Why we need to talk about porn

Family Coach Jo Batts sat down and watched this TEDxChristchurch talk by one of our amazing contributors, Jo Robertson. 
“With one in four children being exposed to online porn by the age of twelve or younger, we must know what they’re seeing—and it’s critical we talk to them about it.”
Jo Robertson is a sex therapist who researches porn. In this gut-wrenching and unflinching talk, she explains the new porn landscape, the potential impacts on our kids, and how to get past the awkwardness and have the healthy conversations we need to have.

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Warning: This video contains explicit and descriptive accounts of pornographic and sexual material. 

 

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Jo Batts

For Jo, relationships are at the heart of whānau. Jo is our Family, Relationships and Marriage coach at Parenting Place working with family, sibling and relational dynamics. She’s a counsellor, a strengths coach, a parent, a partner, and the leader of our relationships and marriage programme. Jo's down-to-earth approach helps people to develop the practical tools to build healthy relationships for everyday life.

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