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Mindgeek, Pornhub’s parent company, not only reportedly ignored these four women’s pleas to have videos removed of their abuse and exploitation, but the massive porn company also allegedly profited from them.
FTND note: The aim of this post is to challenge the shaming narrative that happens often in this fight against porn, and offer an alternative narrative via exploring…
“Somehow I got the sick, twisted idea in my head that as long as my boyfriend was hooked to porn, I would have to get skinnier.”
What started in 2009 as a group of college friends who shared a passion for positively impacting the world has grown into a worldwide movement of millions. These are some milestones we’ve enjoyed along the way.
“I first looked at porn around 16 years old. I’ve always been interested in sex and I thought porn would teach me more about it.”
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.
“Things about porn that used to excite me and turn me on, do nothing but disgust me now. I finally feel clean from watching all that stuff for a decade.”
“The more real my pain was, the more I cried from the depth of my depths, the more abuse I took, the more my videos were watched.”
“The amazing thing is that if neither of us had experienced our struggles, we wouldn’t have been able to unite so strongly and fight for love.”
“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.”