Providing education and resources to end the sexualization of children in dance View this email in your browser DA:NCE Newsletter - SEPTEMBER 2020 2020 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation iSummit connects DA:NCE internationally by Mary
One of the goals of the DA:NCE is to highlight organizations we feel embody healthy dance. We are pleased to present: DANCE 101, located in Tempe, Arizona. DANCE 101 takes great pride in offering quality
‘Cuties’, a new film on Netflix, features hypersexualized 10 & 11year old girls with dance themes that groom youngsters for objectification in childification porn. It also emphasizes racial stereotypes that connect people of color to sexual exploitation. In
by Susan Gingrasso, MA, CMA, LOD Teacher Trainer Associate Director of the LODC What if children had an “alphabet” of movement concepts to explore, experience, and build their understanding of themselves as movers, as creators?
An online Summit? My first one. I’m talking about the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) Summit from July 18-28. Almost 20,000 attendees from countries all over the world. ‘Healthy or Harmful Dance: What Do the
Dance Awareness: No Child Exploited has just released 2 short trailers that summarize the 20 minute film ‘Healthy or Harmful dance: What Do the Experts Say?’ The film is being featured at the 2020 online
The New DA:NCE Powerpoint- Healthy or Harmful: National Experts Talk About Dance. Justice: The quality of being just; fairness; decency; conformity to moral rightness in action or attitude (Dictionary). Informed choices make a
What Do The Experts Say About Hypersexualization:
In 2020, alongside the coronavirus pandemic, the cultural media onslaught continues to give us the message that the hypersexualization of children is normal.
by Kristen A. Jenson, M.A. “The girls come to the set ‘porn-ready’” remarked one pornographer, as he commented on the changes he saw in the performers. Thanks to so much sexual objectification in the media