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The damage pornography did to a six-year-old child

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first_imgStuff co.nz 7 February 2016Walker, who is now a respected director of sex education programmes for young people in Australia, warns that there are children whose brains are being rewired by their exposure to porn, whose whole understanding of sex is porn, and who think it is OK to be abusive to women.To facilitate an open conversation between parents and primary school children about explicit images they may have seen, Walker has written a book called Not For Kids! which will be launched at the UNSW Pornography and Harms To Children and Young People seminar on Tuesday.“I know what it’s like as a six-year-old to see stuff and think I’m going to get in trouble if I talk about it,” Walker said.“We already have a generation of kids who view degrading violent sex as the norm – devoid of connection, intimacy and love. If somebody doesn’t speak out soon we are staring down the barrel of tomorrow’s sex offenders and a barrage of intimate partner violence.”The Senate is currently holding an inquiry into the harm being done to Australian children through access to pornography on the Internet.Australian Childhood Foundation chief executive Dr Joe Tucci​ said the easy accessibility of graphic pornography is “creating a generation of children that has a range of problems with sexual behaviour”.Tucci, who will also speak at the UNSW seminar, said children as young as six are being exposed to online porn, either by accident, as part of a grooming process, or by friends or older siblings. “They are too young to understand what it means,” he said.READ MORE: http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/life/76656458/the-damage-pornography-did-to-a-sixyearold-childlast_img read more

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Relax and create through Arts in the Parks program

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first_imgVersailles, In. — Enjoy beautiful scenery while creating works of art through the Arts in the Parks and Historic Sites program, sponsored by the Indiana Arts Commission.The program is designed to draw upon both traditional and non-traditional arts and artists in Indiana and weave arts programming into the natural beauty and rural settings of Indiana. More than 250 projects are taking place across the state this year that encourage the creation of and public engagement with art, as well as the chance to experience Indiana’s state park and state forest system, and its historic sites.“We’re proud of the artistic talent in Indiana,” said Anna Tragesser, IAC artist and community services manager. “These activities are the perfect opportunity for any Hoosier to be creative and inspired by our state’s rich natural and historical places.”Arts programs at Indiana State Parks properties range from a natural dyes workshop at McCormick’s Creek State Park to creating art projects out of recycled materials at Versailles State Park to traditional Miami plant- and food-knowledge hikes at Chain O’Lakes State Park, and crafting music in the trees at Mississinewa and Salamonie lakes.The following events will be held at the Versailles State Park:April 8 Wildflower Photography Workshop from 6 to 8 p.m.April 9 Acrylic Painting with Debi Black from 6 to 8 p.m.April 10 Creating Flora and Fauna using Gum Paste from 6 to 8 p.m.April 11 Bottle Art- Recycled Treasures from 6 to 8 p.m.April 11 Art in Nature IV: Woodturning for the Bees (turning a honey dipper)April 11 Art in Nature IV: Kid’s Mixed Media Recycled Art from 9 to 11 a.m.May 18 Paints in the Parks: The Final Five and Art Exhibit From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.last_img read more

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