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How Did My Porn Habit Damage My View Of Women?

Bob Haywood, in a great conversation starter for young men in today’s porn-saturated culture, shares the impacts a childhood porn habit affected the ways he saw women growing up.


God’s Good Gift Of Sex

Infatuation Or Love

Porn At Younger Ages

Teens and STDs

Sexting App

Facing Pornography

Neurosurgeon Dr. Donald Hilton Reveals Shocking Scientific Truths About Porn

In a video from Truth About Porn, Fight The New Drug shares an interview with Neurosurgeon Dr Donald Hilton about scientific observations about porn use. Read the article here.

What Teens Wish Parents Knew About Constant Social Media Pressure

ABC News shares a conversation with teens telling parents what they wish they understood about the constant pressure that comes with social media use. Visit link below to see video:

How To Talk To Your Children About Sex

In this roundtable discussion, The Gospel Coalition shares some helpful conversation around talking to your children about sex. Watch as Jen Wilkin, Jason Cooke, and Sam Alberry discuss healthy ways to start these conversations.


How to Talk to Your Children About Sex

Truth About Porn: Dr. William Struthers

Doctor William Struthers (author of Wired For Intimacy: How Pornography Hijacks The Male Brain) talks about the elasticity of our brains, and how important this is in recovery from porn addiction.


Gender Dysphoria and Parents

Hefner and Sexual Freedom


Pornography Isn’t Your Problem

Pastor and speaker Jason Mahr shares a breakup letter to his addiction to pornography and talks about it’s damaging effects on the individual.


Episode 18: “An Honest Discussion about Pornography” with Walt Mueller and Jason Soucinek

Walt and Jason discuss the latest in youth culture including stories about parental shaming on social media, Pokemon Go, texting while driving, Elizabeth Smart, magazine covers and more. For the 2nd and 3rd segments of this podcast, Walt and Jason discuss the devastating effects of pornography and what it does to our brains, our relationships, and even our marriages. They close by looking at both preventive and redemptive steps we can take in dealing with issues related to pornography, both in the lives of our students, as well as our own lives.