Megyn Kelly Today, Jan 11, 2018
Erica Garza says she was just 12 years old when her addiction to pornography began, an obsession that turned into a sex addiction she describes in her book “Getting Off.” She opens up to Megyn Kelly about her journey to self-acceptance after putting herself into “some destructive and unhealthy situations.”
Paul Ginocchio, 2014
Paul Ginocchio’s “The Courage to Love,” a pioneering documentary about four individuals’ journeys from the pain and shame of sexual addiction to the hope and healing of recovery.
“It is my hope that The Courage to Love will help to educate people who are curious or confused about sexual addiction and ultimately to help those who are still suffering.” – Paul Ginocchio, MFT, Filmmaker
Jonathan Schneider, 2000
This educational video has an important message: pornography is an addiction. Its effects on users and their loved ones are just as habit-forming and destructive as heroin, tobacco, or any other addictive agent. The film shows how pornography promotes contempt towards the women and children it exploits. The program features disturbing interviews with pornography addicts, many of whom are convicted sex offenders. They talk frankly about how pornography affects their psyches and systems, coloring all their activities and relationships.
TEDxBinghamtonUniversity, Mar 27, 2015
Pornography has quietly taken the world by storm. A growing body of research is shedding light on the destructive effects that widespread consumption of porn may be having, with disturbing parallels to realizations about tobacco use a generation ago. An online community called NoFap has sprung up in response and is a rapidly growing open forum for those struggling with and speaking out against pornography, epitomizing the power of community – and the double-edged sword of technology.
Sophomore Jack Fischer, a Binghamton University Scholar majoring in computer science and math, is passionate about public education, data and technology, and has coded a motivational panic button used millions of times a year by those participating in NoFap. He has worked at The New York Times and while there demonstrated differences in how public and private universities are publicized. He loves hackathons and is an active participant in Binghamton’s own HackBU, also working with its leaders to coach students learning how to code.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Christian J. Pinto, 2007
Why are America's children disappearing? Why must parents live in fear that their children will be molested, abducted, or worse? Parents live in a state of continual fear. No longer do mothers worry about little Johnny coming home late for dinner - they must wonder if he will come home at all. But how did our country reach this point?
The Kinsey Syndrome unfolds the work and influence of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, considered to be "the father of the sexual revolution." But did Kinsey liberate America from its prudish view of sex? Or help to unleash the horrors of our present society?
This documentary shows how "The Kinsey Reports" have been used to change the laws concerning sex crimes in America, resulting in the minimal sentences so often given to rapists and pedophiles. Further explained is that the Kinsey data laid the foundation for sex education -- training teachers, psychologists and even Catholic priests in human sexuality. What has been the consequence? And what was Kinsey's research really based upon?
Working secretly in his attic, Dr. Kinsey was one of America's original pornographers. His influence inspired Hugh Hefner to launch Playboy Magazine - the "soft" approach to porn - which in time would escalate the widespread use of pornography through magazines, cable TV and the Internet. In 2006 the California Child Molestation & Sexual Abuse Attorneys reported that: "The number of victims of childhood sexual abuse and molestation grows each year. This horrific crime is directly tied to the growth of pornography on the Internet."
Perhaps most disturbing, Alfred Kinsey has been accused of training pedophiles to work with stopwatches and record the responses of children being raped - all in the name of "science." Among his workers was a Nazi pedophile whose relationship to Kinsey was exposed in a German court. The information from these crimes was then recorded in "Table 34" of Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. How can lawmakers use such a document to define the moral parameters of our society?
Why has the truth about Kinsey been suppressed for so long? And what can Americans do to make a difference?
Sexual Exploitation Summit, Sep 22, 2016
The Internet has revolutionized the way we live, work and play. Yet, there is a dark side. Child pornography and child exploitation have exploded. Human trafficking has moved from the streets to the Internet. A new anonymous “Deep Web” has emerged, utilized by traffickers, pedophiles and others. And the developing brains of children are being bombarded with extreme pornography. Unless we better protect our children, we will see future generations of damaged adults and great societal harm.
International Expert in Child Protection, Public Private Partnerships and the Dark Side of the Internet
Ernie Allen is a global expert on the issues of child abduction, sexual exploitation, sexual violence, human trafficking, public-private partnerships and the digital economy. He currently serves on several corporate boards and is an advisor to governments, law enforcement, technology companies, international and American nonprofit organizations. Earlier this year he was appointed by the British government as Chairman of the International Advisory Board for UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s global initiative to combat online child abuse and exploitation. He frequently speaks to global audiences on these issues and is in demand as a motivational speaker.
Mr. Allen was founder, first Chairman and then President and CEO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children where he established the national CyberTipline for reporting sexual exploitation and helped the U.S. Marshals track down 100,000 fugitive sex offenders. He created the national Missing Children’s hotline; brought age progression and forensic services to law enforcement and provided training for more than 300,000 police officers. During his tenure more than 180,000 missing children were recovered and the recovery rate of missing children increased from 62% to 97%.
To extend the effort to protect children globally, he founded the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children and served simultaneously as its President and CEO. He built a global missing children’s network that included 23 nations, trained law enforcement in 121 countries, worked with parliaments to enact new laws on child pornography in 100 countries. He brought global attention to the risks of unregulated virtual currencies and the anonymous “Deep Web” and led efforts to implement new policies worldwide.
He also created coalitions and led efforts to work with the world’s leading financial institutions to reduce commercial child pornography from a $30 billion industry to virtually zero; to work with leading technology companies to address child victimization; and to work with major pharmaceutical companies to address child sexual exploitation as a public health crisis.
Mr. Allen’s work has been widely recognized and he is the author of numerous articles and book chapters.
Fanlight Productions, 2005
This disturbing documentary enters the world of juvenile sex offenders whose victims are younger children. It explores the lives of three convicted teens between the ages of 15 and 17 (two male, one female), all of whom were themselves sexually abused when they were younger. Their victims were as young as four. The program offers a rare glimpse into the reality of adolescent sex offenders, as well as the experiences of professionals who are working to end the cycle of sexual exploitation. In graphic detail, participants in a treatment program discuss their evolution from sexual prey to sexual predators, from victims to victimizers.
Made in collaboration with a southeastern Pennsylvania outpatient treatment facility, the film explores the experiences, motivations, and aspirations of adolescent sex offenders and examines some strategies being used to rehabilitate them. The teens discuss their sexual experiences, the development of their offense cycle, what they have learned in treatment and their hopes for the future. Program staff and international experts comment on the importance of treatment and concerns about the effectiveness of mandatory registration programs. Juvenile justice authorities discuss the challenge of balancing community safety with rehabilitation. This is an excellent introduction to this issue, and to one cognitive-behavioral approach to the treatment of sexual offenders.
Soul to Sole Choreography, Sep 26, 2016
Today, a growing pornified culture is sexualizing children at younger and younger ages and is distorting children's dance. Help protect children from being sexualized in dance.
Open Lens Media , Aug 31, 2008
Examines the unprecedented role that commercial pornography occupies in American popular culture. The film explores what happens when images of sexual degradation are used for arousal.
Vice, 12 apr. 2017
Utah has started a war against pornography. In 2016, Utah became the first State to officially declare porn a public health crisis, claiming porn has “detrimental” effect on brain function, contributes to “emotional and medical illnesses,” and gives rise to “deviant sexual arousal.” But with the science being murky at best, is this just Mormon morality infiltrating Utah legislation?
Porn is obviously a polarizing topic. The LDS Church ("Mormons") perpetuate the belief that porn addiction is a “plague like we have never seen,” however, the psychiatric community does not even recognize porn as a clinical diagnosis. So, is porn actually contaminating our brains, or is this symbolic porn ban just a way of shaming Utah residents for their sexual desires? Having sprung out of this repression, the pornography site MormonGirlz.com, founded by a lapsed mormon, directly plays on LDS inspired sexual oppression for the sake of titillation - illustrating the ultimate backlash against suppressed sexual desires.
In this episode of Slutever, Karley travels to Utah to investigate the state's complicated, illicit and shamefully sexy world of porn. Karley speaks to members of Mormon church and other porn-haters at Utah’s annual anti-porn convention, and spends some quality time with erotically-liberated resistance.
In her show Slutever, VICE's resident sexpert Karley Sciortino explores the mysterious labyrinth of human sexuality and check out the various ways that people around the world like to get off.
National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Okt 31, 2018
Pornography is more pervasive than ever. Our culture has become pornified and today’s teens are being bombard with sexually graphic content. Finally, the scientific research is catching up. Pornography harms. It is destroying our brain, our relationships, and our ability to love.
Join Ben Miller, National Center on Sexual Exploitation, as he presents the latest information on the harms of pornography and ways we can combat it.
Benjamin Nolot, July 2013
Human Trafficking is a 32 billion dollar industry! We were born in the most sexually turbulent times in human history! Lord open our eyes to the disillusionment!
The most devastating outcome of the sexual revolution is that it disconnected sex from love in the name of freedom.
A healthy sexuality is an expression of love and intimacy not a substitute for it.
The end result of lust is a heart shut down and a life destroyed.
Men are not creatures dominated by sexuality! Men are the protectors, the liberators, and the servants of God's order!
Women are not sexual objects to be conquered! Women are the crowning glory and beauty of God's creation!
Destructive sexuality tries to be a substitute for true God-given love and intimacy.
We don't seem like a Bride without stain & blemish, but Jesus WILL take a prostituted Bride and make us clean & spotless.
The sexual lies of enemy are going to be demolished by the mighty hand of God!
1) Abstain from toxic sexuality 2) Guide sexuality with discretion. 3) Establish appropriate relationships
The Lord will have a pure and spotless bride when He returns. The Church will be ready with pure eyes and pure love.
Jesus is stronger than the spirit of lust that has raped this generation, every chain will be broken at His name
The weakness for a woman is to exploit her beauty and a weakness for a man is to consume her.
Please pray for our new documentary which will basically be a cinematic representation of what I spoke about tonight. [email protected]
"Listening to @BenjaminNolot gives me hope that women could be valued for who they are and men could rise up as protectors of the weak."
Nefarious, 2011 (Trailer)
Liberated, 2017 (Trailer)
TED, Sep 30, 2019
"The free, online, mainstream pornography that teenagers are most likely to see is a completely terrible form of sex education," says public health researcher Emily F. Rothman. She shares how her mission to end dating and sexual violence led her to create a pornography literacy program that helps teens learn about consent and respect -- and invites them to think critically about sexually explicit media.
France 24, Mar 26, 2018
Today's Focus report looks at the growing use of pornography among teenagers in France and what impact this is having on their relationships. Some 95 percent of the videos they watch are available online, for free and without parental control. As a result, some schools have decided to change the way they deal with sex education.
Studio 10, Aug 19, 2014
Professor Catharine Lumby writes about teenage boys, social media and pornography for The Hoopla. What do you think and how would you approach it?
Studio 10, Jan 7, 2019
These days you don't need to click very far on the internet to find porn, but experts are worried what it's doing to peoples' brains. Psychologist Amanda Gordon shares her insights and possible solutions.
Teal Swan, Okt 16, 2015
Pornography is the portrayal of sexual subject matter for the purpose of sexual arousal. Porn is a multi billion dollar industry. It must be understood that seeking out pleasure is not wrong so it is useless to discuss the rightness or wrongness of porn. We must instead develop perspective about porn. In this episode, Teal discusses Pornography in depth and then offers tips for how people can overcome porn addiction.
TEDxNavesink, Apr 28, 2015
Popular culture bombards us with hypersexualized images of women and men, conveying powerful images that help shape our sexuality. Dr. Gail Dines, recipient of the Myers Center Award for the Study of Human Rights in North America, sociology and women's studies professor, and porn industry researcher and writer, explores how masculinity and femininity are shaped by pornified images that spill over into our most private worlds. In Dr. Gail Dines' compelling talk, she exposes the effects of porn culture on pop culture and the impact on children and young adults growing up in a pornified culture today, addressing how nonprofit organization Culture Reframed is "solving the public health crisis of the digital age".
Popular culture bombards us with hyper-sexualized images of idealized women and men, conveying powerful messages that help shape sexuality. Dr. Gail Dines explores how masculinity and femininity are shaped by pornified images that spill over into our most private worlds.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Studio 10, Oct 25, 2016
We're joined by a panel of experts and young people for our special investigation into the impact porn has on our society.
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