Since then, our relationship as father and son has blossomed into something more beautiful than anything I could have ever imagined.
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Over the last few years, we’ve heard people say “Love Kills Porn” would be a more powerful phrase than “Porn Kills Love.” Here’s why we stick to PKL.
This month, we’re challenging you to try giving up porn. Not for your partner, not as a joke, but really try it for yourself and see what happens. Can you do it?
This in-depth look at the reality of what happens in the porn industry only adds to the fact that porn is an unhealthy, harmful, and exaggerated fantasy.
“When I was 19, I had my first sexual encounter with a girl…Those 7 years of porn had hindered my ability to get an erection.”
“Tony was exposed to porn for the first time when he was eight years old. He had been viewing porn for eleven years by the time we had met.”
“Since him, I have found it so easy to put away the porn. I am in my first relationship where I have been able to say ‘I love you’ without secrets.”
“Toward the end of the relationship, when his obsession with porn seemed to be at an all-time high, he got more controlling and sexually assaulted me.”
“Having a compulsive porn habit, I used drugs to get an increased high whilst viewing hardcore porn and my tastes changed over time…which led me to my arrest.”
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.
“We had been dating for a year when I asked him, out of the blue, if he had a pornography problem. His answer started a journey I never could have expected.”
“I became so involved and obsessed with this business that it was taking over every part of my life. I discovered that I was developing the ‘fetish.'”