Most parents can’t imagine their sweet little girl getting into porn. We try to protect their innocence, and hope they will grow up and find their one true love. We hope they have a future that involves marriage and family.

The porn industry has other ideas. They know that women are the last stronghold for morality. The porn industry is not satisfied with grooming female porn stars, they want female porn consumers. Porn producers are aggressively targeting women.

No One Talks About It 

Porn has always been a man’s pastime. People almost expect it, or at least tolerate it. People have an easier time understanding a man’s problem with pornography. However, women are just as vulnerable as men when it comes to sex addictions.

Most recovery programs have focused on men, but that’s changing due to the work of Jessica Harris. She bravely started sharing her testimony in 2009 through her blog, Beggars Daughter, and then it went viral. Jessica was the last person anyone would expect to have this problem. A good Christian girl, active in ministry, a top student with a busy life. How could she possibly be addicted to porn?

Debunking the myth that girls don’t do porn. Watch Jessica Harris’ testimony.

 


It’s Time to Face the Cultural Facts

Both boys and girls are exposed to porn online. Through an innocent search while doing homework, or because a friend showed them some phone pics. Sexting is commonplace among middle and high school kids. The porn industry has targeted kids online since the 90’s. The stats show the success rate of the growing porn culture.

According to a survey conducted by the Barna Group in the U.S. in 2014:

Number of men that say they view pornography at least once a month:

  • 18-30-year-olds, 79%;
  • 31-49-year-olds, 67%;
  • 50-68-year-olds, 49%

These men say they view pornography at least several times a week:

  • 18-30-year-olds, 63%;
  • 31-49-year-olds, 38%;
  • 50-68-year-olds, 25%

Number of women that say they view pornography at least once a month:

  • 18-30-year-olds, 76%;
  • 31-49-year-olds, 16%;
  • 50-68-year-olds, 4%

These women say they view pornography at least several times a week:

  • 50-68-year-old’s, 0%
  • 31-49-year-olds, 5%;
  • 18-30-year-olds, 21%;

Married compared to unmarried:

  • 55% of married men say they watch porn at least once a month, compared to 70% of not married men.
  • 25% of married women say they watch porn at least once a month, compared to 16% of not married women.

Protecting God’s Daughters

Women need our support in the fight against porn. Women are more likely to recognise their addiction and want help, but less likely to find help. Women are more likely to be scorned if they reveal their problem. We live in an age where women are expected to be equal to men, but they are judged unfairly.

Women need to know their true value. The porn industry is right about one thing: women are the last frontier for sexual morality. Mothers, daughters and sisters need to lead the fight against porn and create the support network to help each other. Come to the High Noon Summit, let’s do it together!

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