It's just a guy problem, right? WRONG. Wrong, wrong, so wrong.
Women everyday struggle in their fight against pornography. Triggers exist everywhere: Google, Instagram,

and Tumblr, to name a few.

Here, PLM provides for you a few resources to remind you that, if you struggle, you're not alone
and that thousands of women are also working towards stopping their "porn habit."
And if watching pornography has never been a problem for you, here are a few resources to arm you in your fight against it!



The mission at Integrity Restored is to help restore the integrity of individuals, spouses, and families that have been affected by pornography and pornography addiction.


You might have heard the term "#PornKillsLove", but do you know where it came from? PKL's mother site is Fight the New Drug, a research-based, non-religious organization fighting the porn plague. Find quizzes, posters, plugins, blogs, and much more on their site. 


The Porn Effect is a super-powerful website for men and women in their fight against the struggle of pornography. They even have a Battle Plan laid out: Prayer and fasting, accountability, information, counseling, and perseverance. A must-know resource. 


The book The Porn Myth by Matt Fraud is a non-religious response to pro-pornography arguments. It draws from the experience of porn performers, recent research from neurology, sociology, and psychology to build a case for why pornography is destructive to individuals, relationships, and society.


Addiction comes in many forms, and while pornography is only one of those, addiction.com provides no-nonsense resources for pornography addiction recovery. This site literally covers everything from prevention to treatment to support groups and beyond. 


RehabCenter.net's section on pornography "How To Identify And Treat Pornography Addiction" is a compact but powerful resource outlining porn addiction, the progression of such, signs that you or someone you love might be addicted, the negative effects of consuming pornography, and more.