A mother in Ottawa, Ontario, was dismayed when her daughters saw a man watching ‘something inappropriate’ on a library computer. As it turns out, he was watching hardcore pornography in a very public, high traffic area of the library.
Since online porn is more accessible than it was even ten years ago, it’s important to keep in mind that its effects on our bodies, our brains, and our relationships actually aren’t so hot.
A 12 year-old boy has been charged for sexually assaulting a girl while playing outside in Saskatoon.
Last Friday afternoon, the Standing Committee on Health released the long-awaited results of Motion 47, a report on the public health effects of the ease of access and viewing of online violent and degrading sexually explicit material on men, women, and children. The results were surprising. Of the committee’s four recommendations, three have little or nothing to do with graphic sexual violence on the internet.
The ease of online pornography is resulting in a phenomenon of some people rejecting sex with another person because their arousal and desire is solely linked to what they see on a screen.
Using gentle, age-appropriate messages and calming illustrations, Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr. empowers children with the Turn, Run & Tell plan, a simple 3-step strategy to keep kids safe online.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2016 Media Contact: Dave Knox / email: firstname.lastname@example.org MPs From All Five Parties Join Together to Host a Screening of a Timely Documentary on Pornography A roomful of parliamentarians and senators munched on popcorn as the film started, but the place grew quiet as they learned how easy it is […]