If porn wasn’t harmful to relationships, the majority of research would reflect that partners’ insecurities cause issues, not porn itself, right?
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“It all started when I began noticing him staying up. Then one day I was going through our computer history and there I found it: loads and loads of porn.”
“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.”
“At 7 years old or so, I was groomed with adult porn, then child porn, and then I was used in it… Boys are abused, trafficked for sex, and used in porn.”
Sex traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to lure their victims into exploitation. Porn is the marketing department of the sex trafficking industry.
“I had watched porn a lot by that point, and it seemed exciting to be part of that industry. I mean how difficult could it be, right?”
A struggle with pornography is never easy to overcome, but when both partners are in it for the right reasons, what’s on the other side is so worth it.
“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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“I Googled what I should do as the girlfriend of someone struggling with porn. Everything I read said since we were not married, I should just break up with him. This just wasn’t good enough for me.”
“It didn’t come easy after that night, but there was hope in my life for the first time in years. I now had the lifeline I needed to overcome it.”