Does Porn Objectify Men? Research and Performers Say Yes

By KC Cover Photo By Isabelle Andarakis, Posted On Vice News. (Trigger Warning: Link Contains NSFW Images) It’s no secret that porn objectifies women. But just because porn isn’t good for women doesn’t mean it’s positive for men. Studies continue to show that porn harms the brain like a drug and it can result in […]

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How is the Porn Industry’s Business Model so Successful?

By KC It’s often said that porn is a “$[Insert random digit here] billion industry.” A recent article published by business news site, Quartz, tends to agree. The article places the industry’s value at anywhere between $6 billion and $97 billion, with the more realistic estimates ranging from $6 billion to $15 billion. Regardless of […]

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How to Identify and Move Past Resentment

By Craig Gross Hey guys, Craig here. Happy New Year! This January, we’re going to be talking about a project that we’ve been working on called: Resentment. One night, a few months back, it hit me that so many people are afraid to get help and pursue healing because they can’t stop looking back at […]

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In-N-Out Burger Matches Donations 3-to-1 to Fight Human Trafficking

By KC Human sex trafficking is one of our world’s biggest issues. According to Equality Now, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting gender equality, trafficking women and children for sexual exploitation is the fastest growing criminal enterprise in the world. The scary part is that this is despite the fact that international law and the laws […]

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50 Heartbreaking Ways that Porn Harms Relationships and Society

By KC TRIGGER WARNING Many readers may find the accounts in this article to be graphic and/or disturbing. Porn is all exaggerated and entertaining “fantasy,” right? We often hear advocates of porn say something like, “So what? What’s wrong with a little harmless fantasy?” The problem is, it’s not harmless. Porn can kill love. Heard […]

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Who Can I Go to for Help with My Child’s Porn Problem?

By Craig Gross This month, we’re talking about how to help parents talk to their kids about porn. Today’s question is, “Who can I go to for help with my child who might be looking at porn?” As parents, and perhaps especially as Christian parents, we want to pretend that we have it all together. […]

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How to Protect Your Kids in an Online World

By Craig Gross I was recently in Phoenix, where I had the opportunity to talk with Christ’s Church of the Valley (CCV) about helping parents protect their kids in our “online” world. I thought I’d do the same, here, as well. If you’re a parent who is wondering how you can talk to your kids… […]

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WATCH: 5 Ex-Porn Performers Who Are Now Anti-Porn

By KC The porn industry is built on selling male and female porn performers as insatiable sex gods and goddesses. With exaggerated body parts to match their exaggerated performances, porn consumers are made to believe the fantasy that these actors actually crave endless and extreme sex. Even in interviews, these performers maintain that they do […]

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Love: The One Gift Every Person Needs and Wants This Season

By KC Photo by Dario Valenzuela. 4 minute read. It’s holiday time. Every car radio, storefront, and café wherever you are is probably announcing that it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Those words strike a chord with nearly everyone, it seems. There’s the sparkle-eyed group, nodding in festive agreement, and then there’s the […]

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How Do I Monitor My Kid’s Social Media?

By Craig Gross This week’s Panic Button Podcast question is a fun one: “How do I monitor my kid’s social media?” There’s a bigger conversation here than just porn. Take Instagram, for instance… even though the platform doesn’t technically allow porn, it does slip through. And regardless of technicalities, there is still more risqué stuff […]

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My Boyfriend Tried to Quit Porn by Doing This, and It Worked

By KC Many people contact Fight the New Drug to share their personal stories about how porn has affected their life or the life of a loved one. We consider these personal accounts very valuable because, while the science and research is powerful within its own right, personal accounts from real people seem to really […]

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