About Us

Our mission is to empower parents, professionals and community leaders to protect young kids from pornography, and promote healing from any sexual exploitation.
Kristen A. Jenson, Author of Good Pictures, Bad Pictures

Kristen A. Jenson, MA

Kristen is the founder of Protect Young Minds™ and best-selling author of Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids and Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds. She serves on the Prevention Task Force of the National Coalition on Sexual Exploitation. She received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature and her master’s degree in Organizational Communication. Kristen grew up in both Wyoming and Massachusetts, is the mother of three awesome children, and currently lives with her husband in beautiful Washington State.

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Dan Garner, LMHA

CCTP, LifeStar Counseling

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What People are Saying About Good Pictures Bad Pictures

Masterfully written. Really, really insightful. It will be so easy for kids to remember the concepts! I had no idea what to expect but the book…is everything I was hoping for! It will become my personal mission to tell every parent I know about this book. May God protect little eyes and hearts with this book.

Rebecca

Amazon Review

Whether we like it or not, we need to talk to our kids in an age-appropriate way about the dangers of pornography. Good Pictures Bad Pictures is quite simply the best book available to help facilitate this conversation. Get it. Read it. Tell everyone you know about it.

Matt Fradd

Author, Speaker, Anti-porn Activist

As far as I’m concerned, reading and implementing Good Pictures Bad Pictures with your kids isn’t an option: it’s a necessity.

Clay Olsen

Founder and CEO, Fight the New Drug

Good Pictures Bad Pictures is the practical, positive, and powerful tool families need. I whole-heartedly recommend reading this with your children regularly so they will develop self-control—the ultimate protection from pornography.

Vauna Davis

Executive Director, Utah Coalition Against Pornography

Critical doors of communication will open as fathers and mothers read Good Pictures Bad Pictures with their children.  Jenson and Poyner have given us a valuable and timely tool to teach the neuroscience of avoiding pornography addiction in a way kids can easily understand.

Donald L. Hilton Jr., MD

Practicing neurosurgeon and clinical associate professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Texas, San Antonio

The ‘Can DO’ plan teaches essential skills anyone can use to reject pornography!

Angela Page

Former President, Women for Decency

I hear from hundreds of concerned moms and dads who want to help protect their children from sexual exploitation. Finally we have a strong resource to refer them to! Good Pictures Bad Pictures is a great tool for anyone who works closely with children!

Dawn Hawkins

Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation

I was thrilled to find Good Pictures Bad Pictures. As a parent, it makes opening that sensitive conversation as easy and loving as reading a book together. I love everything about it! It’s honest and open and calm and reassuring. What a beautiful way to empower and protect your child!

Deanna Lambson

Mother of 6, teacher and founder of WhiteRibbonWeek.org