Streams

Porn is everywhere. Sexualisation is one of the biggest issues facing our generation. This week we have a few articles and testimonies about pornography, and we at The Bridge truly believe that this is not a subject to hide from, but to bring out into the open.

by Abi Pitt

A Girls Porno

A Girls Porno

Tackling the taboo subject of girls using porn...

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by James Aidoo

Snapchat Sex

Snapchat Sex

James Aidoo gets to the facts, figures and frustrations around sexting. A YOLO thing? or is there something more?

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by Laurence James Davis

A giant called porn

A giant called porn

"Have you ever watched porn? Tick either, yes, no, or I don't understand the question." This was part of a questionnaire we asked the guys in our youth group to fill out a few years ago. Interestingly, everyone ticked “yes”.

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by Charlie Lamont

Pornified

Pornified

This subject is not new to young people in the West today. Softcore porn is on the deodorant adverts, the shampoo adverts, the clothes shops we enter and the billboards we pass on our way to school. Softcore is normal, and therefore nobody looks for it anymore. Hardcore is normal, and that is what people are looking at.

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by Gerald Coates

Porn Oh!

Porn Oh!

Being culturally relevant is not the same as gradually becoming like the culture around us, until we are unrecognisable from the rest of the world. Being culturally relevant is living a life that much of the rest of society aspires to and hopes for.

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by Alex Goolsby

Work porn sleep porn work

Work porn sleep porn work

Many people would ask me how my Holiday break was and depending on whom it was my answer changed greatly. My answers were one of these three: it was good; it was all right, I worked a lot; or it sucked.

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by Benedict Atkins

Free from addiction

Free from addiction

Having been introduced to masturbation at a Christian camp aged 11 by the son of a well known television presenter, my porn story began a year later when I stumbled across a file on a music-sharing programme one Saturday morning.

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by Josh Heyes

Year 9, I thought I was fine

Year nine, I thought I was fine

It all started in year nine, when my friend wrote down his “favourite” website on my maths book. But before I really started using pornography I had already discovered the music channels on TV - even back in 2002 the music videos were still pretty graphic, especially for a teenager just starting to realise girls' bodies were actually very interesting.

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by Sam Follett

Don't go it alone

Don't go it alone

It's so important that we are well supported in our faith. Living as a Christian is not easy...

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