And when it comes to online safety, parents need to be prepared for several different conversations. Here are threeeasy role plays that will empower your kids to reject pornography.
(We created these role plays for the May 2014 End Sexual Exploitation Summit in D.C. I was honored to be in a panel with Jan Garbett, founder of EPIK, Jennie Bishop, founder of PurityWorks, moderated by Vauna Davis, Executive Director of UCAP.)
Role Play #1:Initiating an introductory discussion about pornographyScenario: You and your child are looking at a family pictures in an album or on your social media network of choice.
- Cue 1: “These are fun photos of people we love, but do you know there are also very inappropriate pictures on the Internet called pornography? Pornography means disrespectful pictures, videos or even…
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