Your children have questions.
Will they go to you for the answers?
Lily offers the most wonderful forum for parents and community to get down to the nitty gritty, awkward, most-often-avoided subject of sex, gender, intimacy and relationships and how to engage in meaningful, ongoing conversations with our children as they mature.
With thoroughly researched material, skilful sensitivity and a healthy sense of humour, she creates a safe respectful arena in which to ask any and all questions you might have.
She empowers the participants to be self-referenced, authentic, honest and appropriate to the moment. She addresses the increasing challenges of inappropriate early exposure to sexuality through social media, a hyper-sexualised image-conscious culture and the influence of alcohol, drugs and the pressure of peers to ‘belong’.
This kind of forum is so desperately needed to create a healthy culture of openness, trust, curiosity and informed consent and I highly recommend Lily’s work to any parents and educators looking for practical platform to begin.Nirado Griffin
Our teenagers are struggling in a hyper-sexualisied,
bewildering, digitally enhanced relationship landscape like never before.
In an age where information is so readily accessible,
our young people have more questions, and less trusted places to go to for answers.
As a parent it is very easy to feel overwhelmed
by the number of issues facing our young people
as they navigate their way in relationships, love & sex.
As a parent It is easy to feel powerless in the face of
porn, social media & peer pressure.
But now, more than ever, we need to be there for them
We need to be the ones they turn to.
We need to be their source of information
We need to have the Courageous Conversations.
This Forum is part of an ESSENTIAL conversation we need to be having with our children regarding their sexuality.
Consider, do you want to be the one to share with them about healthy sexuality or do you want them to get it from the internet?
Learn how to be the person your child turns to…
Attend a free 30 minute online forum that looks into current trends in education and how, as a parent, you can play a key role in educating your child about sex, love & self esteem.
Why it is never too early to start the conversation
Waiting until your child hits high school to start this conversation is too late. Messages of body positivity, consent, informed decision making & relationship skills can be shared from the time your child is born.
Percentage of young people who have had, or are engaging in sex
- Year 10 students 25%
- Year 11 students 33%
- Year 12 students 50%
of students surveyed use porn to fill in the gaps in the sex ed they receive at school
of children have viewed online porn by age 16
of young women aged under 21 have had an unwanted sexual experience