Welcome to the next installment of our series Blocking Porn: Browsers. This is just a small piece of advice for content blocking…
Maybe you’ve noticed that Google removed the popular “accountability” apps Covenant Eyes and Accountable2You from its Play store last week.
Content blockers can impact the digital lives that kids lead. They live on their phones: Discord, Snapchat, Instagram, YouTube, BeReal, and TikTok.
There are many ways to block pornography; from narrow, focused methods to broad, restrictive methods. In this installment I’m going to give you an overview…
Do you have kids? Do you waste time indulging in idleness? Do you have a difficult to control compulsion? There’s lots of reasons to block pornography. Here’s a look at the top 3 reasons to block porn.
What is the science behind pornography induced erectile dysfunction? Learn more from this new study in the JMIR Health and Surveillance Journal.
Protect Children is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization, that recently published the results of their survey, which looked at CSAM on the Dark Web.
Therapists, myself included, are worried about kids being exposed to pornography at an early age or are learning about sex from porn.
There are many articles relating to the pornography epidemic but there are few studies about those assertions and even fewer about pornography and BDSM.
I saw ACE: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society and the Meaning of Sex by Angela Chen mentioned on the list serve for the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA). As a clinician who works nearly entirely with clients with some type of problematic sexual behavior, I was keen to read this book. […]