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Sex and Tech

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Emma Millson Taylor

on 3 February 2017

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Transcript of Sex and Tech

Pornography; what is it?
noun por·nog·ra·phy \-fē\

1: printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic feelings
Depiction vs reality
Sexting;
what is it?
noun sex·ting \ˈsek-stiŋ\

1: sending and receiving sexual messages over some form of technology (ex: cell phone, webcam, app or website). Sexts can involve words, videos or photos
Sexting and the law
Section 163.1 of the Canadian Criminal Code: Sexual pictures or videos of people under 18 years old, or who look like they are under 18 years old, are
child pornography
.

It is against the law in Canada to send sexual pictures or videos of anyone who is, or appears to be, under 18 years old. This includes taking and sending sexual pictures or videos of yourself.
What's real?
SEX and TECH: Pornography, Sexting and Sexual Relationships.
By: Emma Millson Taylor - Public Health Nurse

Consent:
The law is more likely to get involved when images or videos are shared, forwarded, posted (distributed) without the permission or consent of the person in them.
Control:
Once a digital image is created, it is almost impossible to control what happens to that image.
Think before you sext
3 words to remember
- Reality -
- Consent -
- Control -
Tell a trusted adult immediately if...
1) an adult or someone in a position of power or authority (like an auntie/uncle or coach) sent you a sexual message

2) the photo/video depicts sexual or physical abuse or assault
Adults you trust could be:
family member, teacher, counselor, principal, nurse, doctor, RCMP officer, lawyer...
Safer sexting
1) Never share, send, post, or forward a sexual image or video of another person. Even if you have their consent.

2) Delete sexual images or videos of yourself and others off of your phone, computer, cloud, and all other devices.
Pic'd
http://www.kidshelpphone.ca/Teens/YourSpace/Picd.aspx
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