Our live presentations engage both youth and adult audiences and encourage all attendees to consider the harmful impacts of pornography using only science, facts, and personal accounts.
Lexie was sexually abused and exploited as a child, which continued for years. Now, Lexie enjoys helping others overcome what they’ve been through in life.
Unfortunately, Jose experienced a pattern of sexual abuse, manipulation, and sex trafficking at the hands of abusers who disguised themselves as partners wanting to help him.
As a popular mainstream porn performer, Alia experienced trafficking, abuse, and exploitation, eventually leaving the industry on her own terms.
After moving to Los Angeles, Joshua found his way into the porn industry. After five years and winning many awards, Joshua left the industry.
See how Jessica’s career in porn led to her substance abuse, suicide attempts, negative attitudes about sex, and how it almost ruined her life.
Gabe Deem, Founder of Reboot Nation, sat down with FTND to share his story of how porn affected his life and why he fights for awareness.
Their experiences show how in the porn industry, the lines between abuse and consent are so blurred, there’s no viable way to tell the difference.
Even in the production of mainstream porn, sex trafficking can still happen—and it happens more often than most people think.
One common argument in defense of porn is that performers are all consenting adults. But unfortunately, that is virtually impossible to guarantee—just listen to these personal accounts from ex-performers.
In this video, see how Aaron and Deanna Lynn first got into porn through being abused and exploited.
Garrett Jonsson’s journey ended up spanning 3,800 miles across nine states in 56 days. See why he raised awareness on the harms of porn.