Why should we speak about porn’s effects at school?

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Why should we speak about porn’s effects at school?

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Fight the New Drug’s Clay Olsen answers the question “Why should we speak about porn’s effects at school?”

Pornography is not just a moral issue, it is a public health issue. Just like any other public health issue is taught in schools, for instance drug addictions where we have resources and curriculums in place to educate students about the implications of taking drugs, the same approach needs to be taken with porn.

Students need encouragement to rally behind the issue and support one another because right now that’s not the conversation that’s happening about porn in schools.

Clay Olsen is from Fight the New Drug, an organisation that works with students in schools across the USA to educate them about porn and encourage them to take a stand.

By | 2016-10-14T11:11:24+00:00 May 10th, 2013|Parents, REDMinutes, REDMinutes Parents, Videos|0 Comments

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Luke Gibbons
Luke Gibbons is a volunteer with Guilty Pleasure. Luke's struggle with pornography and sex chatting eventually led him to open up to two friends who supported him in seeking professional help and going to rehab, beginning his recovery journey. Luke knows first hand how avoiding this topic and keeping a struggle with porn in the dark can disrupt friendships and destroy someone's character, but he also knows the hope and restoration that comes withe a life free from porn. You can read more of Luke's story right here.

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