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#SASHevent2013 Coventry Uni Porn - Sexting presentation

Please make use of all these notes/links from my session today at the #SASHevent2013 Conference looking at the topic "Let’s talk about porn"

Firstly my presentation





Documents

Sheffield Centre for HIV and Sexual Healthwith Brook, FPA, The National Youth Agency

People and Pornography - A Briefing for Workers

NSPCC sexting study

Summary report of the qualitative study
Full report of the qualitative study 


McAfee The Digital Divide: How the Online Behavior of Teens is Getting Past Parents 
Digital Divide

BBC Newsbeat Survey 
Men worried about Porn



Sex Education Vs Pornography statistics taken from show episodes, they are currently unavailable but you can find useful stuff at their sexperince website 

Youtube clip from Friends episode about the need to turn off the porn



Books
I may not agree with everything in these books but they have some interesting bits.


Wired for Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks the Male Brain 
William M. Struthers 

Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality
Gail Dines

Virtually You: The dangerous Power of the E-personality

Elias Aboujaoude 

You can read more about the results of the first time I taught this lesson to a year group, here. I hope you find these sources helpful and if you attended the conference, please let me know what you thought of my session in the comments.






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  1. Awesome. Well done. Thank you for sharing! Mind if I link it to my blog about porn and masturbation?

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    1. I'm very happy for you to link to this is you want. It was a great conference. meet loads of people. keeping my eye out for other good events to attend

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