If you’re a Fighter, how can you mention a topic like porn in a season of celebration? If you look around, there are many opportunities to spread the word.
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If you consume porn, have you considered how it doesn’t improve your life? Consider adding quitting porn to your 2020 New Year’s resolutions list.
We applaud Terry Crews for choosing to use his globally recognized platform to talk about the real scientific harms of pornography.
Now that we know the issue of normalized sexual harassment and bullying in schools, we can take the needed steps to fight back.
Porn isn’t only a personal issue—it’s one that goes far beyond just the consumer. This is a real problem, affecting real relationships and families.
If the person you’re considering dating has struggled with porn, there are ways to bring the subject into the open and learn more about them as a person.
“I quickly became obsessed with pleasing my boyfriend. I would watch all the porn he watched and study it like a textbook.”
“If girls’ legs are crossed, boys often walk by and say, ‘Spread ‘em.’ They are in sixth grade. No 11-year-old should have to deal with things like this.”
If porn impacts trafficking and child abuse victims who aren’t actually seeking out porn, how much more might it be desensitizing someone who actually is?
“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.”
Sexologist and addiction treatment specialist Dr. Robert Weiss recently shared these common reasons his clients ultimately decide to quit looking at porn.
“Mummy!”—my four-year-old daughter exclaimed loudly as she swung into the empty seat—”that man has got pictures of ladies with big boobies!”