The non-preachy truth about porn

Wednesday, November 7, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

hotel room remote no pornA new documentary is now available to educate the public on the dangers of pornography.

"Fight the New Drug" was created to get the truth about porn to the public. As part of its campaign, the organization has produced a three-part documentary.

"The first episode focuses on the brain and the neurological implications and challenges that people and individuals face with continued consumption of pornography," explains the group's president and co-founder, Clay Olsen. "Episode two focuses on relationships and connections and intimacy and love."

The final episode, he adds, deals with the societal impact – one such issue being trafficking of women and children.

Olsen, who formed the organization while still in college ten years ago, points out that modern-day devices have spread porn to the privacy of one's own home and to children's smartphones, desensitizing the public to what is normal and healthy – thus the motivation behind the documentaries.

Olson

"We knew that we wanted to take an approach that helped individuals recognize the issue without being preachy or without putting it through a lens of a particular belief system or moral code or a particular political affiliation," he says, adding that it also doesn't condemn people who use porn.

The organization is known for its live presentations around the U.S. addressing the issue, so Olson expects the three-part series will reach even more people. Fight the New Drug has set up a new website (BrainHeartWorld.org) to make the series available as well as downloadable resources to fight the new drug.

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