Fight the New Drug is officially 10 years old!
What started a decade ago, as a group of college friends with a shared passion to positively impact the world, has grown into a global movement. We are so proud to say that millions of people are now recognizing pornography for what it is and rejecting its influence in their lives. We are the organization we are today because of those who have fought for this cause and supported our mission to raise awareness on the harmful effects of porn using only science, facts, and personal accounts.
We’re continually growing, and it is because of our Fighters that our resources have been able to educate and raise awareness on this issue across the globe. And this month, during our 10th-anniversary celebration, we want to take a snapshot of how far we’ve come, all thanks to our growing support network.
Here’s where we stand, 10 years after starting:
As you can see, we’ve come an incredibly long way since our humble yet passionate beginnings, and yet these numbers don’t even capture what this movement has truly grown to mean to so many. With almost four million Fighters worldwide and growing, we’re proud of the impact we’ve collectively made in the last decade. We also thank our incredible Fighter Club members who partner with this organization on a monthly basis to make our resources happen. Also, we’re so grateful for our amazing presentation team that travels to schools and communities around the world to give live presentations on porn’s harms.
But we ultimately couldn’t achieve any of these milestones without you.
So as we celebrate this month, and throughout the rest of this year, we dedicate our fight to you, our supporters. None of these numbers and milestones would happen without you. Thank you for staying with us and choosing real love alongside us. Thank you for fighting for love, and thank you for sharing our resources so this community can grow, and continue to change our world.
To say we look forward to seeing what we can do together for years to come is an understatement—we know we’re just getting started, and we can’t wait to see where this movement will go in the next 10 years.