top of page

RESOURCES

Parents are the first line of defense in protecting their children; but it can be overwhelming to figure out how or where to begin. We've compiled vetted resources to help parents protect their families from exploitation in its many forms.

TECH

Tools to keep your kids safe when using technology.

SCHOOLS

Resources to keep your kids safe at ground zero - their school.

SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION

Equipping you to protect your kids from predators.

TECH

TECH

ProtectYoungEyes-Horizontal-LG-1024x385.png

PROTECT YOUNG EYES

Protect Young Eyes provides technology solutions to keep kids safe at the router level, offers an educational app to teach families technology best-practices for safety, as well as an abundance of resources to help parents know which apps/sites are dangerous and why.

protectyoungeyes.com

Bark_Technologies_Logo.jpg

BARK

 

"Bark scans your child’s online activities in 30+ apps and social media platforms and alerts you to issues you need to know about."

 

www.bark.us

defendyoungminds.jpg

DEFEND YOUNG MINDS

 

"Digital Self-Defense" - Defend Young Minds has well developed resources and programs designed to help parents equip their kids so they learn to reject pornography.

 

defendyoungminds.com

troomi3.png

PARADOX INSTITUTE

Research and Resources about the "Myths of Gender Affirming Care." The Paradox Institute has created a powerful, research-based pamphlet that you can order or print at home to use in discussions within your community. 

Gender dysphoria is a condition in which a person feels incongruent with their biological sex, causing extreme psychological distress.[1] “Gender Affirming Care” is promoted as a lifesaving treatment. It involves social and medical transition: the patient dressing as the opposite sex while taking puberty blockers and/or cross-sex hormones to alter their physical features.

Studies have shown that 43-75% of adolescents with gender dysphoria have at least one type of psychiatric comorbidity.[2] “Gender Affirming Care” ignores many of these contributing factors to gender dysphoria [3], such as:

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Mood disorders

  • Depression

  • Eating disorders

  • Autism spectrum disorders

  • Dissociative identity disorders

  • Substance abuse

  • Childhood trauma

ACCESS SOURCES and COMPLETE RESOURCES

P1000107.jpeg
P1000108.jpeg

SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION

SEXUAL ABUSE

THE MAMA BEAR EFFECT

Since 2012, The Mama Bear Effect has advocated for parents and adults to be resolute in the protection of children against the threat of sexual abuse and exploitation and defend their innocence through education and safeguarding from adverse sexualized influences. The Mama Bear Effect website offers no-cost comprehensive abuse prevention educational resources for all adults to learn how to protect children at every age.

themamabeareffect.org

mamabear.png

SCHOOLS

SCHOOLS
courageisahabit.png

COURAGE IS A HABIT

Courage Is A Habit creates tools & strategies for the average parent so they can defend their child from indoctrination in the K-12 system.  We do not just point out the problem, we give you the knowledge and confidence to do something about it.

courageisahabit.org

The education system has changed drastically. Radical theory based indoctrination has swept across the nation’s education system. Amongst many harmful theories and belief systems being taught to children, educators are teaching children to keep secrets from their parents, undermining important familial and cultural values and exposing children to obscene content including pornography. There’s been an increase in teacher on student sexual abuse. The public and even private school environment is facilitating grooming behaviors and as a result, children are rendered increasingly vulnerable to more egregious harms like sexual abuse. It’s extremely important to stay active in children’s lives in order to protect them. That’s why we’ve partnered with Courage Is A Habit to provide you with a comprehensive breakdown of the harms of SEL, opt-out forms for data mining, surveys and more.

Specific Topics/Resources of Note:

PARENTAL AUTHORITY FORM for TENNESSEE Parents

This form was created by AJ DePriest and has been through several parent groups, city commission members, teachers, and many others around the country before finalizing. 

 

NOTE: The laws notated in this document are for TENNESSEE. Other states will have different laws and regulations.

 

The purpose of this Parental Authority Form is make crystal clear to schools what they CAN and CANNOT do with children who are under the jurisdiction of PARENT or LEGAL GUARDIAN. Each line item has a I DO CONSENT line to initial for those who give consent to schools to carry out each item. Each line item also has a I DO NOT CONSENT line to initial for those who DO NOT give consent to schools. There is also an N/A line item for each, in case it is not applicable. 

You only need to complete the highlighted areas, sign and date, then provide to your principal. You should have your SCHOOL PRINCIPAL also sign and date to acknowledge receipt and understanding. And your SUPERINTENDENT should also sign and date their acknowledgement and understanding. There is also cc: at the bottom for your family attorney, if available.

Any changes you wish to make to the form, feel free to do so, as needed.

OBSCENE BOOK LIST

Obscene books are making their way into the hands of kids via school and public libraries. Freedom Forever is dedicated to protecting children by uncovering which titles contain obscene material and cataloging them into a list for parents to reference as a safeguard for their children.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPT OUT LETTER

This letter is another option specifically for opting kids out of Sex Education, (as it used to be called) now disguised under different titles. "Family Life Education" is a commonly used curriculum title and the approach contains increasingly controversial material (abortion as birth control, masturbation, oral sex, how to engage sexually with the same sex, etc.). 

This letter also includes language to opt your child out of mental health and socio-emotional screenings that may be conducted at the school. AGAIN, you will have to take an active role to research your state's particular laws & code to support your request; but it is worth it.

You have the right to opt your child out of this curriculum and the overreach of public school systems. Make sure you know the laws in your state and then use the provided letter to customize for your needs.

bottom of page