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Culture Reframed | Winter 2016 Newsletter
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Culture Reframed: Solving the Public Health Crisis of the Digital Age
Culture Reframed | Winter 2016 Newsletter
 

Happy Holidays! We are wrapping up a productive year, and while there is so much to report, we’ve selected a few highlights, initiatives, and resources to share with you before heading into 2017. Cultured Reframed (CR) is the first health promotion nonprofit organization to recognize and address pornography as the public health crisis of the digital age, and we could not do it without the generous support of our donors. Thank you to those who have given to us in the past and to those who are considering giving to us as we continue leading the charge to reclaim healthy sexuality and respect in all relationships.

In health and happiness,
Your friends & advocates at Culture Reframed

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Dr. Gail Dines, Founder & President of CR, Gives Powerful Presentation at American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Conference

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Dr. Gail Dines, Founder & President of Culture Reframed, gave a presentation called, "Media’s Impact on Youth Sexuality" at a plenary session at the annual conference of the American Academy of Pediatrics in San Francisco in October. She discussed the harms of both a hypersexualized pop culture and pornography on the cognitive, emotional, and social development of youth, and ended by introducing the audience to the programs Culture Reframed is developing to build resilience and resistance in youth to porn culture. Watch presentation here.

Culture Reframed Receives Generous Grant to Fund Programs 

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Culture Reframed was awarded a grant of $100,000 from the JIB Fund Community Building Initiative. Culture Reframed will use the money to continue building two programs designed to equip parents and health professionals with the education and tools needed to mobilize treatment, research, and prevention across families, communities, and institutions. 

CR's Founder Speaks to 'Why Porn is a Public Health Crisis' in Op-Ed

Washington Post Op-ed
“It was not that long ago that domestic violence (DV) was seen as a private family issue, rather than a public health problem of enormous magnitude that has myriad effects on the social, psychological, economic and, of course, collective health of society at large. We have now reached a similar tipping point with pornography. As the evidence on the harms of pornography piles up, it has become clear that we can no longer sit back and allow the porn industry to hijack the sexual and emotional well-being of our culture." Read entire article.

Dr. Gail Dines Gives Keynote Speech at Breaking Free's 20 Year Anniversary Gala

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Culture Reframed Founder & President, Dr. Gail Dines, was invited to be the Keynote Speaker at Breaking Free’s 20 Year Anniversary Gala last month in St. Paul, Minnesota. Founded by Vednita Carter, one of the first women to start a live-in exit program for prostituted women, Breaking Free is known throughout the United States and the world for bringing to light the realities of sex trafficking and prostitution. The Gala celebrated 20 years of survivor-led advocacy services for over 7,500 women seeking to get out of sex trafficking and prostitution. Breaking Free’s website.

Interview on Boston Public Radio About Latest Utah Legislation

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CR’s founder, Dr. Gail Dines, was interviewed on Boston Public Radio earlier this year, after Utah’s governor, Gary Herbert, signed two pieces of legislation aimed at addressing pornography as a public health crisis, similar to alcohol and tobacco. Dr. Dines weighs in on that decision, with her expertise as a 30-year veteran researcher and educator on the effects of porn and what is needed to address the crisis. Listen here.

CR's Global Impact Reaches Audiences in Sweden with Screening of Movie, "Pornland" 

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The documentary, "Pornland: How the Porn Industry has Hijacked our Culture," based on Gail Dines’ book, is being shown in the Swedish Parliament and across Sweden to open up a discussion about the effects of porn and how to develop a country-wide public health approach to combating the harms. Feminist organizations across Sweden are hosting screenings. Culture Reframed has developed strong ties with Swedish feminist groups in recent years and has presented workshops and lectures in numerous cities across Sweden. Pornland, the movie.

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