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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Classic PKL
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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Brain Heart World
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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Fortify
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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Give One For Love
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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Give One For Love
“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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Give One For Love
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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Give One For Love
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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QotD: “The portrayal of porn culture as an empowering, feminist win epitomizes the degree to which pop culture feminism has lost its way”

By antiplondon Last Sunday, a number of Pornhub’s most popular Asian performers took to the runway at New York Fashion Week to model the “Herotica” collection from Namilia. The designers behind the label, Nan Li and Emilia Pfohl, described their choice of models as a “feminist statement.” Li explained, “The cosmos of sexual pleasure has […]

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QotD: “Testimony did not seem to bring a revolution”

By antiplondon Crimes have a tendency to become not just stories but genres, once we get too accustomed to them. As more and more stories of sexual assault have been made public in the last two years, the genre of their telling has exploded. One thing we often do with narratives of sexual assault is […]

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Give One For Love
How to Communicate Effectively with Your Spouse

By Richard De La Mora Men and Women Communicate Differently. Let’s face it; men and women communicate differently. Some would even say we speak different languages. Never have I found this statement to be more accurate until marriage. When men communicate, they often talk with the “give them the meat, throw away the bone mentality.” […]

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The Little Things Matter

By Kris Rios The Month of Love is Here February has finally approached us again. Draped on every storefront in our small town of Santa Barbara are heart cut-outs, pictures of cupid, and of course, the signs that read buy him/her the perfect gift this year. As I curiously looked at all the decorative love […]

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QotD: Social media make girls think choking during sex is ‘normal’

By antiplondon Teenagers are being exposed to graphic images on social media that promote life-threatening sexual acts, such as strangulation and erotic asphyxiation, prompting concerns that this is “normal” for a generation. An investigation by this newspaper has uncovered hundreds of images of sexualised choking and strangulation on the virtual scrapbook Pinterest, the photo-sharing platform […]

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Brain Heart World
QotD: “Rotherham police chief: we ignored sex abuse of children”

By antiplondon A senior police officer admitted that his force ignored the sexual abuse of girls by Pakistani grooming gangs for decades because it was afraid of increasing “racial tensions”, a watchdog has ruled. After a five-year investigation, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) upheld a complaint that the Rotherham officer told a missing […]

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