“We live in a time now where this sex-saturated culture will always be around us. I write this knowing it may expose me. But I have to take my own advice.”
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“I started actively seeking out pornography when I was 14 years old. I’d seen porn before when my friends would call me over and show me pictures.”
“I became hooked to porn as time progressed and the access became more easy. But a strange trend followed me as well: depression.”
As an organization, we have never intended the phrase “Porn Kills Love” to be shaming. Helping people recognize that porn is harmful isn’t about shaming them, it’s about inviting them to truly consider how porn impacts their life.
“He had kept it hidden but when I found out I told him how uncomfortable I was with it. From then on, I would catch him looking at porn off and on and then would explain to him my feelings about how it made me feel.”
“We tried to be intimate but he could not achieve an erection. So he ran downstairs to watch porn while I lay there waiting for him.”
Giannini, mother of two, not only filmed herself sexually abusing the teenage girl but uploaded the content to free porn sites—including PornHub.
If porn wasn’t harmful to relationships, the majority of research would reflect that partners’ insecurities cause the issues, not the porn itself, right?
“I struggle every day to look at my husband in the eyes. But I know one thing—I love him, I love him deeply and I won’t allow porn to destroy our life.”
Hey there. I just wanted to reach out and see if my story might be of use for your platform. I’m not sure how to best start…
“No one has any idea of how little help there is for the victims of revenge porn, rape porn, and my situation of private images getting onto porn sites.”
Have you considered how porn can’t cure your loneliness during this time, or even cure your boredom…but it can actually make those things worse?