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It is time the truth about pornography is made mainstream. This article from JT Waresak sheds light on pornography.   1. Pornography hurts everyone. Pornography hurts our relationships with others and how we view our husband/wife. Most of the time, pornography is viewed in private which creates trust issues, including keeping secrets from our friends and family. Waresak

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According to clinical therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis, exercising compassion, being tough and maintaining a “never give up attitude” are key components to being a good accountability partner to someone battling a pornography addiction. As you walk alongside the individual you aim to keep accountable, remember that the addicted person is fully responsible for his or her

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Fight the New Drug is taking the month of November to travel around the world and expose the global effects of pornography. The movement was created to increase awareness of just how devastating pornography is to viewers, offer participants or “Fighters” challenges and offer ways to join the fight to stop pornography. Join the “Global Fight for Love” as

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Last fall the Abstinence Clearinghouse shared a campaign informing parents and educators of the sexually explicit content that has made its way into schools and libraries across the country. Libraries were created to be safe environments for children and individuals within communities to come together to pursue education and character development. They are now sharing

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Start the conversation about pornography – White Ribbon Against Pornography (WRAP) starts Sunday. People from all across the United States will stand together to educate others on how devastating pornography is to society. This year marks 30 years of WRAP week. Several organizations and groups will be hosting webinars, providing resources, and wearing white ribbons.

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Over the course of the last few weeks, Harvey Weinstein stories have flooded the news and many individuals are denouncing Weinstein’s alleged actions on social media. As the executive producer of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Spy Kids and Silver Linings Playbook, Weinstein is an influential Hollywood figure whose films have made their way into many American homes. Allegations against

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“The death of Hugh Hefner has elicited tributes of many kinds, including that he was a pioneer who liberated the sexual frustrations of a culture. In reality, his efforts and entrepreneurial pursuits helped enslave generations of both women and men.” – Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family” Hefner himself was not single-handedly responsible

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According to Shannon Ethridge, anyone, no matter how smart, popular or religious can develop a sexual addiction. In her book Every Young Woman’s Battle Ethridge outlines six facts about women and masturbation: 1. Masturbation is a problem for both men and women. 2. If you are tempted to masturbate, it does not mean that you are a

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The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCSE) recently released an updated version of Pornography and Public Health: Research Summary. The summary sheds light on the vast amount of neurological, sociological and psychological research about the harms pornography inflicts on the brain, the body and society as a whole. Exposing the depth and overall influence that pornography has

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Results from the “International Sex Survey” revealed how people incorporate and rely on technology to shape their sexual experiences and habits. The international survey conducted by the Kinsey Institute and Clue (an overseas company that promotes using technology to track women’s cycles) revealed 34% of Americans admit to using a mobile app to find sexual partners

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