Pornography education

Pornography Education Perth Western Australia

We can all play a role in the care, safety and protection of children.

 
 

eSafeKids provides Reducing The Harm: Talking About Pornography workshops and throughout metropolitan and regional Australia and internationally. These workshops can be delivered face-to-face at your location or online as a webinar. 

The ubiquity of the internet and more recently portable electronic devices, has transformed the way pornography is accessed and how pornography accesses children and young people. Whilst pornography is not new, the nature and accessibility of pornography had changed considerably. The way we approach this topic, therefore, needs to be different. In the absence of adequate education in the home, school and wider community, pornography is the primary and in many cases the only education children and young people receive about human relationships and sexuality.

 

We strive to reduce and prevent harm through proactive and preventative education, supporting and inspiring parents, carers, educators and other professionals to talk with children, young people and vulnerable adults about pornography.

 
 
 
Parent / Carer

Talking About Children and Pornography 

 

This parent/carer workshop will support and inspire you to talk with your child or young person about pornography and sexualised media. You will leave this workshop with up-to-date information, conversation starters, practical strategies and resource recommendations. 

 

Topics Covered

 

  • Overview of pornography in the digital age 

  • Children and young people’s access to pornography in the digital age

  • The effect of pornography on the developing body, brain and behaviour.

  • Pornography’s influence on developing attitudes, expectations and behaviours.

  • How pornography is shaping relationships and sexuality

  • Education to support children

  • Education to support young people

  • Resource recommendations and ongoing support

 

Workshop Duration: 2.5 hours

 
 
 

Young People and porn ... 

 

93% of boys and 61% of girls have seen online porn.

 
 

1 in 4 young people first saw porn before the age of 12.

 
 
 

76% of access to one of the most popular porn sites is via a mobile phone. 

 
 
 
 

71% of children/young people were not seeking out pornography when they first saw it. 

 
 
 
 

THIS IS WHAT PARENTS SAY ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

"Fantastic and very useful information. So important for parents to understand how much pornography has changed since they were adolescents themselves. I did not realise the harm it could do to our children. Thank you for showing us how to have the conversations, strategies for children to use and all the resources you shared.”

 
 
 
 
 
Professional

Reducing The Harm: Talking About Children and Pornography 

 

This evidence based professional development workshop develops participants’ understanding of the nature of today’s pornography and its influence on children and young people’s developing attitudes, expectations and behaviours. We will explore how pornography is shaping relationships and sexuality and introduce you to resources available to support you to gain confidence in addressing the harms of pornography.

 

You will leave this comprehensive workshop with up-to-date information, conversation starters, practical strategies and resource recommendations.

 

Topics Covered

 

  • Overview of pornography in the digital age 

  • Children and young people’s access to pornography in the digital age

  • The effect of pornography on the developing body, brain and behaviour.

  • Pornography’s influence on developing attitudes, expectations and behaviours.

  • How pornography is shaping relationships and sexuality

  • Harmful Sexual Behaviours in children

  • Gender based violence

  • Education to support children

  • Education to support young people

  • School/service provider framework to address pornography

  • Resource recommendations and ongoing support

 

Workshop Duration: 2.5 or 4 hours

 

THIS IS WHAT PROFESSIONALS SAY ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

"Kalgoorlie Detectives and Goldfields Joint Response Team (CPFS) were fortunate enough to have Kayelene deliver cyber safety and pornography workshops for us in Kalgoorlie. Kayelene is an incredibly knowledgeable and engaging presenter who provided us all with some extremely useful information and resources we can now implement into our daily workload. Kalgoorlie Detectives would highly recommend this workshop to all agencies and look forward to having Kayelene back in Kalgoorlie."

 
 
Student

Talking About Pornography 

 

This workshop develops students’ understanding of the nature of today’s pornography and its influence on their developing attitudes, expectations and behaviours. We will explore how pornography is shaping relationships and sexuality and encourage students to reflect on how pornography may influence body image; violence; respectful relationships; consent; harmful sexual behaviours and problematic/compulsive viewing. 

 

Topics Covered

 

  • Overview of pornography in the digital age 

  • Children and young people’s access to pornography in the digital age

  • The effect of pornography on the developing body, brain and behaviour.

  • Pornography’s influence on developing attitudes, expectations and behaviours.

  • How pornography is shaping relationships and sexuality

  • Gender based violence

  • Education to support children and young people

  • Resource recommendations and ongoing support

 

Workshop Duration: 90 mins (Suitable for Year 10-12 Students)

THIS IS WHAT STUDENTS SAY ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP

"Wish schools taught this more. Like how she got to tell us as it is true. We don't get taught the importance, impacting on topics such as porn. Straight to the point, liked how facts backed up her information."