7 Great Gifts To Fight Porn

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By Strength to Fight Staff: This Christmas, like so many Christmas’ past, many many many gifts will be exchanged. Some will be lovely and thoughtful, others will be gaudy and poorly thought out. Some sadly will be problematic: iPads given to kids unprepared for the internet; smartphones given to teens with no thought to how it might affect them. There … Read More

How to be a Bad Accountability Partner in 5 Easy Steps

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I’ve spent the last decade walking with a variety of guys seeking to live their lives free from pornography and all of its effects. Earlier this year we posted some of the best ways to build healthy accountability groups; but being a good accountability partner is something that doesn’t always come easily. Especially when you have been doing it for … Read More

Dear National Post and Other Publications – Please Stop Publishing Garbage Articles About Porn

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By Josh Gilman: Dear National Post. I appreciate your desire to print a diversity of opinions. But as a father of four, a husband, and….. actually no, caveats don’t matter, I don’t need additional qualifications. As a human. Who respects others humans. I am perplexed as to why you have for the third time, printed a mind-numbingly ignorant article on … Read More

Disgusting Beasts and Where to Find Them

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This week began with the absolutely revolting confirmation about one of Hollywood’s worst kept secrets. That Harvey Weinstein, one of the most influential people in showbusiness in history, was a sexual predator. Who had been using his position of power and influence to coerce women into sexual encounters and then silence them for decades. As I write this, well over … Read More

The Number 1 Thing Your Child Needs to Be Safe

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A Parent. It sounds trite, but it really is that straightforward. I didn’t say simple, or easy, but yes it’s straightforward. Your child needs you to be their parent. They don’t need you to be their friend. That’s what their peers are for. Children are not honest or vulnerable with their friends. Children don’t run to their friends with big … Read More