“Before we married we agreed to give each other our passwords, so that there could be no secrecy about the things we did online. What I found broke my heart.”
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It started off as magazines and quickly became a collection. A collection that he cared so deeply for that as he progressed to internet porn, he began to save, organize, and label each of the 800 CDs that his mother hid from me.
Behind the scenes of the finished product porn consumers see online, there are literally screams of the girls between scenes often saying things like, “Please stop,” and, “I said I didn’t want to do this,” and, “Please, this hurts,” and, “Hey, don’t do that.”
“I was threatened by agents that attempted to rape me. I was taken advantage of from men offering me scenes after I had sex with them—only to never get the contract.”
“I became hooked to porn as time progressed and the access became more easy. But a strange trend followed me as well: depression.”
Meet Tevan Tobler, a 16-year-old honor student who was the former president of the National Junior Honor Society, a champion high school wrestler, and an active member in his local community. He’s also a victim of sextortion and took his own life as a result.
“I didn’t stop watching pornography for a relationship, and no one had to convince me to stop. I stopped watching for me and my well being.”
“As a young boy, I was sexually assaulted many times. Not only was I forced to do things, this person introduced me to porn before I was 10 years old.”
“I’m not a pedophile, I’m attracted to adult women. I was just so addicted to porn that I could only get the same high with content that was ‘taboo.'”
“Upon realizing what I had done, and have been doing all these years, I was sickened. Because that’s the truth: porn flattens people into images and ignores their humanity.”
“She was heartbroken to find that I had been doing something that betrayed her trust in me and made her feel inadequate. I was disgusted by what I had done and swore to never do it again.”
When I returned to the film set, groggy from the pills, the room was filled. Over 20 people stood around, focused on the couch in the middle of the room.