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Who is Fight the New Drug?

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative organization that raises awareness on porn’s harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.

By October 18, 2021No Comments
Fight the New Drug | Raising awareness on the harms of pornography and sexual exploitation.

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative organization that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts.

Who we are:

  • Research-Based
  • Education-Focus
  • Sex-Positive
  • Freedom-Preserving

Who we are not:

  • Religiously Affiliated
  • Legislation-Focused
  • Choice-Restricting
  • Shaming
Get The Facts

Explore 15 research-based articles that explain how porn has been shown to negatively impact consumers, relationships, and society.

Read now at ftnd.org/gtf.

Get The Facts

Brain, Heart, World

Discover the harmful effects of pornography for yourself in this captivating, age-appropriate three-part documentary series.

Stream for free at BrainHeartWorld.org.

BHW - General

Consider Before Consuming

A podcast by Fight the New Drug featuring experts, survivors, and advocates as they discuss the harmful effects of porn.

Listen now at ConsiderBeforeConsumingPodcast.com.

Podcast

Truth About Porn

An up-to-date, ever-growing database dedicated to giving visibility to existing research demonstrating the harmful effects of pornography.

See the facts at TruthAboutPorn.org.

Truth About Porn

Let’s Talk About Porn

Explore the interactive conversation blueprint to help you successfully navigate conversations about porn with your partner, child, sibling, or friend.

Access the guide at ftnd.org/blueprint.

Conversation Blueprint

To learn more about Fight the New Drug or to access even more of our resources, continue exploring our website at ftnd.org.

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