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Live Presentations About Porn’s Harms

Understanding Porn’s Impacts

As porn becomes increasingly normalized, education on its well-documented harms becomes increasingly important. Our live presentations provide the information needed to make an educated decision about pornography.

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“WHEN,” NOT “IF.” Most young people today have been exposed to porn by age 13.*

Studies show that most young people today have been exposed to porn by age 13,British Board of Film Classification. (2020). Young people, pornography & age-verification. BBFC. Retrieved from https://www.bbfc.co.uk/about-classification/researchCopy  and a nationally representative survey of U.S. teens shows 84.4% of males and 57% of females ages 14-18 have viewed porn.Wright, P. J., Paul, B., & Herbenick, D. (2021). Preliminary insights from a U.S. probability sample on adolescents’ pornography exposure, media psychology, and sexual aggression. J.Health Commun., 26(1), 39-46. doi:10.1080/10810730.2021.1887980Copy 

AGE-APPROPRIATE AND ENGAGING PRESENTATIONS Middle School to College, Community and Keynote

Fight the New Drug offers age-appropriate and engaging presentations about porn’s harms, customized for each audience that highlights research from respected academic institutions that demonstrates the significant impacts of porn consumption on individuals, relationships, and society.

Middle School/Junior High
High School
Parent/Community
College/University
Keynote

KEY LEARNING OUTCOMES:
How porn impacts the brain
How porn impacts relationships
How porn affects society
Guide to conversations about porn
How to access free resources
Empowered to make educated decisions!
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:

The content that Fight the New Drug presents is spot on! It is all presented in a way that doesn’t promote shame, but rather teaches how watching can lead to addictive decisions and it has a harmful influence on people’s brains, relationships, mental health, and motivations.

PennyOrganization Director

I would highly recommend this program to any middle or high school administrators or teachers looking to educate their students on the dangers of pornography on the developing brain, or simply seeking to better inform students and parents on the importance of maintaining open communication on this topic.

JoeMiddle School Principal

Our school has tried other approaches in addressing the issue of pornography, most of which did not resonate. Fight the New Drug’s presentation had our students laughing, participating, and learning.

HeidiParent

The presentation was awesome. The information was easily broken down, and the presenter did a great job of making people feel comfortable about such an uncomfortable subject.

ShelbyOrganization Leader

FTND’s presentations are engaging and compelling. They provide research-based information in a format and manner that effectively reaches youth. I salute their team and support their efforts to arm those most at risk with vital information about porn.

Jill Manning, Ph.D.Therapist, Researcher & Author

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FAQs

How much does the presentation cost?

Fight the New Drug’s presentation cost varies based on the location and the number of booked presentations. We work diligently to sustain our presentation program while also making these live events as affordable as possible.

There are scholarship options available for qualifying groups to lower or cover the cost of presentations. Fill out the form above for more information to educate your community with presentations about porn’s harms.

What types of schools and organizations do you speak at?

Fight the New Drug speaks to diverse audiences all around the world. As a non-religious and non-legislative organization, we do not present information from a legislative-focused, or religious point of view, and we do not discuss this topic from a moral perspective.

We present to middle schools, junior high schools, and high schools (both private & public) colleges and universities, and communities and organizations from all over the world.

Is the presentation appropriate?

Fight the New Drug’s middle school, high school, and adult presentations on porn’s harms are uniquely crafted to be age-appropriate and engaging for each audience. We do not show or discuss any images, videos, or stories that would be inappropriate for a classroom setting.

How can I get a school in my community to host a presentation by FTND?

If you’d like a school in your community to host a presentation on porn by FTND, we encourage you to share our presentation informational guide with a school or district administrator. Fill out this form to get your presentation guide.