This post has been a long time in the making. When Breaking Free went live back in the beginning of January one of my first posts responded to one Christian’s negative opinion of accountability software. I didn’t realize then what I know now: there are more detractors in the Christian community than I first thought. In the last few months my dialog with others online has been quite valuable, especially as I read blog posts and comments about why some Christians refuse to use filtering software. Their reasons are, for the most part, entirely theological. I will do my best … Continue reading →
“I stumbled across a porn site by typing in a business address wrong. I went back out of curiosity. Within a matter of days I was doing it on a daily basis; within a matter of weeks, that is all I did. It literally took control and consumed my life. I went from joining all the free stuff, to anything I could to feed my addiction. I began to lie to my husband about working overtime just so I could continue to feed it. I didn’t want to go home. I lost my mind in such a short time that … Continue reading →
For years Michael Leahy has been touring college campuses in the U.S. and Canada with his well-attended and controversial talk, “Porn Nation: The Naked Truth.” Leahy is a recovering sex/porn addict who uses his own story about how pornography nearly ruined his life as a springboard to talk to college students about the prevalence of pornography today. Here’s a short promo video from his campus tour: This month his book, Porn Nation, hits the bookstores.
This is the trailer for the movie FIREPROOF, coming to theaters in August:
I highly recommend taking a look at Judith Reisman’s September article, “The Impotence Pandemic.” It has long been touted by relationship therapists that a little pornography can spice up our sex lives. It is believed that male impotence is caused by a mere lack of visual stimulation: add a little porn and the problem goes away. Or so some think . . . Reisman quotes a sampling of psychiatry professors, neurobiologists, and neuroscientists to demonstrate that rather the opposite is true: Pornography actually does more to contribute to impotence than cure it.