“We tried to be intimate but he could not achieve an erection. So he ran downstairs to watch porn while I lay there waiting for him.”
Articles From "Love & Relationships"
The opposite of addiction isn’t necessarily the absence of porn consumption—it’s a connection to what’s real. Where is your grounding connection in life?
In the sample of 3,044 participants, one in 12 reported having been victims of nonconsensual pornography at some point in their lives.
There are ways to relieve stress or pass the time, but not every option is a great idea. In the case of porn, it’s worse than just internet junk food.
“I’ll only look at porn while I’m single. As soon as I’m in a committed relationship, I’ll stop. It’s not a big deal.” Ever heard this before?
Many people turn to porn to escape problems. Unfortunately, studies show that porn can actually leave consumers feeling worse off than before they clicked.
As an organization, we have never intended the phrase “Porn Kills Love” to be shaming. Helping people recognize that porn is harmful isn’t about shaming them, it’s about inviting them to truly consider how porn impacts their life.
What’s more helpful than getting sex advice from an industry that profits off of fake orgasms? Hint: actually talking with your partner.
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.
The next big thing has arrived in high schools around the world, and it’s not the latest iPhone. Pornography has been a normalized pastime for our generation…
Let’s give you an example: a typical, healthy person wouldn’t naturally have an interest in violent pornography or bestiality.
Self-care is any activity you do deliberately that benefits your physical or mental health. But how does porn fit into self-care? Hint: It doesn’t.