Chapter Six Resources

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Chapter 6.1: To Use, or Not to Use?

Chapter 6.2: To Use, or Not to Use?

Chapter 6.3 (Girls): Male and Female Differences

Chapter 6.3 (Guys): Male and Female Differences

Chapter 6.4 (Girls): The Gift of Our Sexuality

Chapter 6.4 (Guys): The Gift of Our Sexuality

Lesson Plans

Chapter 6.3 and 6.4 (Girls)

Chapter 6.3 and 6.4 (Boys)

Supplemental Curriculum Overview

Supplemental Curriculum Ch. 6

Videos

The following videos are utilized during this chapter

6.3 (Boys and Girls): Dr. Leonard Sax on Gender Differences

6.3 (Boys and Girls): Understanding Man and Woman (Humanum Series)

6.4 (Boys): Philip Rivers: Honor and Respect at the Center of Every Relationship

6.4 (Boys): Jason Evert on Pornography

6.4 (Girls): Crystalina Evert’s “Letter to Women”

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4 thoughts on “Chapter Six Resources

  1. Possible resources for the boys-only sessions: actor/former NFL player Terry Crews speaks candidly about his personal experience overcoming pornography addiction. Crews posted three videos to his Facebook page on the subject, and CNN did an article on it. All those are below.

    CNN article:
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/24/entertainment/terry-crews-porn-addition-feat/?iid=ob_lockedrail_topeditorial&iref=obnetwork

    Terry Crews Facebook video page: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret,” Feb 2016, 5:19 – damage: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret Part 2,” Feb 2016, 8:00 – message to women: “Be fearless;” message to men: “Be more accountable”: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret Part 3,” Feb 2016. 11:00 – starting about 5:00, all men desire intimacy, but porn is an intimacy killer; like drinking ocean water when thirsty; about 8:00, says “b***h”
    about 9:00 – you don’t need sex; it’s like electricity – you can harness it and use it in the right time and place and it will bless you, or it can shock your relationship
    : https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

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  2. Another potential resource for sharing with young men about pornography: actor/former NFL player Terry Crews opened up about his own experience with pornography addiction in creating a series of short videos that he posted on his Facebook page in February of 2016. CNN wrote an article about his videos and the responses he was getting to them. You might choose to share the article and/or one or more of the videos.

    CNN article:
    http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/24/entertainment/terry-crews-porn-addition-feat/?iid=ob_lockedrail_topeditorial&iref=obnetwork

    Terry Crews Facebook video page: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret,” Feb 2016, 5:19 – damage: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret Part 2,” Feb 2016, 8:00 – message to women: “Be fearless;” message to men: “Be more accountable”: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

    “Dirty Little Secret Part 3,” Feb 2016. 11:00 – starting about 5:00, all men desire intimacy, but porn is an intimacy killer; like drinking ocean water when thirsty; MUST NOT SHOW WHOLE VIDEO, as at about 8:00 he says “b***h”: https://www.facebook.com/realterrycrews/videos

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  3. Another potential resource for discussing modesty with young women (to show or just for you): fashion designer, actor, and speaker Jessica Rey speaks on the evolution of the swimsuit. Most helpful starts at 3:59 when she shares on a Princeton study finding that when men view images of women in little clothing, the area of the brain that lights up is that which engages when viewing tools like screwdrivers and hammers, and the part which lights up when thinking about another person’s thoughts or emotions has little to no response. She shares a separate Princeton study that also concluded that men viewing women in bikinis see them as objects (based on associated first- or third-person verbs). She goes on to discuss misconceptions about modesty and her own experience that led to her designing modest and fashionable swimsuits, taking always classy Audrey Hepburn as her inspiration.

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