Liz’s Work 

Director of Health Education for Culture Reframed: the global lead in solving the public health crisis of the digital age. Founded by internationally renowned scholar and activist Dr. Gail Dines, Culture Reframed is the first health promotion effort to recognize and address pornography as the public health crisis of the digital age. We are a multidisciplinary team of experts and scholars helping to build the public’s capacity to deal with pervasive sexually violent online pornography.

We at Culture Reframed 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 created our Parents Program, which provides a complete best practice toolkit, which will give you the skills and knowledge you need to raise porn-resilient kids. Don’t wait to start these life-changing conversations! Access our free Parents Program now.

Chair of eChildhood: a registered health promotion charity dedicated to mobilising responses that reduce the harmful effects of pornography on children and young people. We provide education and training to parents, professionals and the public. We advocate for measures that improve children and young people’s mental and physical health outcomes, and decrease vulnerabilities to exploitation. eChildhood takes a public health approach through research, education, legislation and digital solutions.

Managing Director of Youth Wellbeing Project: provides holistic relationships & sexuality education to prevent sexual harms, enhance children and young people’s relationships, and build resilience to porn culture. Educators throughout Australia and internationally, utilise BODY IQ and RELATIONSHIP IQ programs, underpinned by holistic sexuality education principles.

Author of Not for Kids! children’s book. This exceptional book offers gentle and insightful guidance and is a must have for parents and professionals to prepare kids for the inevitable occasion of when they will see explicit imagery. Through the character of Milly, she lets kids know that coming across pornographic images is not their fault and she teaches them to always seek help from a safe adult.

Anti-porn, whole-person centred sexuality education approach

Liz Walker is an exceptional communicator who incorporates international research and personal insight to bring understanding around the impact of pornography on child & teen relational and sexual development. A regular contributor to media and self-help outlets, she assists parents, educators and teens to challenge porn culture and embrace a holistic balance to sexuality. Liz has incredible insight into what conversations are needed. Sign up for the Sexuality Reflections blog, and find Liz’s articles for young women about sexuality and relationships at Bellarae Mag.

30 days of pornSexuality
August 14, 2017

Online porn, the pied piper of the internet

Online pornography impacts the brain in ways that printed literature never can. A recent argument I heard ‘for porn’, came from John, who was trying to suggest that women’s use of erotic novels was comparable to the high numbers of men watching pornography online. This comment was in response to…
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Top parent concerns
July 13, 2017

When my child sees porn

When kids see pornography, become regular viewers, or engage in self-production of child exploitation material (CEM / child pornography), it is completely normal that parents will experience a huge range of emotions. If the first reaction is anger, it should towards the pornographers – not our kids. The best reaction…
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If there ever comes a time when the women of the world come together purely for the benefit of mankind, it will be a force such as the world has never known.

Matthew Arnold, Nineteenth-Century British Poet and Philosopher

Their Future. Your Voice.

I pledge to stand for…

  • A world where kids can grow up without being harmed by accessing graphic, violent online pornography
  • Prevention of children’s access to pornography through digital child protection buffers
  • Updated legislation and education to address pornography as a public health crisis that increases children and young people’s vulnerabilities to sexual harms