The harms of porn don’t discriminate based on your relationship status. Porn has the potential to affect mental health, and it promotes objectification.
Articles from "Love & Relationships"
Research shows porn can make consumers objectifying toward others—and that doesn’t only translate to those you’re in a romantic relationship with.
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.
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 full study can be accessed here. The Roles of Shame and Guilt in Hypersexual Behavior Authors: Randy Gilliland, Mikle South, Bruce N. Carpenter Published: March 2011…
Sexologist and addiction treatment specialist Dr. Robert Weiss recently shared these common reasons his clients ultimately decide to quit looking at porn.
“I would never have believed a late-night conversation about porn with my 14-year-old daughter would end up being a defining moment in our relationship, but it was.”
“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.”
Betrayal trauma is a real thing, and it looks different for each person. Most people feel heartbreaking and go through a mourning process. The lies and broken trust are often what hurt the most.
“It doesn’t matter how funny you are, how passionate, or adventurous or vibrant—if you’re a pound overweight, no one will ever find you desirable.”
“When my boyfriend and I were hugging on the couch and I saw his phone, I was extremely distraught to see that one of the internet tabs was labeled ‘interracial gang bang.'”
Solid relationships are built on the ability to talk about things that matter to both parties. This includes talking with your significant other about porn.