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How to React When Your Child Has Viewed Pornography

For parents maneuvering their way through the thick fog of pornography, it can be easy to fall into despair and negativity. Parents can be angry and guilty by the fact that their child has viewed porn while the child too is ashamed and fearful of seeking counsel and healing from his or her parents. However, Protect Young Minds advocates a […]

Google Lobbies Against Human-Trafficking Legislation

According to an article by the National Center on Sexual Exploitaiton (NCSE), Google lobbyists are blitzing members of the U.S. Congress to stop their efforts to combat online sex trafficking by amending section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) in the respective bills S. 1693 and H.R. 1865. As currently interpreted by U.S. federal courts, Section 230 […]

Why Pornography Has No Place In The Bedroom

When writer Luke Gilkerson’s wife was eight weeks pregnant, she stumbled upon a conversation about pornography use in an online forum for pregnant women. Gilkerson was confused by the reaction women had towards their husbands increased use of pornography during their wife’s pregnancy. “To some women this was deplorable. To other women this was seen as all […]

Instant Emptiness

Imagine you are on a run on a summer morning. Not far into the three miles you intended to run, your body is already aching to stop. Everything feels heavy. The air is much hotter and thicker than you expected. A couple miles from the endpoint, all you want is to snap your fingers and […]

How to Begin Parenting the Internet Generation

Research published by the University of Alberta reported about 90 percent of boys and 70% of girls, ages 13 to 14, have accessed porn at least once. Researchers also discovered 35% of boys reported viewing porn online “too many times to count.” On the same level, a study by the Pew Research Center indicated 30% of 17-year-olds have […]

Link Found Between Pornography and Erectile Dysfunction

During the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association (AUA) on Friday, May 12, 2017, results from a recent survey were presented that showed a correlation between male pornography consumption and sexual dysfunction. According to the American Urological Association, “Sexual dysfunction has a significant impact on one’s quality of life and occurs when there […]

Four Lies Porn Uses to Keep You in Bondage

“I have found that recognizing some of the many lies porn tries to sell me has grown in my heart a deep distaste for it – mostly because I’ve come to recognize how much porn detests me,” said author and speaker Michael Johnson in a recent article by Covenant Eyes. Here are four of Johnson’s 21 […]

Addressing Pornography in the Church

According to apologist and writer Josh McDowell, “You have to start preparing your children for being exposed to pornography at age five.” Research  conducted by Barna Group, and commissioned by Josh McDowell Ministry, reported that roughly half of teenagers, and nearly three-quarters of young adults see pornography on at least a monthly basis. In a recent Sexploitation podcast, […]

“Gamifying” Addiction Recovery

A recent article by Fortify offers individuals overcoming pornography a new way of defeating addiction by viewing recovery as a game or quest to be conquered. Research has shown that “gamifying” a tough challenge can bring about positive change. Rather than viewing recovery as a heavy burden or boring program, Fortify recommends approaching it as the ultimate challenge- The […]

Women and Masturbation

“Lust is not a guy problem-it’s a human problem,” wrote Kristen Clark in a Covenant Eyes article. “If you’re a woman who has struggled with any sort of lustful sin habit, including masturbation, you’re not alone. Millions of women (single and married) are facing similar temptations every day.” Last week Covenant Eyes released part two of […]