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your brain on porn

Curious about the latest research on internet porn’s effects? YBOP is a collection of studies and resources to help you understand exactly how today’s extreme Internet porn can alter the brain

Culture Reframed (academic library)

Peer-reviewed journal articles and selected reports from the last twenty years, exploring the impacts of porn consumption

out of the shadows

Sex is at the core of our identities. And when it becomes a compulsion, it can unravel our lives. Out of the Shadows is the premier work on sexual addiction, written by a pioneer in its treatment. Revised and updated to include the latest research-and to address the exploding phenomenon of cybersex addiction-this third edition identifies the danger signs, explains the dynamics, and describes the consequences of sexual addiction and dependency. With practical wisdom and spiritual clarity, it points the way out of the shadows of sexual compulsion and back into the light and fullness of life. 

Pornland, Gail Dines

As porn culture has become absorbed into pop culture, a new wave of entrepreneurs are creating porn that is even more hard-core, violent, sexist, and racist. Proving that porn desensitizes and actually limits our sexual freedom, Dines argues its omnipresence is a public health concern we can no longer ignore.

confronting porn

Confronting Porn is a biblical and practical approach to the issue of porn, offering hope and support for individuals struggling with porn and those who want to help them. In a new landscape where porn has never been more accessible, anonymous or potentially addictive, this book is a timely response for Christians seeking principles and proven steps towards freedom.

let’s talk porn

Today, most children are first exposed to pornography at a worryingly young age, in fact, porn is the number one sex educator among young teenagers. Porn is a drug, but why isn’t it treated as an addiction? As an expert on issues concerning pornography and sex-buying, Maria Ahlin has given more than 400 public talks on the subject.

why i stopped watching porn

Ran Gavrili shares about the harmful messages he discovered in porn that led to a decision to cut porn out of his life. He now writes and lectures about emotional and physical safe sex; porn and porn-influenced cultural damages; gender and power relations; and sex and intimacy.

Johan’s Story

My first encounter of pornographic pictures was in a magazine at a friend’s house, when I was around…

Women watch porn, too!

While porn use has traditionally been seen as a men’s issue, it’s vital to raise awareness of the st…

Rich’s Story

After doing the Click to Kick course, I have not seen porn for six months – the longest time since I…

Stepping towards freedom

It can feel overwhelming when you realise that porn might be a problem in your life. You’re not alon…
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