“I grabbed his phone to change the music he was playing. I could see it in his face straight away that there was something he didn’t want me to see.”
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I honestly can’t pinpoint the very first time that I saw porn. That’s how much we are exposed to it in daily life, we hardly even realize it….
“In the 2 years I worked at the front desk of a brothel, I don’t think I met one woman who was doing it because she really wanted to. It was more of a last resort because she had no other options.”
Not all performers are in porn by choice—some are forced, frauded, or coerced into performing in explicit videos that are then uploaded online.
“When I was two years old, I was sold into human trafficking and was taught that children needed to allow grown men to use their bodies.”
Is porn a harmless personal fantasy? Or is it an edited abusive nightmare? Hear from these five former porn performers about what it actually is like to be in porn.
“Behind each video, each image, a shattered, lost human being who needs our help, not our exploitation of them. I started to see everything now with a different perspective.”
Lamar Odom has quit eating candy and watching porn as part of training to be a pro basketball player again. The candy makes sense, but how will quitting porn help?
We invite you to consider the facts before consuming porn. If you have a brain or relationships, and want to live in a healthy society, this podcast is for you.
I was told I wouldn’t make it very far in porn because I was so “average.” Well, except that I was a preschool teacher looking for a new career in porn.
If you hadn’t heard, Fight the New Drug launched our very own podcast this year called “Consider Before Consuming.” Here are our top episode picks of 2019!