provide added commentary. Constructing an experiment to identify attitudinal and behavioral changes that manifest as a result of viewing porn-a study in the manner of the Annenberg School of Communications and California State University studies-Tracy tracks two men, one single and one married, for 60 days. Rape and My Journey Back was published, and the rapist's emotional hold on her, in the form of unresolved issues, was finally broken.