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The Problem with Porn Literacy and How to Change the Narrative

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Porn literacy typically aims to help (young) people interpret and make sense of sexually explicit content through the lens of values, consent, violence awareness prevention, and gender roles. This approach is delivered by everyone from sexuality educators, academics, and health teachers, through to pro-porn supporters, and often fails to acknowledge the systemic harms of pornography on society.

As an alternative, Critical Porn Analysis provides an educational response to the researched harms of pornography as a public health crisis. It 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. This presentation will discuss the shortfalls of Porn Literacy, and unpack the importance of broadening the lens to equip educators, decision-makers, and community with a greater understanding of the scope of pornography impacts.

Takeaway Ideas:

The issue of whether pornography constitutes a "public health crisis" is hotly contested. Attendees will gain a greater level of confidence to articulate why pornography meets this criteria, and be better informed to engage their spheres of influence for change.

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Liz Walker (Australia)

Dedicated to culture-shifting initiatives that respond to pornography harms on children & young people

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