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REQUEST FOR A SPEAKER, INTERVIEW OR GUEST BLOGGER, ETC: We now have two volunteers who are available to be interviewed, write for publications, or to speak or debate at any type of event or function!
1) Sex industry survivor Vanessa Belmond spent seven years working as a porn peformer, stripper, webcam performer and "escort." She is now an anti-porn activist and volunteer for AntiPornography.org. Vanessa is available to speak, write, or be interviewed on a wide variety of subjects concerning the harms of pornography, prostitution, or related issues.
Learn more about Vanessa and read her many articles on her page on our website at the link below, and then if you're interested in having her speak at your event, write for your publication, or be interviewed by you, please fill out our form here. Thanks!
2) Jessie Rogers entered the porn industry at the age of eighteen and left one and a half years later after many abusive and harmful experiences, including suffering a severe injury and contracting herpes. Jessie then spoke out and testified in favor of the madatory use of condoms in pornography.Jessie is now helping to educate the public about the harms of pornography in YouTube videos as a volunteer for AntiPornography.org.
Jessie is available to speak, debate, write, or be interviewed on any aspect of the harms of working in the porn industry. If you're interested in having Jessie speak at your event, engage in a debate, write for your publication, or be interviewed by you, please fill out our form here. Thanks!
Note: We reserve the right to decline offers for Vanessa or Jessie to speak, write, or be interviewed, due to them being too busy with other obligations, or for any other reason as relevant. Thanks for understanding!
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RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS: If you are having problems in your relationship because of pornography, please read this helpful Q&A by relationship expert Wendy Maltz here: http://stoppornculture.org/q-a/ (Wendy Maltz, LCSW, DST, is an internationally recognized author, psychotherapist, and certified diplomate sex therapist whose books include "The Porn Trap: The Essential Guide to Overcoming Problems Caused by Pornography," and "The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for Survivors of Sexual Abuse." Wendy is co-producer of the video, "Relearning Touch: Healing Techniques for Couples." She is an experienced conference presenter and media guest. Her educational websitewww.HealthySex.com has numerous articles that assist in pornography problem prevention and recovery.)
PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION: If you're having difficulty with pornography addiction or compulsion, and you need help or someone to talk to, we are not properly equipped to effectively assist you. However the good news is that there are many people who are able to do so, so please see our pornography addiction page here, where you will find many excellent resources, including professional pornography addiction therapists and treatment organizations. Please seek professional help if you are able to, and/or join an online support forum/messageboard such as the one atwww.no-porn.com.
There are many people who post at the no-porn.com forum message board who are going through what you are, or have in the past, so you don't have to go through your struggles alone. They understand. So if you cannot afford a professional therapist, please visit the message board there at no-porn.com and share what is going on with you in order to get support from others. Note: there are many other pornography addiction message boards on the Internet. Please see our pornography addiction page for other websites with message boards or forums, or scroll down to the footer of this page and check out the pornography addiction section.
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IDEAS OR SUGGESTIONS FOR ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ACTIVIST ACTIONS AND PROJECTS: If you have an idea for something that could be done that you think would help with the cause, excellent. Please go ahead and carry out that idea. It takes the work and commitment of all of us to get the job done, and we are already more than busy with the projects that we have going here at AntiPornography.org and at many other websites on the Internet. So your help is needed. Please feel free to send a link to any Internet documentation of your work and we will be happy to post it here to support you. (When you're ready you can submit that link here.) IN OTHER WORDS: Please do NOT e-mail us with any ideas or suggestions of anything more that you would like us to do in addition to our current projects, as we will not be able to do those projects, due to needing to focus on already existing commitments. Please do whatever work or projects you think need to be done YOURSELF, as YOUR contribution to the cause. Your help will be much appreciated. Thanks! :-)
LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO TALK TO ABOUT PORNOGRAPHY ISSUES: We understand how hard it can be to feel alone about the issue of pornography and have no one to talk to about it. So it is important to connect with others of like mind. The good news is that there are many places on the Internet where you can find others who feel like you do. You can find many of them at social networking websites such as Facebook. Just search their groups sections for "anti-pornography," "antipornography," "anti-porn," and "antiporn." You will find many groups, some with hundreds of members, with people who have the time and willingness to talk to you. Also please scroll down further on this page and look in the message boards sections and check those out. Please keep looking until you find the right place for you online where you feel at home and there are people you feel comfortable with to talk to.
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This outstanding website comprehensively addresses the harms of pornography in regards to all of the following categories: addiction, brain science, children, cybersex, family, Internet, Internet safety, marriage, men, psychological, prostitution, relationships, research, self image, sex trafficking, sexting, sexual violence, societal, STDs, teens, and women.
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At AntiPornography.orgwe are working to prevent and combat the devastating harms of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking and sexual slavery, as well as all other forms of sexual exploitation, through public education and advocacy. We are:
Pro-Education, Pro Safe, Healthy, Respectful, Equality-Based Sexuality
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RESOURCES, FRIENDS, SUPPORTERS AND ALLIES:
NOTE: All those marked with * are friends, subscribers or followers of AntiPornography.org at Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, or one of our other social networking websites, or have demonstrated support for our work otherwise, such as providing content for this website or linking to us or to one of our blogs and/or social networking projects. Also please note that the below list is a work in progress and that it is not complete. Please share any errors, omissions or suggestions here. Thank you!
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ANTI-PORNOGRAPHY ORGANIZATIONS GROUPS AND WEBSITES:
Saavi Accountability -- The only online accountability program that works with all online addictions. It is also the only program that sends notifications instantly via text message to an accountability partner so that they can be supportive when an individual needs it the most at the point of weakness, while they are accessing the online content. The software was created by a young man (26) who overcame his addiction and is trying to help others.
ADDICTION MESSAGE BOARDS & DISCUSSION FORUMS FOR HELP & SUPPORT:
(Note: The No Porn Northampton FAQ is in the bottom half of their sidebar. In addition to the usual questions about pornography it addresses questions and concerns about activism against sexually oriented businesses such as "adult bookstores.")
"Pornography is a marketing device for sex trafficking: It normalizes degradation and violence as acceptable and even inevitable parts of sex, and uses the bodies of real women and children as objects. The difference between pornography and erotica is clear in the roots of the words themselves -- porne means females slaves, eros means love -- so pornography, like rape, is about violence and domination, not sex. Millions of lives depend on our ability to separate pornography from erotica, and to disentangle violence from sexuality."
Gloria Steinem, 2006
For information about Gloria Steinem's important work of fighting against the harms of pornography, sex trafficking and other forms of sexual exploitation and abuse, including videos and an audio interview, please see our page on Gloria Steinem. Click here.
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