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9 Hollywood Stars Who Have Spoken Out on Porn’s Harms

By KC Cover photo by Getty Images, retrieved from HarpersBazaar. 8-minute read. Any time a celebrity speaks up about porn’s harmful effects, countless more people have the opportunity to see what the research is saying. It isn’t common that you’ll hear a public statement, though, given the taboo and sometimes controversial topic of porn. These […]

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What Happens When the World Mixes COVID-19, Anxiety, and Pornography?

By KC This Guest Piece Was Written By Jay Stringer, LMHC, a researcher and licensed therapist. It was first published on his website and reproduced here, with permission. 8-Minute Read. Disclaimer: Some of the resources discussed in the following article are religiously-affiliated. Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative awareness and education organization […]

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4 Ways to Fight Boredom

By Sathiya Sam Let’s be real; COVID-19 is changing everything in our lives right now. Cities are shut down, people are confined to their homes, and the economy is extremely volatile. We are living in unprecedented times. The most concerning element of this pandemic is how many people are stuck at home, left to their […]

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Why Does the Porn Industry Get Away With Racist Portrayals of Black People?

By KC This guest piece was written by Carolyn M. West, Ph.D., an expert in domestic violence and sexual assault. 5-minute read. TRIGGER WARNING Disclaimer: Some of the issues discussed in the following article are legislatively-affiliated. Fight the New Drug is a non-religious and non-legislative awareness and education organization hoping to provide access to resources […]

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Why This Guy Destroyed His 18 Terabyte Porn Collection

By KC This post was originally shared in March, 2018. 3-minute read. Before the internet, it used to be pretty stereotypical for a guy to have a stash of Playboy magazines stuffed under their mattress, or a few explicit posters hanging around their dorm room. Now, with the boom of internet porn, many of today’s […]

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5 Things You Can Do at Home While Quarantined from COVID-19

By KC It seems that the coronavirus isn’t slowing its steady trip around the globe just yet. More people’s daily routines in more and more countries are being halted or somehow affected by this new, highly contagious virus. We recently covered one porn company’s offer of free porn to quarantined cruise ship passengers off the […]

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QotD: “For some male students, treating a sexual partner — especially one who was not suitably hot or selective — with roughness or disinterest and then bragging about it the next day became a form of image management”

By antiplondon There are two contradictory trends identified in reports about young people’s sex lives. One is that they are virtually celibate, too busy playing Fortnite, watching porn, scrolling through Instagram or otherwise living screen-mediated lives to actually connect with another human being. The other is that “hook-up culture” and a plethora of Tinder-type swipe […]

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Does Porn Affect Me?

By Richard De La Mora What’s wrong with porn? “Does porn affect me? There’s nothing wrong with it. I’m not hurting anybody. It won’t harm me or my marriage. So what is the big deal with watching porn?” Let’s put it this way, “What’s wrong with smoking cigarettes? They aren’t hurting me. I run a […]

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QotD: “Tech firms should check images before publication”

By antiplondon Internet companies must do more to tackle “an explosion” in images of child sex abuse on their platforms, a UK-held inquiry has concluded. The panel also said the technology companies had “failed to demonstrate” they were fully aware of the number of under-13s using their services and lacked a plan to combat the […]

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Can Watching Porn Be Part of a Healthy Self-Care Routine?

By KC Ever feel like you work too much? In a recent article for The Atlantic, the writer Derek Thompson coined the term “workism” to describe our society’s relatively new reverence for careers. In the early 20th century, many people believed jobs would be easier in future generations, both with shorter working weeks and a […]

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