Register for Webinar online at bit.ly/fantasyorreality
September,13, noon EDT OR September 22, 9pm EDT
This webinar is an in-depth look at the fantasies of pornography that drive purchasers and lure victims into sex trafficking. It will empower faith communities to integrate strategic action plans to educate and protect children and families.
“To have any hope of prevention we have to recognize the fantasy.”
Fantasy or Reality: Driving demand. What is pornography? Who are the purchasers? Do purchasers of pornography understand that they are being sold a fantasy? They are buying a real person and paying to exploit that person. Learn how every click for pornography drives the market for more supply, more trafficked women and children for sex.
Fantasy or Reality: Luring victims. Who are the women and children portrayed in pornographic images and videos? Learn about the role that fantasy vs. reality plays in their victimization. Discover what increases victims’ vulnerability.
A survivor’s story of reality vs. fantasy
Empowering Faith Communities to Prevent & Protect: Reality means teaching Truth. Our faith community leaders can fight pornography by dispelling the fantasy, teaching the difference between prostitution and sex trafficking. We can also teach the harm of the fantasy. Our communities can and must learn how to prevent and protect our sons and daughters.
Presenter: Sandra Morgan, RN, PhD
Dr. Morgan’s expertise on human trafficking is recognized globally. As the Director of Vanguard University’s Global Center for Women and Justice (GCWJ), she works to extend global impact and build capacity for research, education and advocacy directly related to the exploitation of women and children. She served as Administrator of the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF) for nearly three years. As a Pediatric nurse, her first sex trafficking victim was a l4 year old boy.
She has presented on Commercial Sexual Exploitation of children (CSEC) to the Orange County Grand Jury, California Juvenile Justice Commission, at universities, conferences, and law enforcement and healthcare provider trainings. She currently serves on Foreign Affairs Chair Congressman Ed Royce’s Anti-Human Trafficking Advisory Committee as well as on the steering committee for the Faith Alliance against Slavery and Trafficking (FAAST).