Carol Conklin, LCSW-R
President & Founder
iOPPOSE, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization created to promote prevention of sexual abuse and other forms of sexual exploitation by educating the public regarding healthy sexuality, the nature and effects of media and culture on normal sexual development, and the nature, causes and prevention of sexually exploitative, addictive, or abusive behaviors. IOPPOSE will helps to reduce the incidence of sexual exploitation and abuse in our society for the benefit of the community as a whole.
Promote prevention We will increase public awareness about the negative effects of early sexualization on our youth, and equip parents and other concerned adults with the training and tools needed for early intervention and prevention strategies.
iOppose is a nonprofit organization promoting prevention of sexual exploitation of children and adolescents. We will be agents of change by restoring the value of innocence and natural and healthy sexual development.
We stand firm for necessary change to benefit current and future generations.
Cultivate a society that supports children and adolescents, by adults protecting them from those who would want to take their innocence.
Educate adults on how to recognize the risk factors and safety measures necessary to mediate the incidences of child molestation, sexual abuse, child pornography and domestic violence.
Increase public awareness and understanding of healthy sexuality, and the possible progression to sexual addictive behavior, which can leas to sexual offending.
Create opportunities to reduce the stigma and shame that surrounds deviant sexual interest and build a supportive culture that allows those struggling to reach out for help before thoughts have become behaviors.
Inform the public about the impact of a sexualized media and culture on normal sexual development, and how early sexualization of adolescents and children can set them up for being victimized or exploiting others
Hold the sexualized media and related industries responsible for the funding of sex addiction recovery, and support programs for those who have been victimized, directly or indirectly, by the abuse of sexual trust.
WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!
For more information on iOppose please call 716.883.6718 or visit www.ioppose.org