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Maree Crabbe

7pm - 9pm :: Monday, May 21 (Coffee and tea will be served.)

Download the flyer and registration form here.

 

Explicit sexual imagery is now easily accessed, created and shared by anyone with a smartphone, tablet or computer. For young people, it is almost impossible to avoid. Pornography is now the most prominent sexuality educator for many young people. But porn conveys a whole range of problematic messages – about bodies, men, women, sex, consent, power and aggression.

 

 

Young people need support to navigate healthy development in this new reality.

 

Addressing pornography’s influence is a challenging task, but ignoring it is no longer an option. Porn isn’t going to go away. This session will explore why schools need to address pornography in order to equip students for healthy, respectful relationships in the 21st century, and how they can go about it. It is suitable for school administrators, teachers, student counselors, parents, and others involved in young people’s care and education.

 

Additional resource material
Is Our School in the Picture document
Teenagers Learning Online Porn Literacy Sex Education 

 

Conference attendees:
♦ Your registration must include Monday to attend this session. There is no additional registration fee and no additional registration is required.
♦ This session is not eligible for CEUs.
♦ This presentation will be geared towards school administrators, teachers, student counselors, and parents and you should not expect to gain clinical skills from the session.

 

Education Professionals (non conference attendees)
♦ Advanced and onsite registration fee: $20.00 per person
♦ Pre-registration is recommended and appreciated.
♦ Onsite registration is available.

 


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