Porn Resilient Kids equips families for tricky conversations. Porn Resilient Kids publishes children’s books and directs parents and carers to exceptional resources to increase conversations about pornography in your home.

Books include Milly’s Message: protecting kids online written for ages 5-10, and Hamish and the Shadow Secret for kids aged 8-12.

FROM THE CREATOR OF PORN RESILIENT KIDS

The creator of Porn Resilient Kids is Liz Walker of Youth Wellbeing Project – supporting schools and community with holistic education to counteract hypersexualised culture.

Youth Wellbeing Project provides:

  • STUDENT PRESENTATIONS
  • LEADERS & TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • PARENTS & CAREGIVERS WORKSHOPS
  • SCHOOL CURRICULUM

An initiative of Youth Wellbeing Project, IQ PROGRAMS are a whole-school educational package designed to equip kids & youth to confidently navigate hypersexualised culture and other 21st century challenges.

COMPASS IQ and AGENCY IQ are signature programs within the IQ package, designed to safeguard kids and youth in the online and physical environments. GROWTH IQ and SUSTAIN IQ focus on personal development, relationships and holistic sexuality education – foundational skills essential for personal and relational wellbeing.

EACH IQ PROGRAM contains sequenced units that are comprised of 2-3 lesson clusters. Each unit targets topics in a way that is inclusive, current and age-appropriate.

Youth Wellbeing Project

Supporting schools and community with holistic education to counteract hypersexualised culture.

IQ PROGRAMS

Equipping educators for tricky conversations.

Liz Walker Presents

Learn more about Liz’s involvement in other culture-shifting initiatives that respond to pornography harms on children & young people.

About Liz Walker

An exceptional communicator and passionate advocate for children and young people, Liz holds three separate yet complementary roles. Director of Health Education at Culture Reframed: the global lead in solving the public health crisis of the digital age; Deputy Chair of the Australian registered health promotion charity eChildhood: dedicated to mobilising responses that reduce the harmful effects of pornography on children and young people; and Managing Director of Youth Wellbeing Project: providing holistic relationships & sexuality education to prevent sexual harms, enhance children and young people’s relationships, and build resilience to porn culture. Well connected internationally, Liz regularly provides consultancy to government, non-profit, and professional organisations.

Liz’s “why”

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 a 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. At the time however, I thought that I would get into trouble if I talked 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 very best thing I could have done.

Fast forward to today and troubling images can be found just about everywhere – far more graphic and harmful than what I encountered. Unfortunately, children of all ages can now be potentially exposed to hardcore, graphic porn on the Internet at the click of a button – images that their eyes were never meant to see.

My hope is that mums, dads, teachers, carers and safe grown ups everywhere will become more aware of online dangers and the impact that unsafe images have on our children’s lives. And that parents would speak with their kids BEFORE they see internet porn, so that they have the skills to know how to respond.

Not for Kids! and Hamish and the Shadow Secret have been written to inspire and facilitate educated and healthy conversation about online pornography.

The goal – to empower kids to take charge of troubling images, teach them to listen to their inner voice that helps them make safer and more positive choices, and reach out and speak with a trusted adult.

Watch the video below to learn more about my journey.