“I never would have believed a late-night conversation about porn with my 14-year-old daughter would be a defining moment, but it was.”
Kindness has a way of drawing people in and helping them think about and internalize what you’re saying. Fight for real love with real love.
Have you heard the claim that watching porn is a natural and important part of having your sexual needs met? Research has shown the opposite—here’s a closer look.
According to a recent poll 31% of surveyed teen girls say they’ve taken part in sex acts without even a kiss first, thanks to porn culture.
Porn isn’t produced with accurate information about sex in mind, it’s created to entertain and manifest fantasies—no matter how violent or violating.
Over a quarter (26%) of American adults didn’t have sex at all in 2021, according to the latest General Social Survey. But why?
When you think “anti-porn,” you might think “anti-sex.” But did you know choosing to not watch porn is one of the most sex-positive things you can do?
Whether you’ve been with this movement five minutes or five years, here are ten things you need to know about Fight the New Drug as an organization.
Modern-day life with the internet has many benefits from convenience to connections. But like any tool, it can be used by people who choose to harm others, which leads parents to wonder how to protect their child from online predators.
Here are a few tips that can help you support a loved one—friend, family, or significant other—while they choose to stop watching porn.
If you believe restoration is possible for your relationship, it’s important to remember that it’s not just your partner in recovery who needs to heal.
The more facts you learn about porn’s harms, the more comfortable you’ll be with bringing it up. But how can you translate those facts into a conversation?