Our test is based on scientific research, we’ll find out if pornography is holding you back in life
Of men report not having sex in the past year. Triple the number of ten years ago.
Of total web searches are porn related.
Of adults admit to have watched porn during their lifetime (Hald, 2006).
“Playboy was a gateway to a full-on pornography addiction,” West said. “My dad had a Playboy left out at age 5. It has affected every choice I have made for the rest of my life from age 5 to now, where I’m having to kick the habit. And it just presents itself in the open, like it’s OK. And I stand up and say: it’s not OK.”
“It’s something that I haven’t been able to make a long-term commitment to not looking at, and it’s affecting my ability to relate to women, to relate to myself, my own sexuality (and) my own spirituality.”
“The problem is pornography is an intimacy killer. It’s kinda like being on a raft in the ocean and you’re dying of thirst and…you start drinking ocean water, which is salt water, and it’s going to kill you….you need to find a way to get fresh water.”
We made this website because we too have faced problems created by our porn use.
Our test is based on the the six symptoms of addiction, it’s the same that’s use for drug and alcohol addiction. It’s also created by a top sex addict researcher. Dr Kevin Skinner.
Our test does not differentiate between men and women. The symptoms are the same.