Pornography Addiction Quotes

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Neeraj Agnihotri
“Remember, it’s not only the porn you watch but also the porn that watches you.”
Neeraj Agnihotri, Procrasdemon - The Artist's Guide to Liberation From Procrastination

Donald L. Hilton Jr.
“Pornography causes release of adrenaline from an area in the brain called the locus coeruleus, and this makes the heart race in those who view, or even anticipate, viewing pornography. The sexual pleasure of pornography may be partially caused by release of dopamine from the ventral tegmental area, and this stimulates the nucleus accumbens, one of the key pleasure centers of the brain. ”
Donald L Hilton Jr, He Restoreth my Soul

C.S. Lewis
“I have always found that the Trough periods of the human undulation provide excellent opportunity for all sensual temptations, particularly those of sex. This may surprise you, because, of course, there is more physical energy, and therefore more potential appetite, at the Peak periods; but you must remember that the powers of resistance are then also at their highest. The health and spirits which you... use in producing lust can also... be very easily used for work or play or thought or innocuous merriment. The attack has a much better chance of success when the man's whole inner world is drab and cold and empty. And it is also to be noted that the Trough sexuality is subtly different in quality from that of the Peak - much less likely to lead to... "being in love," much more easily drawn into perversions, much less... generous and imaginative and even spiritual... It is the same with other desires of the flesh. You are much more likely to make [a] man a sound drunkard by pressing drink on him as an anodyne when he is dull and weary... than... when he is happy...”
C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters

“The average man thinks about sex every tits seconds.”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Inside The Mind of an Introvert

Oche Otorkpa
“One thing you must realize is that: you either kill your addiction or your addiction will eventually kill you.”
Oche Otorkpa, The Night Before I killed Addiction

Nick Saint Clair
“I’ve been married but I’m not anymore. And I still believe in love.”
Nick Saint Clair

Omid Mankoo
“First Embody the Emptiness of Silence
Next Embody the Fullness of Honesty & Love
Thus Be Heaven
Sage Hope (Omid Mankoo) SH...”
Omid Mankoo

Phil Volatile
“I’ve looked at so
much porn that
every woman I meet
looks vaguely
Phil Volatile, Crushed Black Velvet

Karl Kristian Flores
“I'm in my room, consuming, cyber, and confused.
I don't remember the last time I made something
Besides blunts, cum, minimum wage, bad grades, a noose.
Sometimes I know I'm just twiddling my thumbs in front of a screen,
That the songs about the money make me fake feel rich too.
That the porn gets weirder, life gets shorter, and I eat shit stew.
That these unrealistic characters I play make me feel strong.
That I'm screaming at plastic that did nothing wrong.
That I'm hurting and escaping and yearning and breaking.
That underneath this hole, I may actually have some flair.
Sometimes I'd like to leave my room and go see what's out there.
Would you like to go with me?”
Karl Kristian Flores, Can I Tell You Something?

Karl Ove Knausgård
“Το ότι συγχρόνως υπήρχε και κάτι ουσιαστικά γελοίο σ' αυτό που συνέβαινε, δηλαδή ένα πλήθος από άντρες που κάθονταν με κατεβασμένα τα βρακιά ως τα γόνατα, ο καθένας στο θάλαμό του, βογκώντας και μουγκρίζοντας και τραβώντας το πέος τους πάνω κάτω, ενώ έβλεπαν ταινίες με γυναίκες που κάνανε σεξ με άλογα ή με σκυλιά, ή άντρες με πλήθος άλλους άντρες, δεν μπορούσαν να μην το βλέπουν, αλλά ούτε και να το λάβουνε υπόψη τους, καθότι ο γνήσιος πόθος και το γνήσιο γέλιο είναι ασυμβίβαστα πράγματα, κι αυτό που τους οδηγούσε εκεί ήταν ο πόθος. Όμως, γιατί ειδικά εκεί; Όλες οι ταινίες που μπορούσες να δεις εκεί, υπήρχαν και στο ίντερνετ και μπορούσες να τις δεις τελείως μόνος, χωρίς κίνδυνο να σε δουν άλλοι. Οπότε λοιπόν έπρεπε να υπάρχει κάτι σ' αυτήν την ανομολόγητη κατάσταση που έψαχναν να βιώσουν. Ήταν το ανήθικο, αναξιοπρεπές και βρώμικο της όλης υπόθεσης ή το κλειστό από όλους τους άλλους".”
Karl Ove Knausgård, Min kamp 1

Taylor Marie
“Look at you Infidelity”, shaking his head in frustration. “I’m not sure if your choice of drug is passion, the thrill of the affair or the man himself, but there is a void you are trying to have us fulfill in your life and you are hooked! The secrets, the lies, the lame attempts to quit sleeping around…the isolation; don’t you get it? YOU LOVE INFIDELITY!"
- Loving Infidelity”
Taylor Marie, Loving Infidelity

“Why is it so hard for many erotica authors to admit that erotica is porn? Everyone loves porn!”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Inside The Mind of an Introvert

A.N. Turner
“Young people rely on the Internet and its unlimited supply of pornography to ward off external stress. The instant gratification gratifies instantly. But the external stress is, in large part, being caused by the Internet itself. The Internet itself is a feedback loop; it creates the demand that it then seeks to fill.”
A.N. Turner, Trapped In The Web

Oche Otorkpa
“The mentality, thought system and relationships that got you into addiction will keep you there unless you disentangle yourself from them.”
Oche Otorkpa, The Night Before I killed Addiction

Oche Otorkpa
“Your decision to kill your addiction will become a reality only if you believe and reinforce the fact that you have the capacity to do it.”
Oche Otorkpa, The Night Before I killed Addiction

“The porn that is being produced and sold to us is full of ideas and beliefs that are completely distorted, and that are in fact, opposite of what real sex, love, and relationships are like. Loving-healthy relationships are built on respect, equality, honesty. But in porn, this is quite the contrary, there, love and sex are based on domination, control, disrespect, and violence. Sweet, affectionate, caring interaction doesn’t sell, but degradation and abuse do. And there’s something deeply disturbing and concerning about an industry who profits from that.”
Orge Castellano

Marie  Noël
“I created this prayer collection to offer ways for people to bring about change in their lives. Everyone needs help at various times in their lives.
No matter what we need or experience in life, we can always pray to make a difference for ourselves.
We don’t have to be swept away by events or circumstances beyond our control. God is there to lend a helping hand, especially when we ask.”
Marie Noël, Prayers for Help

Justine Ettler
“JE: I’ve only seen the follow up film (Fifty Shades Darker [Foley 2017]). While I think I was curious about pornography when I was younger, these days I feel a bit sickened by porn, especially any suggestion of role play that puts women in a subservient role. Not having read the books I feel I can’t really comment but I guess the concern is that the glamour of the novels and films could normalise domestic violence by eroticising it? I found the stalker scenes and the partner rape scenes disturbing and do worry that, the film certainly, presents Grey’s abusive behaviours as sexy. I think it’s important that young women are reminded of the reality in such cases: men who behave like Grey aren’t tamed by love, as the film suggests, on the contrary, that sort of abuse tends to escalate over time.”
Justine Ettler

Russell M. Nelson
“While they promise them liberty, they themselves are the servants of corruption: for of whom a man is overcome, of the same is he brought in bondage.” Avoid that bondage, my beloved friends. If you are currently viewing pornography, stop! Now! Seek help from your bishop. None are smart enough to outwit the adversary on their own, once they have been poisoned by pornography.”
Russell M. Nelson, Accomplishing the Impossible: What God Does, What We Can Do

Edward Whittemore
“Some twenty years after the end of the war with Japan a freighter arrived in Brooklyn with the largest collection of Japanese pornography ever assembled in a Western tongue. The owner of the collection, a huge, smiling fat man named Geraty, presented a passport to customs that showed he was a native-born American about as old as the century, an exile who had left the United States nearly four decades before. The collection contained all the pornographic works written in Japan during the last three hundred and fifty years, or since the time when Japan first closed itself to the West.”
Edward Whittemore, Quin's Shanghai Circus

Laurence Galian
“The Archons use 'mind control' techniques. This is known as psychological warfare, but Archontic manipulation far surpasses anything the United States, Russia, Vatican City, Israel, or the United Kingdom has, of yet, invented. The Archons are the ultimate brainwashers. The Archons keep people distracted with pornography and drugs, with sports and alcohol, with material possessions, exotic vacations, artificial reality, addiction to various pleasures, along with dreams of the artificial technological paradise of: radical life-extension, transhumanism, nootropics and Brain Computer Interfaces. The Archons do this so that humanity does not have the time or opportunity to observe what is really happening in the world. Humanity is under siege. The Archons want you to be as uneducated and uninformed as possible. They destroy your passion for learning, and infiltrate and sabotage the educational system. Ultimately, they want to destroy all that makes you human, your hopes, your dreams, your joys, especially they want to destroy your spirituality.”
Laurence Galian, Alien Parasites: 40 Gnostic Truths to Defeat the Archon Invasion!

Michael Bassey Johnson
“Take care of your heart and your mind for they are like a garden.
And nothing good thrives in a garden full of weeds.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, The Book of Maxims, Poems and Anecdotes

“Like other chronic diseases, addiction often involves cycles of relapse and remission. But there is help, and there is hope.”
Tony Overbay, He's a Porn Addict...Now What? An Expert and A Former Addict Answer Your Questions

“The exact defining of the word "addiction" is largely a matter of semantics. If it's affecting your relationship negatively and you suspect it's an issue that needs to be dealt with, the labeling of "addiction" or "not addiction" becomes irrelevant. If it's negatively affecting your marriage, relationship, or family, it needs to be treated, whatever you want to call it.”
Tony Overbay, He's a Porn Addict...Now What? An Expert and A Former Addict Answer Your Questions