Youth Wellbeing Project equips you to critique porn’s impact on individuals, relationships, families, communities & nations

SafetyIQ and PreventionIQ programs

Releasing in 2018, this educational package provides training for staff within schools; educational materials for delivery with students; guidance to implement policies, processes and practices; and tools to partner with parents through comprehensive online learning.

Critical Porn Analysis

Critical Porn Analysis is an educational response to the researched harms of pornography as a public health crisis. Critical Porn Analysis moves beyond the micro focus of how the individual interacts with pornographic content, to consider a more holistic approach on how porn’s proliferation and ease of access impacts the health & wellbeing of individuals, relationships, families, communities and cultures.

Critical Porn Analysis requires a critique through 5 interconnected lenses: global industry; sex, gender, power & relationships; sexual exploitation; child sexual exploitation; and mental health & addiction. Critical Porn Analysis provides educators, decision makers, and community a greater understanding of the scope of impacts, and frames the discussion to respond to pornography as the public health crisis of the digital age. Critical Porn Analysis builds upon the work of Natalie Collins, a UK-based Gender Justice Specialist. This inquiry begins a difficult, but necessary conversation. Questions are by no means exhaustive. For a detailed explanation, go to Culture Reframed.

Yes, we absolutely need to educate our kids and teens about porn. But when you hear the word ‘porn literacy’, ask a few more questions before you say ‘yes’.

Read about Critical Porn Analysis at Generation Next and The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health. Full details at Culture Reframed.

Ways porn harms children & young people

Specialist cohort presentations on pornography

We consistently find that the topic schools need most support with is how to talk about pornography. For children and young people to be resilient to the impacts of pornography, Youth Wellbeing Project provides cohort presentations taking a critical porn analysis approach. With presentations available for every age and stage of development, primary school sessions are best delivered in classroom size, whilst secondary schools will benefit from cohort presentations.

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