Not sure how to have the porn talk with your child?




help young people thrive despite hypersexualized culture




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

We are currently working on a course for Parents of Teens, and we are developing other resources to support families, educators, and communities. Please provide your email so we can update you when these new resources are available.

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How will this help my parenting?


More confidence

Gain knowledge and skills through a step-by-step toolkit to approach conversations with confidence.


Age-relevant knowledge

Have curious and compassionate conversations with your child, appropriate for their age and stage of development.

Grounded understanding

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.


Counteract disconnection

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.

Talking with your child about hypersexualized media and porn helps them to critically evaluate what they are seeing and feeling.


Just because something is arousing or pleasurable doesn’t mean it is positive.


Healthy sex includes respect, mutuality, intimacy, gentleness, and sensuality.


build knowledge and tools to raise porn-resilient kids