Parents ask their top questions about preparing children and teens to reject the lies of pornography and how to teach the truth of human dignity and healthy sexuality.

This session was part of the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City on April 18, 2015.

Kristen Jenson
Kristen grew up wanting to write a children’s book on the dangers of pornography. OK, that’s a stretch! But it became her passion after she received a late-night phone call from a traumatized mother dealing with the consequences of her porn-addicted son. That’s when she linked arms with Dr. Gail Poyner and spent the next three years writing the Amazon #1 best-selling book, Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids. Since then, Kristen has become a frequent speaker and guest on podcasts, webinars and radio broadcasts and is a member of the National Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Prevention Task Force. She actively blogs at PornProofKids.org, where she helps parents empower their kids to reject pornography. Kristen is the mother of three (really great) kids and lives with her (really supportive) husband and (extremely cute) doggie in the beautiful state of Washington.

Dina Alexander
Dina Alexander is the founder and president of Educate and Empower Kids. She received her master’s degree in recreation therapy from the University of Utah. She has taught in various capacities for the past 17 years, including marriage enhancement, art for young children, and group fitness. She has worked with teenage girls in a residential treatment setting, adults with drug addictions, and special needs children. She was raised in the Los Angeles area and currently lives in Albuquerque, NM with her husband and three children.

Clay Olsen
Clay Olsen is a passionate filmmaker, marketer, and entrepreneur born and raised in Northern Utah. Over the years he’s been a part of starting several successful companies ranging from film, advertising, interior design, and nonprofits. He finds the most fulfillment in helping others, which is why he left a growing company and co-founded Fight the New Drug with a few like-minded friends. Since then they’ve been featured on ABC Nightline, ABC News, CNN, and the Dr. Drew Show. Clay has presented to nearly 150 schools and tens of thousands of teens all over the country. He believes education is the most powerful weapon to combat the influence of pornography in our society.

 

 

 

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