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Why Kids "Hire" Porn: 5 Better Options to Protect & Preempt

A talk by Kristen A. Jenson, M.A. (USA)
CEO and Best-Selling Author, Protect Young Minds

July 22, 2020, 01:00 PM

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Children who are taught to recognize pornography, report exposure, and reject porn’s harmful messages are safer from sexual exploitation of all kinds. Adult predators use pornography to desensitize victims and normalize sexual behavior between adults and children. When children report exposure to pornography, potential abusers can be identified earlier, thus decreasing opportunities for further abuse. The fact that pornography is used to groom children is well established, but pornography has become a perpetrator itself--fueling a disturbing rise in child on child harmful sexual behavior.

Children who learn and practice porn refusal skills will be less likely to view pornography and reenact sexual acts on more vulnerable children. They will also learn to reject the self-objectification of sexting and avoid the traps of sextortion.

Participants will leave with research linking pornography with child sexual abuse; age appropriate messages to teach children about pornography; and resources to help children develop porn-refusal skills.

Three Objectives for Continuing Education Credits

  1. The audience will recognize three ways pornography fuels child abuse and the research which links pornography and child abuse.

  2. The audience will learn how children who reject pornography are at lower risk for perpetrating harmful sexual behavior on other children.

  3. The audience will learn age appropriate strategies for teaching children porn-refusal skills so they can stay safer from sexual abuse.

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Kristen A. Jenson, M.A. (USA)

Kristen A. Jenson, M.A. is the best-selling author of the Good Pictures Bad Pictures children's books and CEO of Glen Cove Press, LLC. She founded Protect Young Minds, a community of tens of thousands of parents and professionals, with millions of monthly website visitors.

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