Welcome to the PartnerSPEAK forum.

PartnerSPEAK provides advocacy and support for the non offending partner and family of a perpetrator of child sexual abuse and child exploitation material.

This forum is a place for non offending partners and family members to share their stories and experiences.

When you create a user name, please don’t use your real name.

Technical Support

If you need some support in using this forum please contact techsupport@partnerspeak.org.au


PartnerSPEAK are supported by a team of very experienced, high level cyber security experts who work with us to make sure that our forum is a secure and safe place for you to share your experiences and stories. We not only want to make sure that the forum is extremely secure but also that you know this and can feel reassured when you post.

You will see that there is a green padlock in the URL bar next to the PartnerSPEAK web address. This tells you that we are using the same high level security that banks use.

Your privacy and security in using our forum is our highest concern. We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information when you enter, submit, or access your personal information.

Post Approval

All posts on the PartnerSPEAK forum are moderated before they are posted. You won’t see your post appear straight away. We are a small team at PartnerSPEAK and we will moderate posts at least every 24 hours. If you don’t see your post approved after 24 hours please contact us at techsupport@partnerspeak.org.au.

If you see that your account has been ‘silenced’, this happens after you post your first post but before it has been approved. Once your first post to the forum has been aprooved your account silence will be lifted.


Please be aware, PartnerSPEAK has an obligation and responsibility to report any cases of child abuse and exploitation material where the police are not yet involved. Please know that if you share details of an unreported crime on the forum PartnerSPEAK will support you in reporting the crime and we may also make our own report with the information we have.