build young people’s resilience and resistance
to hypersexualized media and porn
Welcome to the Culture Reframed Parents Program. We understand how daunting it can be to raise kids in a culture where they are bombarded with sexual images, including porn. That’s why we have provided this complete best-practice toolkit, which will help you raise porn-resilient kids. You will learn:
- The harmful effects of hypersexualized media and hardcore porn, which is mainstream, free, and easily accessible
- How to teach healthy sexuality and strengthen resilience to hypersexualized media and porn
- How unrestricted use of pornography affects the brain and can lead to habituation and addiction
- How to support and guide your child each step of the way
Enroll below for one of our FREE programs.
Parents of Tweens
Parents of Teens
Enrichment 1: Porn & the Brain
Enrichment 2: Intervention & Recovery
Enrichment 3: All Things Tech
Enrichment 4: Teaching Sex Ed in the Age of Porn
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How will this help my parenting?
Gain knowledge and skills through a step-by-step toolkit to approach conversations with confidence.
Gain skills to help your tween/teen build a grounded understanding of healthy sexuality based on boundaries, respect, and trust.
Plan for the future
Cultivate positive qualities in your tween/teen to set healthy expectations for their sexual future.
Understand how to counter the degrading images of sex that are promoted by hypersexualized media and porn.
Set positive goals
At a time that is right for each young person, set goals for safe, respectful, and mutually satisfying relationships.
Why is porn a problem?
Pornography can trigger a wide range of feelings: curiosity, confusion, disgust, arousal, and shame. Pornography doesn’t represent “real sex.” Research indicates that pornography often depicts a power imbalance – control, degradation, and violence is usually directed at women by men. Mainstream pornography doesn’t depict emotional intimacy.