A Comprehensive Review of the Evidence of Pornography’s Effects.
Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible. Rus Ervin Funk (2007). A chapter from Pornography: Driving the Demand in International Sex Trafficking, examines the basics of social change organizing and applying this theory and practice to combating pornography.
Confronting Pornography_ Some Conceptual Basics Rebecca Whisnant (2004). A chapter out of Not For Sale: Feminists Resisting Prostitution and Pornography, Dr Whisnant lays out the critical concepts about what pornography is and to confront it.
Fostering Boys’ and Men’s Resistance to Pornography. Michael Flood (2016). Keynote address, Pornography and Harms to Children and Young People Symposium, University of New South Wales, Sydney,Keynote address, Pornography and Harms to Children and Young People Symposium, University of New South Wales, Sydney,
Getting Off: Pornography and the end of Masculinity. Robert Jensen (2007). (this link provides you access to the full book).
How Pornography makes Inequality Sexually Arousing. Robert Jensen (2016). An oped in the New York Times.
How Pornography Removes Empathy — and Fosters Harassment and Abuse Sam Carr (2017). Pornography normalizes and supports men’s objectification of women and girls, and objectification cannot and does not co-exist with empathy.
If You Think Porn Didn’t Contribute to #MeToo, You’re Dead Wrong Pornography (both amateur and “professional” is linked to sexual aggression and violence: Here’s what you need to know…)
Men don’t Need Porn, and it’s Demeaning to say that they do. Bailey Scott (2015).
What Pornography Says about Me(n) Rus Ervin Funk (2004). A personal examination of one person’s evolution from pornography consumer to anti-pornography activist.
Why Fighting Pornography Needs to Include Pornography Karen Countryman-Roswurm, (2019). An article published by the website Fight the New Drug that briefly discusses some of the links between sex trafficking and pornography.
Young Men Using Pornography Michael Flood