“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.”
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Taking sex tips from an industry that profits from fake orgasms is like getting fitness advice from someone who has never worked out a day in their life.
“I doubted his ability to recover… But time and time again he proved to me that his genuine character was good. And that although this addiction was tearing him apart, it was not who he really was.”
“I feel like porn just ruins relationships and can ruin men’s/women’s self-esteem if their partner continues to watch it.”
I used to think the guy in porn was totally enjoying what he received, but what porn doesn’t show you is the immense anguish of being taken advantage of.
Forgiveness is needed not only for the sake of the victims, but also if those struggling to recover. There is usually more than enough self-hate from the one struggling, nobody else needs to pile it on.
“The more real my pain was, the more I cried from the depth of my depths, the more abuse I took, the more my videos were watched.”
I struggle everyday 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.
Trapped, scared, and pushed into going through with it, my pain is someone else’s sexual fantasy. My desperation is someone else’s objectification.
I was 11 years old when she went to college… Now I was the big sister, the one who had to be everything to my little sister that my big sister was to me.
Beginning in Yorktown, Virginia, Garrett’s journey spanned 3,800 miles across 9 states in 56 days. All in all, he estimates he handed out hundreds of Porn Kills Love fact cards.