The Center for Student Affairs, in collaboration with the I Am S.T.R.O.N.G. – I Keep Love Real program, invites fathers and teenage sons to a conference on pornography with the theme “Usapang Magulang-Anak: Parental Management of Information and the Formation of Today’s Internet Generation.” To be conducted by Australian expert Matt Fradd, it will be held at the Li Seng Giap Auditorium on November 6 (Friday) at 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Matt Fradd offers his audiences a detailed look at the way pornography in sight and sound harms us and offers practical strategies that parents need to implement if they are to protect children and youth from the lies of an over-sexualized culture. A Catholic with a perspective that transcends religion and culture, Matt is highly recommended by well-known chastity speaker, Jason Evert.
The talk would mainly hit parents and other educators at the core of their key parenting challenge considering the two phenomena of pornography and social media. Part of the conference will be a moderated panel of UA&P young alumni professionals and older students on how they manage effectively the onslaught of social media, and help others to do the same.
The conference will be a way to understand integrally the phenomenon of pornography in various modes, with focus on human sexuality and romantic relationships. This is particularly useful to the Philippines, which is among the top countries in terms of mobile users and child pornography producers.
Tickets are Php300 for fathers and Php100 for sons. For inquiries, contact Mr. Rene Ledesma at 637-0912 local 267 or Ms. Maricar Ledesma at local 288.
More information on the subject of pornography and its effects is available here.
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