This presentation was given at the 2018 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Global Summit hosted by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. (EndExploitationSummit.com)
President, Family Watch International
This presentation will cover topics concerning the global agenda to sexualize children through the schools and how it plays out in U.S. schools. Topics include pornographic materials used as comprehensive sex education, obscenity exemption laws for science and education, and children accessing pornographic websites, library books, and cell phone apps under the guise of sex education. This presentation will show how these occurrences grooms children for early sexualization and sexual exploitation. The conclusion of this presentation will highlight The Toxic Ten List of entities sexualizing children, and action steps everyone can do to protect children from this agenda.
Sharon Slater is the president of Family Watch International (FamilyWatch.org), a nonprofit organization in consultative status with the United Nations. She also chairs the UN Family Rights Caucus (UNFamilyRightsCaucus.org) and is a consultant to multiple UN member states on human sexuality issues. Sharon co-chairs the Protect Child Health Coalition, a US-focused alliance that works to protect children from being exposed to graphic and obscene materials in schools. She writes a regular column for “The Family Watch” an online publication read in over 170 countries and she has authored numerous policy briefs on family issues. Sharon is a renowned speaker having presented at many international conferences around the world and she is the director of widely acclaimed documentaries including: The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda (See StopCSE.org) and Porn Pandemic: The Devastating Impacts on Children, Family, and Society (See Pornpandemic.org). Sharon founded and chairs the “Families for Orphans” project (See FamiliesforOrphans.org) and is an advocate for international and domestic adoption. Sharon was selected by American Mothers, Inc. in 2007 to be the Arizona Mother of the Year and she her husband Greg have seven children including three siblings orphaned by HIV/AIDS whom they adopted from Mozambique.