Resources for parents
How to Talk to Your Kids about Pornography (2016)
By Educate and Empower Kids
This booklet provides information and great discussion questions to help initiate productive and meaningful conversations about porn between kids and parents.
How to talk about Porn
By James Beck
A great article on how to talk about porn with your kids by James Beck, Content Director for Attitude Schools Programme at The Parenting Place.
Parenting One Click Ahead
By Liz Walker
This book is a useful resource for parents of teenagers. It provides evidence and an insight into the importance of working together with your young person to counteract the global porn culture.
Keeping Safe on the Web – a children’s book by Safe
This book is designed for parents to help guide their young children through online safety. Kyle the Kingfish takes you through an underwater journey – tackling screen time, bullying, being kind online, protecting children’s identity and pornography.
Australian e-safety parent tools and conversations starters
This site has some great tools and conversation starters for parents with young children.
This site has reviewed all the most popular apps and social media sites tweens/teens might be using, and might be useful for parents to check out for safety ratings and risks.
Not for kids – a children’s book protecting kids online
by Liz Walker
This book is tailored for parent and professionals to help kids under the age of 10 years old be prepared for the inevitable occasion when they see pornography online.
Safe surfer is a New Zealand based social enterprise company that has set up innovative software filtering solutions for home and devices such as phones, laptops, tablets and TVs.
Talk to your kids about porn’s damage
This is a fantastic article by Richie Hardcore, encourages parents to not bury their heads in the sand when it comes to talking to their kids about the impacts of porn on healthy sexuality.
13 REASONS WHY NOT
This fantastic blog by Wellington author, teacher and playwright Bernard Beckett offers 13 reasons why young people should think twice before watching porn. A fun and engaging read, that can be a great conversation tool for older teens.