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Planet Porn

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Comprehensive selection of fun, participatory and evidence based activities and resources to help people to be critical about sex on Planet Porn but also on Planet Earth.

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As well as talking about porn this resource enables conversations around self-esteem, body image, boundaries, pleasure, consent, communication, safer sex, sexual safety, the law, emotions, relationships, gender and sexual diversity and oppression.

What’s in the pack?

The pack contains a number of activities and resources which all come in a pdf and a powerpoint document: so you have the choice to print the resources out or use them as slides to teach with and to move the images around to suit.

Planet Porn Game

A straight forward card discussion game. Take it in turns to decide whether the statement belongs on ‘Planet Earth’ (real life sex) or ‘Planet Porn’ (porn sex) (or somewhere in between the two – which is most likely). Now with 42 cards! Each card has new and improved explanatory notes to aid discussion and learning. Also now easier to print.

Is It Legal, Is It Right?

This activity provides a brief factual analysis of current UK law around porn. It also presents various scenarios relating to porn which may be relevant to many young people, raising various ethical issues around sex tapes, watching porn under age and privacy.

NEW! Sexting Posters, Images and Handouts

Exclusive posters and handouts for you to use in conjunction with the other activities in the pack. Like the Bish Leaflets you can print your own as many times as you like. All the information that young people need to stay safe and make informed decisions (without scary moral panics).

Porn Challenge

This activity challenges people to think of ways to present sexy scenes and images which are safe, consensual, promote equality and diversity and don’t make assumptions about who may be watching porn.

Dear Doctor Love

A problem page activity which explores relationship issues like trust, intimacy, boundaries, safety, jealousy, independence, self-esteem and communication through the medium of problems that a partner of a pornstar or glamour model might face.

NEW! Where Do People See Sexual Images

An activity exploring what we mean by ‘sexual images’, where people see them and what they might see. Great for opening up the conversation and for introducing Planet Porn.

NEW! Summary of the Evidence for Young People and Porn

Summary of the most authoritative reviews and research into exactly how many young people look at porn, what the effects might be and what they do with it.

 

Additional Information

Who is it for?

A unique pack of resources for sex educators, teachers, parents, youth workers or anyone wanting to talk about porn.

What's in the pack?

The pack contains a number of activities and resources which all come in a pdf and a powerpoint document: so you have the choice to print the resources out or use them as slides to teach with and to move the images around to suit.

Planet Porn Game

A straight forward card discussion game. Take it in turns to decide whether the statement belongs on ‘Planet Earth’ (real life sex) or ‘Planet Porn’ (porn sex) (or somewhere in between the two – which is most likely). Now with 42 cards! Each card has new and improved explanatory notes to aid discussion and learning. Also now easier to print.

Is It Legal, Is It Right?

This activity provides a brief factual analysis of current UK law around porn. It also presents various scenarios relating to porn which may be relevant to many young people, raising various ethical issues around sex tapes, watching porn under age and privacy.

NEW! Sexting Posters, Images and Handouts

Exclusive posters and handouts for you to use in conjunction with the other activities in the pack. Like the Bish Leaflets you can print your own as many times as you like. All the information that young people need to stay safe and make informed decisions (without scary moral panics).

Porn Challenge

This activity challenges people to think of ways to present sexy scenes and images which are safe, consensual, promote equality and diversity and don’t make assumptions about who may be watching porn.

Dear Doctor Love

A problem page activity which explores relationship issues like trust, intimacy, boundaries, safety, jealousy, independence, self-esteem and communication through the medium of problems that a partner of a pornstar or glamour model might face.

NEW! Where Do People See Sexual Images

An activity exploring what we mean by ‘sexual images’, where people see them and what they might see. Great for opening up the conversation and for introducing Planet Porn.

NEW! Summary of the Evidence for Young People and Porn

Summary of the most authoritative reviews and research into exactly how many young people look at porn, what the effects might be and what they do with it.