Although the negative effects of online pornography are well-documented, few realize that one demographic is especially at risk.
According to the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography, teenagers are the largest consumers of Internet Pornography. And because the brain is most susceptible during these teen years to the chemical overload that comes with continued viewing, addiction is a real danger.
Unfortunately for students, schools have few, if any, resources dedicated to preventing – or even addressing – this problem that can lead to depression, isolation and academic struggles.
Easy accessibility has turned the Internet into today’s “drug dealer” – a place where porn-related searches represent nearly 25% of ALL online inquiries.
These days, 93% of boys and 62% of girls view porn before age 18.
Fight the New Drug has presented at 500+ schools and been featured by
“FIGHT THE NEW DRUG DESTIGMATIZES THE TOPIC AND USES A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH”
– ABC NIGHTLINE
WHAT YOU’LL GET
Student Learning Outcomes
Students are inspired to join thousands of others around the world who avoid pornography, while speaking unashamedly about a typically uncomfortable topic. Of course, practical steps for getting help are also covered.
The latest research on harmful and addictive substances
Learn pornography’s addictive effects and how it can harm the brain
Discover how pornography can play a role in damaging relationships
Gain an in-depth understanding of how pornography affects society
FREE access to an anonymous online recovery program for those struggling
Receive support from a global movement of young people
Please understand, our message is non-religious and non-legislative.
“Our school has tried other approaches in addressing the issue of pornography, most of which did not resonate. Fight the New Drug’s presentation had our students laughing, participating, and learning.”
“The feedback from the staff and students was very positive. I believe the message shared regarding the impact of pornography on the brain, relationships, and society, was impactful for the students. I would recommend this presentation to all schools.”
“The feedback we’ve gotten from these assemblies has been tremendous. Parents, administrators at the schools, we’ve all been very excited about the message this promotes to our students.”
AIMEE WINDER NEWTON
Salt Lake City County Council
MORE THAN JUST INSPIRING
Education Changing Lives
Overexposure to pornography can decrease your interest in a real romantic relationship.
Pornography releases the same chemicals in your brain as other hard drugs.
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