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Hot off the press | Time to act!

Now, more than ever, we need your support to let the government know that more needs to be done to address children and young people being exposed to pornography. 


Today, Luke Howarth MP, put forward a motion that is likely to be debated next week. 

*4    MR HOWARTH : To move—That this House:

(1) notes that:

(a) the easy access of violent sexually explicit material online poses a risk to our children’s wellbeing; and

(b) authoritative research has linked regular consumption of pornography by adolescents depicting violence with increased degrees of sexually aggressive behaviour; and

(2) calls on our community to work together to:

(a) increase awareness that exposure to graphic images can influence children’s attitude towards sexual behaviour;

(b) encourage open discussions within families; and

(c) utilise the services of the eSafety Commissioner’s online iParent website to increase awareness of how families can keep safe online.

Will you email your MP and let them know how important this issue is to you?

Refer to our Pressing Questions page for some guidance on what to ask. 

Be armed with information about how the UK is protecting kids from harmful pornographic content.

Thank you for taking a stand on behalf of the children of Australia! 

From the team at Porn Harms Kids

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I pledge to stand for…

  • A world where children can grow up without being psychologically harmed by accessing graphic, violent pornography online
  • Prevention of children’s access, given that porn is linked to increased risks of STIs and other harmful physical and relational outcomes
  • Higher standards for ISPs, tech and porn companies to implement technology-related child protection buffers to block harmful pornographic content
  • Adults, including the Australian Government, to exercise due diligence to protect children

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