Our work through Porn Resilient Kids supports the prevention of online porn harm through educational books, curricula and workshops. Importantly, Porn Resilient Kids books include:

FROM THE CREATOR OF PORN RESILIENT KIDS

Our work through Porn Resilient Kids is a Youth Wellbeing Project initiative under the direction of Liz Walker. In her role as an educator and advocate, Liz responds to online porn harm. Above all, she is dedicated to culture-shifting initiatives that equip children & young people.

Youth Wellbeing Project

Promoting safe & healthy relationships free from tech & sexualised harms through research-based education.

Our work through Youth Wellbeing Project provides student presentations, professional development, parent and caregivers workshops, and an education curriculum.

Liz Walker Presents

You can learn more about Liz’s involvement in other culture-shifting initiatives that respond to online porn harm on her personal website.

Liz’s Story

When I was six years old, I was shown a porn magazine with page after page of graphic sexual images. The scenes swirled around in my mind and gave me the wrong idea about sexual behaviours, relationships, and even myself. I often wonder if things would have been different for me if, as a six-year-old, I had talked to a trusted adult and asked for help. However, I thought I would get into trouble if I spoke with someone. I wasn’t even sure anyone would listen or understand. How very wrong I was. As it turns out, asking for help would have been the best thing I could have done.

Today, troubling content can be found everywhere – far more explicit and harmful than I encountered. Unfortunately, children of all ages are exposed to hardcore, online graphic porn at the click of a button – images that their eyes were never meant to see.

It’s up to mums, dads, teachers, carers, and safe grown-ups to be more aware of online dangers and the impact of unsafe images on our kids’ lives. Most importantly, families need to speak with their kids BEFORE they see online porn. It’s critical that they have the skills to know how to respond.

Our books and curriculum are written to inspire and facilitate educated conversations about online pornography. It’s up to us to empower kids to take charge of disturbing images. We can give them the confidence to speak with a trusted adult and stand up against porn culture. Above all, we can teach them to listen to their inner voice to help them make safer and more positive choices.

Watch the video below to learn more about my journey.