Alia’s Story – She Left the Porn Industry Behind

By Alia Cheyenne I always knew I would enter the sex industry. My understanding of worth and beauty was so entangled with that of the porn stars I had grown up idealizing, that entering the industry was inevitable. Leaving, on the other hand, was something I never expected. My earliest memories are intertwined with pornography […]

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How I Overcame Childhood Trauma

By Brittni De La Mora Abuse: treat a person with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly. Unfortunately, childhood abuse is common, and if you have experienced it, whether physical, verbal, or sexual, I want to say that I am sorry for what happened to you. No excuse in the world can excuse what that […]

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Avoiding the Digital Trap

By roubicekandthacker Porn addicts who have used the internet countless times to act out are now being asked to move all t Source:: https://lifestarcentralvalley.wordpress.com/2020/04/30/avoiding-the-digital-trap/

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QotD: “71% of child sex abuse images are from Netherlands”

By antiplondon The majority of online child sexual abuse material is hosted in the Netherlands, where greater internet freedoms have made the country a hub for illegal websites, figures show. The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has said that 90 per cent of URLs for child abuse content are in Europe, the majority in the Netherlands. […]

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Are You Doing Accountability The Wrong Way?

By Sathiya Sam Has someone talked to you about the importance of community recently? How about the value of vulnerability? I bet you’ve seen content on both subjects at least once in the last six months. Interestingly enough – science has shown the percentage of people in this world without ANY confidants (not even one) […]

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What Are You Running From?

By Brittni De La Mora Everybody Has Issues Some people were taught how to deal with them healthily by addressing them, processing them, and learning from them. However, the vast majority were not taught those valuable lessons. Rather than healing from the heartbreak, you might have been taught to avoid it. Instead of managing your […]

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3 Ways COVID Cures Porn Addiction

By Sathiya Sam COVID is changing everything. We don’t know how exactly, but it’s clear that things will never be the same. I have to be honest; the scale of this situation feels similar to September 11, 2001. This is a global situation that will have long-term global ramifications. I am ever the opportunist. I […]

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Joshua’s Story: From Porn Star to Pastor

By Joshua Broome Meet Joshua Broome My name is Joshua Broome, and I have been in over 1,000 pornographic films, won various awards, traveled the world, and grossed over a million dollars. Some may have thought that I had it all, but during this time I was close to taking my life. Joshua’s Childhood I […]

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Why is COVID-19 Causing Me to Relapse?

By Shawn Bonneteau Like most of us, COVID-19 has caused some tremendous change in our everyday life. You may be feeling emotions, experiencing things, and dealing with situations you have never had to deal with before. When our world gets turned upside down, sometimes we do too. This may look very different for each one […]

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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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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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3 Things To Get Free Now

By Sathiya Sam Pornography is a prevalent commodity in our society today, with over 2 billion pornographic websites on the internet. Things weren’t always this way. As recently as 20-30 years ago, porn existed in magazines & secret rooms of local convenience stores. While these media forms were hidden, they were common. Pornography is media-based, […]

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“My search for the boy in a child abuse video”

By antiplondon One day, just after I had dropped my son off at school, I was sent a horrific video on WhatsApp. It made me question how images and videos of child sex abuse come to be made, and how they can be openly circulated on social media. And I wanted one answer above all […]

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Secondhand Porn

By Cap Stewart When the doctor told Nathan that he had the lungs of a heavy smoker, he protested, “I never smoked a day in my life!” What he failed to take into account was that the casino where he worked allowed public smoking. He eventually quit his job at the casino. Unfortunately, it was […]

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QotD: “We have to talk to our sons about sex”

By antiplondon When Adam Lazarus complained about a seven-year-old boy putting his hands on his daughter at school, he was told not to cry sexual assault. “They don’t think like that,” the teachers said, “not at that age.” “But it’s power,” Lazarus seethes, recounting the incident. “It’s gendered power, and if you excuse it this […]

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