Despite what our porn-obsessed culture may tell you, choosing to reject porn entirely can actually help boost your dating success. Don’t just take our word for it, check these tips out.
Articles From "Love & Relationships"
Taxi-driver themed porn makes men think women will be more likely to engage in unprotected, rough sex with strangers, the new study suggests.
What’s more helpful than getting sex advice from an industry that profits off of fake orgasms? Hint: actually talking with your partner.
Porn isn’t produced with accurate information about sex in mind, it’s created to entertain and manifest fantasies—no matter how violent or violating.
We invite you to consider the facts before consuming porn. If you have a brain or relationships, and want to live in a healthy society, this podcast is for you.
This study reveals the need for more intentional conversations about childhood exposure to content that can have negative lasting impacts.
When you choose to fight wholeheartedly for love, it becomes clear how damaging porn is to healthy relationships and healthy perceptions of love.
The aim of this post is to challenge the shaming narrative that happens all too often in this fight against porn, and offer up an alternative narrative via a Fighter’s actual, real-life experience.
If you’ve come across these types of articles but still haven’t found the motivation you need to kick your porn habit, we’ve got 50 good reasons for you.
The holiday-obsessed and the holiday-haters have the most crucial thing in common—the capacity and need for love. How will you give back to yourself and your community this season?
Porn kills love by streamlining artificial sexual experiences, and discouraging a need for intimacy by demeaning everything exciting about real connections.
At a holiday catch-up with friends, bringing up your passion for uncovering the harms of the porn world may seem out of place. So how do you do it?