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  • Writer's pictureDana Parriera, Director of Abolition

Breaking Free

I am excited to share that we have finished Breaking Free, a Journey of Freedom from Porn. This resource is a video course that will assist men and couples with the tools they need to live a life of freedom from porn. You might be asking yourself what trafficking has to do with porn. But if you can believe it, the demand for trafficking is pornography. If you back up the demand of trafficking - all the way to the beginning, you will find that porn is the problem. To make it quick, this is because no one wants to see porn that they already viewed. So to meet the demand of the viewing market, more victims need to be sexually exploited for more porn to be made. This means newly recruited victims must be pulled into the sex trade to be marked.



Research reveals 68 million search queries on the internet, or one out of every four searches, are related to porn.(1) But what about Christians? According to Barna Research, 68% of church-going men and more than 50% of pastors regularly view porn. And when it comes to Christians 18-24 years old, 76% actively search for porn.(2) We have also focused on men for this course. Although there are women who desire to be freed from porn, we know that men are more than 543% more likely to look at porn than women.(3) We thought we would start here.


We can’t ignore this demand for trafficking, and that is why we have worked hard to create a resource that equips and informs men about the travesties of porn, as well as the tools to self-evaluate and no longer cope by using porn. Throughout the course, there are also printable PDFs that allow each person to work through their past trauma (if they have any), past sexual exposure (often as a child), coping skills, lies they believe, and time to self-reflect as they journey into freedom. We know that porn is at the heart of trafficking, but what better way of prevention than to help those who desire to be freed of porn with a tool that men, families, churches, and individuals can benefit from. You can visit BreakingFree.Today for more information.



  1. https://www.webroot.com/au/en/resources/tips-articles/internet-pornography-by-the-numbers

  2. https://www.barna.com/research/porn-in-the-digital-age-new-research-reveals-10-trends/

  3. https://www.diverseeducation.com/opinion/article/15095431/growing-number-of-people-addicted-to-pornography-alarming




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