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When you think “anti-porn,” you might think “anti-sex.” But did you know choosing to not watch porn is one of the most sex-positive things you can do?
If you believe restoration is possible for your relationship, it’s important to remember that it’s not just your partner in recovery who needs to heal.
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, we believe fighting against shame is part of the fight against porn.
The more facts you learn about porn’s harms, the more comfortable you’ll be with bringing it up. But how can you translate those facts into a conversation?
In the spirit of Halloween, check out these spooky facts about porn to get you scared, creeped out, and—most importantly—informed.
The alarming trend of the normalization of strangulation during sexual intimacy is dangerous—and possibly fatal. A domestic violence expert explains why.
It shouldn’t be societally normalized for any industry or medium to misrepresent, exploit, or fetishize LGBTQ+ folks and their relationships—yet the porn industry certainly does, and unfortunately often gets away with it.
Due to a variety of factors, LGBTQ+ youth are disproportionately vulnerable to sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. Here’s why.
Underage exposure to porn fuels existing issues of sexual harassment. Are schools equipped to prevent the tidal wave of peer-to-peer unwanted sexual attention?
Not all porn features violence, but even non-violent porn is associated with negative effects like increased sexual aggression.