If porn were focused on promoting good sex in society, there might be more effort on the producers’ part to prevent the sexual dysfunction porn causes among their consumers.
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Men aren’t the only ones with porn habits. Research shows more women are consuming porn, and it’s having negative effects on their relationships, too.
In wake of the #MeToo movement, society has become quick to condemn sexual violence yet reluctant to acknowledge what drives, legitimizes, and eroticizes this violence. Porn reinforces…
Elaine Bradley and her husband Sebastian are no strangers to the harmful effects of porn. So how have they navigated the issue within their relationship? Their intentionality with avoiding shame in conversations may surprise and inspire you.
No one deserves to feel like they aren’t worth loving. Whether you and your partner decide to fight for the relationship, or go your separate ways, there are resources to help both you and your partner.
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.
The truth is, bringing up porn in a new relationship is important—especially if this issue is a dealbreaker for you—but it’s also a delicate situation.
Today, they shared a raw, vulnerable look at how porn can impact relationships and the consumer’s understanding of sexuality and sexual expectations. Join them at the table.
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.
If you suspect your partner is seeking out porn after they’ve promised not to, you’re not alone. Consider these conversation points from mental health professional, Jay Stringer.
If you or a loved one is struggling with porn, you’ve come to the right place. In the moment, remember that love and support go much farther than shaming.