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“I first saw porn in the high school locker room after practice. I was 13. Guys used to bring Bluetooth speakers and play it on their laptops. I had no idea what it would end up doing to me.”
“He makes zero attempts to initiate sex and even calls it a ‘chore,’ saying that he gets to ‘enjoy himself instead of having to focus on satisfying someone else’ because it ‘gets old.'”
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“This is what porn did for me. It reduced me to feeling ashamed of myself because I didn’t have the ‘confidence’ to hurt or humiliate on men for money.”
Porn is produced for entertainment purposes, not education. Clearly, porn is not a quality tool to learn about mutually satisfying sex.
“I never would have believed a late-night conversation about porn with my 14-year-old daughter would be a defining moment, but it was.”
“I developed a huge lack of self-confidence, I started to hate my body and I didn’t know how to start and keep real relationships.”
“We communicate so much more. We are more confident with each other. We are more relaxed during sex. It feels like there’s a spark there.”
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“Last week, I celebrated my 500th day free from porn. Even though I have been in recovery for two years, it took most of the first year of working through my baggage and getting the tools I needed to find freedom.”