If you watch porn, have you considered how it doesn’t improve your life? Consider adding quitting porn to your 2022 New Year’s resolutions list.
“I remember the night he confided in me that he was struggling with porn… That night was difficult. But the choice I had to make wasn’t. I chose to stay.”
We simply believe everyone deserves better than porn, and your hours are worth spending with meaning and purpose that lasts.
Many people don’t realize how much porn is affecting them until they quit watching it. Here are 50 good reasons to ditch it today.
According to a 2019 study, more than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had a sexual encounter.
“It all began when my father brought home the first issue of Playboy magazine in 1953… By the time I graduated from high school and went away to college, I was seriously addicted.”
For anyone who is into self-improvement, who isn’t into learning more about how to be a healthier version of yourself in body and mind?
Porn is actually the definition of sex-negative. Here are three reasons that explain why not watching porn is a pretty sex-positive choice.
Let’s talk about three ideas our current culture widely believes about porn that need some reevaluation. What is research actually saying?
Every person has the most crucial thing in common—the capacity and need for love. How will you give back to yourself and your community this season?
Shame can carry a discouraging weight that makes it impossible for some to change, forgive, or progress. Here’s how shame harms lives affected by porn.
If you’re someone who isn’t ready or willing to date someone who has struggled, that’s okay. Here at Fight the New Drug, and we believe fighting against shame is part of the fight against porn.