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101 things you can do to combat the harms of pornography

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This site is a sweet firecrackerish 4th of July present. Here’s to freedom from pornography and prostitution.

This site really DOES have 101 great, creative, fun, subversive action plans.

Here are the first 10 out of 101:

1. Don’t buy or use pornography or have any form of it in your house.

2. Don’t support companies that sell pornography. (I.e. Video stores that sell it, or hotels that rent or sell it. Porn-free hotels are listed at

3. Don’t allow your partner, children, or anyone in your house to use pornography. If your partner won’t stop using pornography and it is clear they have no intention of doing so, end the relationship. (See information regarding children at the end of this list.)

4. If your partner is willing to consider ceasing to use pornography but is having difficulty doing so, and you want to salvage the relationship, insist that they get professional help. They must understand how it harms them, you, your relationship, and women. Make it clear why they need to stop and that they must do so or you will end the relationship.

5. To help ensure that a partner does not use pornography, or that they are held accountable if they do, you can use Internet filters such as the ones listed at, and/or accountability software such as X3. If the professional help, an Internet filter, and/or accountability software doesn’t result in your partner ceasing to use pornography in a reasonable amount of time, then end the relationship.

6. If you are dating, bring up the issue of pornography early on and make it clear that you won’t tolerate a partner using it and why.
7. Don’t allow others around you to joke about pornography. Call them on it and make it clear the harms of pornography are no joke, and it’s not OK with you for them to make light of them.

8. Take the NoPornPledge, let others know about it, and encourage them to take the pledge themselves.

9. Encourage strict enforcement of rules concerning access or use of pornography in your work environment, or propose and get guidelines implemented if none exist. Solutions for filtering and monitoring pornography in business environments are available from

10. Educate yourself about pornography so you can better educate others about its harms, and more effectively take action against those harms. (See educational resources and links throughout this list and at the bottom of it.)