Want to write for the Covenant Eyes blog? Share the story of your journey to freedom from pornography. Let us know how you overcame porn or how Covenant Eyes has made a difference in your life or the lives of those you love. The first part to quitting porn is you really have to want to quit porn. You need to be sick and tired of porn and the sickness that it causes you in order to quit.
And many people may think that they have sexual freedom when in actuality they do not. We live in a very sexually oppressive and controlling culture in which most people are actually not sexually free, as they do not feel free to make their own choices sexually due to various social pressures. And thus most people are not sexually healthy or happy, and will even take on the social narratives of their oppression to make excuses for why they are not doing what they really want to, or even deny that they want what they want, and say that they want what they are told to want by society, when in fact they do not. I recently put out a video on my philosophy of the value of sexual freedom that you may have seen. But in such a culture of sexual oppression in which people have been so brainwashed with the narratives of sexual oppression most people are complete strangers to the idea of sexual freedom, and probably have no idea what it is or means, and why it is something that everyone should have. So many people may be wondering, what is sexual freedom exactly?
Sign in. Preaching to the chorus, pornographer Fred J. It should have been made in the '60s on film and necessarily soft-core, rather than a hardcore video 20 years later.
Pornography is a big problem in our society, particularly among young people. We now have the neuroscience evidence to show us that pornography is an addictive substance. Many experts call Internet pornography the new crack cocaine. So how is pornography addictive?