Pornography & Sexually Explicit Media

Activities on this topic have been developed to provide participants with factual information to combat the myths that pornography propagates and a safe framework for participants to ask questions and express concerns. There is a clear need to discuss sexually explicit media if we are to truly support young people’s healthy sexual development and teach them about healthy and safe relationships. Young people can accidentally encounter sexually explicit material online or they can actively seek it out, either way it can be difficult for them to separate what they see with what is normal, healthy and right for them in the real world. Some young people can develop serious self-image or psycho-sexual issues as a direct result of what they have seen online.

During workshops on this topic, participants will:

Age 6 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Learn what films, programmes and online content they should and shouldn’t be watching and in addition, who to tell if someone encourages them to watch inappropriate content (this is a grooming tactic)

Age 12 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Learn for safe ways to access information about relationships and sex
  • Examine the difference between media and real world representations of sex and gender stereotypes
  • Examine the unrealistic portrayal of male and female sexuality propagated by pornography
  • See illustrations of real life breasts/vulva/penises to combat the unrealistic body expectations propagated by pornography

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Pornography & Sexually Explicit Media

Activities on this topic have been developed to provide participants with factual information to combat the myths that pornography propagates and a safe framework for participants to ask questions and express concerns. There is a clear need to discuss sexually explicit media if we are to truly support young people’s healthy sexual development and teach them about healthy and safe relationships. Young people can accidentally encounter sexually explicit material online or they can actively seek it out, either way it can be difficult for them to separate what they see with what is normal, healthy and right for them in the real world. Some young people can develop serious self-image or psycho-sexual issues as a direct result of what they have seen online.

During workshops on this topic, participants will:

Age 6 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Learn what films, programmes and online content they should and shouldn’t be watching and in addition, who to tell if someone encourages them to watch inappropriate content (this is a grooming tactic)

Age 12 upwards (as appropriate)

  • Learn for safe ways to access information about relationships and sex
  • Examine the difference between media and real world representations of sex and gender stereotypes
  • Examine the unrealistic portrayal of male and female sexuality propagated by pornography
  • See illustrations of real life breasts/vulva/penises to combat the unrealistic body expectations propagated by pornography

Related Workshops

Sex

Healthy Relationships

Pleasure

Get In Touch.

We'd love to hear from you! Just fill out the form below and we'll get back to you 🙂

Email: enquiries@tailorsre.org.uk

Tel: 020 3289 8812

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? 2017 Tailor SRE.