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The porn landscape has changed dramatically for young people over the last five years shaping youth sexual culture in new and diverse ways.
Porn has become a primary sex educator for young people (7,19), influencing youth sexual culture in new ways – and youth health services are starting to see a range of porn related issues in the workplace.
It’s important health professionals are equipped to be part of the porn conversation with young people in Aotearoa. This looks like… having porn knowledge and skills; being equipped with tools to assess porn related wellbeing issues; having healthy porn conversations and incorporating porn into existing workplace frameworks and practices; and helping build porn literacy in young people.
We’ve put together some resources …
to assist health professionals in the workplace. If your team would like some training or workforce development, please feel free to contact us HERE. Thanks for being part of the conversation!
Porn: The Facts for Adults
Great Sex vs
Porn talks with youth
Can porn affect us?
Porn: The Facts for Youth
Porn Wellbeing Assessment Tool(In development to be released in December 2021)
A simple tool for youth professionals that explores the unique context of a young person’s porn engagement (consumption, content, context, circumstances, concerns and care) to help assess any impacts on wellbeing and identify if support is needed.
PORN AND HEEADSSS(In development to be released in December 2021)
The HEEADSSS assessment model with some key porn questions.
P.O.R.N Porn Literacy tool(In development to be released in December 2021)
A simple Porn Literacy Tool that uses Socratic questioning to draw our young people’s ideas and understandings of porn through an ethic lens.
Please note: we acknowledge these resources may not meet all the specific needs of some cultural or religious groups and/or sexual or gender diverse communities in New Zealand. Please feel free to tailor these resources to meet the unique needs of the communities you work with or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if there are other specific resources you think could be helpful.