As educators, we know it can be challenging to find engaging, effective, and age-appropriate education to discuss sensitive topics like sexual exploitation. Our SEE presentations are designed to fill this gap.
They can be provided in person or virtual, to any sized group, and anywhere.
This presentation discusses the root causes to online exploitation by looking at how various internet dynamics play a role in vulnerability and susceptibility. Students will learn about the 3 types of online exploiters and their different grooming tactics, as well as defining a predator by their behaviours rather than a stereotype.
Other topics covered include sextortion, current exploitation trends, sexting and the law, online permanency, and peer responsibility.
This is no regular consent talk!
Consent as a life skill. It is tangible, desirable, and natural. Students will understand the foundational elements of what constitutes consent (both in person and digitally), how to practice it, how to gracefully accept rejection, and the empowerment to be an active bystander. Coercion, peer pressure, and sexting are also discussed. This is done through light hearted games, activities, and multimedia.
Students will be guided through understanding consent, boundaries, and healthy behaviours. These concepts will be woven throughout various forms of sexual exploitation. Topics covered include peer exploitation, sexting, sugar baby behaviours, and digital grooming. Current trends will be analyzed while educating students on the laws from a support based approach. Students will also learn how to incorporate these concepts into the digital space.
90% of human trafficking victims in Canada are Canadian citizens. Taught by an experienced expert, students will learn how trafficking takes on many forms and occurs locally. Grooming tactics, digital trafficking, and sextortion will be discussed with local case examples. An emphasis will be built on addressing the normalization and glamorization of high risk behaviours such as sugar babies and OnlyFans. Students will understand our laws, and critically think about how their actions make an impact.