5 Marginalized Groups of People Porn Has No Problem Fetishizing

By KC Trigger warning for descriptions of pornographic content and inclusion of derogatory terms in porn video titles. The porn industry seems to have no boundaries when it comes to who they’ll exploit or dehumanize in the name of sexual entertainment. In fact, if something is considered taboo, unacceptable, or off-limits in society, producers are […]

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3 Ways You Can Help Your Porn-Obsessed Brain Recover

By KC The following post is geared toward those in recovery from a struggle with porn. While Fight the New Drug is not a recovery-focused resource, we encourage anyone in need of help to check out Fortify. Visit Fortify and follow their blog for more articles geared specifically toward recovery. At Fight the New Drug, […]

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4 Ways Porn Will Ruin Your Sex Life

By Shellie R. Warren A couple of years ago, Huffington Post published an article with this title: “5 Reasons Why Watching Porn Together Can Be Good For Your Relationship.” Their reasons? 1. It is a shared experience. 2. It’s an easy way to learn about your partner’s fantasies. 3. It can speed up foreplay. 4. […]

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Scientists Discover Brain Structure Changes in Frequent Porn Consumers

By KC Since porn first appeared on the internet only a few decades ago, the accessibility, affordability, and anonymity of consuming addictive and explicit images have increased and attracted millions and millions of users. Based on the assumption that pornography consumption bears resemblance with reward-seeking behavior, novelty-seeking behavior, and addictive behavior, a group of scientists […]

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Want to Work On Being a Less Angry Partner? Ditch Porn For Good.

By KC This Post Was Written By J.K. Emezi, A Certified Addiction Coach With Elevated Recovery. 6 minute read. Over the years, research has increasingly shed light on the negative effects of pornography on the consumer’s brain, their relationships, and our society. However, there is one common effect of porn on relationships that is rarely […]

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One Way to Help Your Spouse Recover

By Melissa Ruff Do you really want to know how to help your spouse the most during his or her recovery from porn addiction? Work on your own recovery. Sounds kind of backward, doesn’t it? Well, it isn’t. In fact, it is the exact thing that you need to do at this exact moment in […]

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P2P 101: Can Anyone on the Internet Access Child Porn?

By KC Child porn. It’s a term that you might hear more about these days in the news, in conversations, or from celebrity platforms. The idea of sexual exploitation imagery of children being traded like baseball cards and used as currency in some pedophile circles is mind-blowingly horrifying, but how exactly does all of that […]

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Why I Quit Watching Porn for My Kids, My Wife, and Myself

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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