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Purity & Anti-Pornography Resources

Anti-Pornography Resources

Catholic Websites

Christian Websites

  • Live Bold Magazine (online) is one of the fastest growing publications for men and men’s ministry.
  • pureHOPE endeavors to provide Christian solutions in a sexualized culture, leading to a world free of sexual exploitation and brokenness.
  • Pure Intimacy is an online ministry of Focus on the Family devoted to the biblical truth that human sexuality flows from the image of God that we bear as male and female and is a good gift from God.
  • Setting Captives Free is a non-denominational ministry which teaches the biblical principles of freedom in Jesus Christ. Our Christ centered courses are free of charge and help people escape impurity, over-eating, substance abuse, gambling, smoking and more.
  • Pink Cross Foundation is a faith-based IRS approved 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to reaching out to adult industry workers offering emotional, financial and transitional support. We largely focus on reaching out to the adult film industry offering education and resources to victims of sex trafficking and violence in the workplace. Pink Cross Foundation also reaches out to those struggling with pornography addiction offering education and large doses of truth to recover.
  • Beggars Daughter is a Christian site run by Jessica Harris for and to women who struggle with pornography. She does much to expose the lie women feel that “they are the only one” and offers real help and resources for women


Secular Websites

  • Since 1997, has helped men and women of all backgrounds recover from pornography addiction.
  • Pornography Harms is dedicated to providing the most accurate peer-reviewed research on the harm from pornography, along with relevant news, opinion and personal experience.
  • The consultation on The Social Costs of Pornography assembled leading experts in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, neurophysiology, philosophy, sociology, law, and political theory to present a rigorously argued overview of the problem of pornography in our society and to make recommendations. The primary purpose of the meeting was to examine the real nature of pornography in its moral and social consequences.
  • The primary objective of the X3Pure project is to enable a speedy and effective recovery for men, women, couples and parents dealing with Internet pornography and other sex-related addictions in the most confidential and professional manner possible.

Spanish Websites


  • CovenantEyes helps you protect your family online. Learn how the Internet is used in your home.
  • Enough is Enough has recently launched a new multi-media program, Internet Safety 101, to educate, equip and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the knowledge and resources needed to effectively protect children from the dangers of online pornography, sexual predators, cyberbullies and threats relating to social networking, online gaming and mobile devices.
  • Safe Eyes is Mac, PC, and iOS compatible software that protects your family from harmful content and other dangers on the Internet.
  • i-SAFE is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and empowering youth (and others) to safely, responsibly, and productively use information and communications technologies.
  • Family Safe Media provides parental control solutions for families concerned about the profanity, promiscuity and violence in today’s media and entertainment.
  • is a network of lodging facilities that—based on some of the best research available—do not offer in-room, “adult” (pornographic) pay-per- view movies.
  • pureHOPE seeks to assist parents in making an informed decision when purchasing filtering, blocking, or monitoring software for their family.
  • FBI Kids Safety – resource that teaches children about internet safety.


12-Step Groups

  • Catholic Support Group for Sexual Addictions Recovery. Sexual addiction can lead to arrest and prison. Avoid that tragedy and find freedom from this compulsion. Join us in the quest for healing and purity
  • Sexaholics Anonymous International. Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover. Our primary purpose is to stay sexually sober and help others to achieve sexual sobriety.
  • S-Anon International. S-Anon is a program of recovery for those who have been affected by someone else’s sexual behavior.

Men’s Groups

  • Under Christ the King’s universal call to serve, we as The King’s Men pledge to unite and build up other men in the mold of leader, protector, and provider through education, formation, and action.
  • Promise Keepers’ mission has been to ignite and unite men to become warriors who will change their world through living out the Seven Promises.
  • St. Joseph’s Covenant Keepers is an informal international network of Christian men, under the patronage of St. Joseph, dedicated to strengthening the family.

Women’s Groups

  • Women of Grace is a Catholic apostolate whose mission is to transform the world one woman at a time by affirming women in their dignity and vocation as daughters of God and in their gift of authentic femininity.


English Books

• Be a M an! Becoming the M an God Created You to Be, by Fr. Larry Richards.
• Boys to M en: T he T ransforming Power of Virtue, by Tim Gray and Curtis Martin.
• Breaking Free: 12 Steps to Sexual Purity for M en, by Stephen Wood.
• T he Courage to be Chaste, by Fr. Benedict J. Groeschel, C.F.R.
• Every Man’s Battle: Winning the War on Sexual Temptation One Victory at a Time, Every Young Man’s Battle: Strategies for Victory in the Real World of Sexual Temptation, Preparing Your Son for Every Man’s Battle: Honest Conversations About Sexual Integrity, by Stephen Arterburn and Fred Stoeker.
• Holy Sex! A Catholic Guide to Toe-Curling, Mind-Blowing, Infallible Loving, by Gregory K. Popcak, Ph.D.
• Hope After Betrayal: Healing When Sexual Addiction I nvades Your M arriage, by Meg Wilson.
• In the Shadows of the N et: Breaking Free of Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior, Out of the Shadows: Understanding Sexual Addiction, by Patrick Carnes.
• Pure Manhood, by Jason Evert.
• Pure Womanhood, by Crystalina Evert.
• Theology of the Body for Beginners: A Basic Introduction to Pope John Paul I I ‘s Sexual Revolution, by Christopher West.
• Treating Pornography Addiction: The Essential T ool for Recovery, by Kevin B.Skinner, Ph.D.

Spanish Books

 Amor y Vida, por Patrick Reidy.
 La belleza de la sexualidad, por Tomás Melendo.
 Como sanar las heridas de la adicción sexual, por Dr. Mark Laaser.
 Como usar las nuevas tecnologías en la familia, por Marianela Jaúdenes.
 La moral sexual explicada a los jóvenes, por André Leonard.
 ¡Por favor, háblame del amor!, por Inés Pelissie du Rausas.


English Articles

• “The Effects of Pornography on Individuals, Marriage, Family and Community,” by Patrick F. Fagan, Ph.D.
• “Escaping Pornography (Part 1) – The Heart Battle,” by John R. Murphy
• “Escaping Pornography (Part 2) – The Root Cause,” by John R. Murphy
• “Escaping Pornography (Part 3): Addicted to Broken Promises,” by John R. Murphy
• “Escaping Pornography (Part 4): You Are Not Alone,” by John R. Murphy
• “Is Porn That Depicts the Subjugation of Hispanic Women Tied to the Rise of Hate Crimes Against Latinos?” by Alisa Valdes
• “More Women Lured to Pornography Addiction,” by Rachel B. Duke addiction/?page=all.
• “Not a Fantasy: Racial Hatred and Misogyny in Pornography,” by Joyce Wu
• “Porn Among Friends Is No Laughing Matter,”
• “Pornography,” by Gerald Korson
• “Pornography: What’s the Problem?” by Mark J. Houck
• “Racism in Pornography,” by Alice Mayall and Diana E. H. Russell
• “The Weight of Smut,” by Mary Eberstadt
• “Why More and More Women Are Using Pornography,” by Tanith Carey

Spanish Articles

• “7 Pasos para Proteger a tu Familia de la Pornografía,”
• “Libérese de la pornografía,” por Steve Wood
• “Pornografía: ¿Cuál es el problema?” por Mark J. Houck
• “La pornografía: De la curiosidad, al placer y a la autodestrucción,” por Andrea Acosta