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The Porn Conversation at Tech Open Air

Have you had #ThePornTalk yet?

You may remember that last year I launched a non-profit project called The Porn Conversation. Intended as a place for parents to go, I wanted to encourage other parents like myself to start having conversations with their kids about porn. Because kids as young as 9 are stumbling across porn and explicit pop up ads and content. At such a young age, children have been reported to find what they saw of porn as scary, uncomfortable and intimidating – but they are curious human beings like the rest of us, and the violence and chauvinism abundant in mainstream porn won’t stop them from wanting to look at more. That’s why it’s important that we talk to them about the differences between real life, and pornography. We need to make it clear to them that they shouldn’t be expected to behave the same way in the bedroom as they have seen in porn. That women have hair, and curves, and smells, and their own agency and desires. That women can be in charge too. And so much more, so many more things that porn will be teaching our kids, unless we start teaching them the right way first. This subject is becoming more and more relevant everyday, and in fact we were just featured in The New York Times discussing it!

What is The Porn Conversation?

So myself and my husband Pablo popped over to Berlin last year to give this talk at Tech Open Air. The video of the entire talk, plus Q&A, is below! There’s even some role play… I hope you like it!

 

Thank you Tech Open Air!

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