Links to address pornography 

Porn Harms Kids – Addressing the Harms of Children and Young People Accessing Pornography

Documentary: Is free pornography destroying our brains?

Parenting One Click Ahead of Porn – free eBook by Liz Walker

Online Porn: From Childline in the UK, this page is for young people aged 12 and over.

Sex. Relationships. The Internet: From Think U Know in the UK, this site offers practical insight for teens aged 14+.

Porn: what science says: From Think U Know in the UK, this page is for 14+ teens.

It’s time we talked: for Young People, Parents, Schools and Community Organisations, this Australian Initiative by Reality & Risk busts some myths and provides helpful tips.

Online Porn: Advice on how to talk to your child about the risks of online porn and sexually explicit material provided from NSPCC in the UK.

Healthy sexual behaviour in children and young people: Your guide to keeping children safe, spotting warning signs and what to do if you’re worried.

Tricks Pornographers Play: Net Nanny shares insights into the tricks pornographers play to engage children with porn.

Safe Surfer: Supporting Online Safety (Home Internet Filtering)

Helpful Links for Youth Health Support 

BELLA RAE Magazine: Liz Walker is BELLA RAE’s sex expert for young women

Collective Shout: A grassroots campaigning movement against the objectification of women and sexualisation of girls in media, advertising and popular culture

Sex & U: a real-life approach to the questions and issues around sex and sexuality.

SECASA: South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault

Collette Smart: Psychologist, Author, Speaker

Headspace: National Youth Mental Health Foundation

RFFADA: Russell Family Fetal Alcohol Disorders Association

Hidden Harm: Four Corners Documentary on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

A Brave Life: A two-strand mission: Educating young women on healthy relationships and preventing teenage pregnancy; and for teenagers who are already pregnant or a teen mum, A Brave Life aims to walk alongside whilst encouraging them to finish their education, pursue their dreams and to be a positive role model.

Favourite Books 

Not for Kids! children’s book – Protecting Kids Online

Does my bum look big in this ad? by Lisa Cox

Media Muscle by Lisa Cox

A range of protective behaviours children’s books from Holly-ann Martin:

  • Hayden-Reece Learns What To Do if Children See Private Pictures or Private Movies
  • Matilda Learns a Valuable Lesson
  • Hayden-Reece learns a valuable lesson that Private means ‘Just for You’
  • Plus more

A range of protective behaviours children’s books from Jayneen Sanders:

  • Some Secrets Should Never be Kept
  • No means No!
  • My body! What I say goes!
  • No Difference Between Us
  • Body Safety Education
  • Plus more