Porn: Let’s Talk About It!

As a generation raised on technology, kids today are turning to the internet to fill in the gaps their sex education has left open.

Webinar Overview

Kids are exposed to pornography at high rates due to free and accessible porn websites. On these websites, children can easily confuse violent, misogynistic, and degrading themes as normal sexual behavior, and most of the content does not convey a culture that requires consent.

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In this session, we will discuss the prevalence at which children and adolescents access pornography. We will also provide tools to start age-appropriate conversations about pornography, as well as internet and personal safety.

  • Participants will learn what kids are gaining from sex education, and identify what is being left out and why kids are turning to pornography.
  • Participants will examine the access kids and teens have to online pornography and discuss how that access without education impacts healthy sexual development.
  • Participants will be able to effectively communicate with kids and teens about pornography and explain how it relates to internet and personal safety.

Trainers

Caitie Dahl

First Witness Child Advocacy Center Forensic Interviewer and Trainer

Kylee Pass

First Witness Child Advocacy Center Family Advocate and Trainer