About

Are you working to help parents and young people find truth and safety on the issue of pornography? The Safeguard Alliance brings leaders together to solve our common challenges, as well as provide opportunities for social support, collaboration, professional development, and shared messaging.

We welcome organizations and individuals from a variety of backgrounds who have influence with families and young people – education, health, technology, government, church leaders, nonprofits, and more.

How you can get involved:

1. Join our monthly online meetings. We meet via Zoom the second Thursday every month at 10:30 am pacific, 11:30 am mountain, 12:30 pm central, 1:30 pm eastern.

2. Join our private Facebook group for collaboration, strategy, and support. Find us at: The Safeguard Alliance CESE.

3. Attend the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Global Summit and meet with the Safeguard Alliance members in-person

 

If you would like to learn more, please contact Vauna Davis, General Chair of The Safeguard Alliance at vauna@reach10.org.

Members

Joint Projects

#TalkTodaySafer Tomorrow Blog Series

Video

Presentations by members of the Safeguard Alliance.

Ready or Not, Porn is Influencing the Way Teens Think About Sex and Intimacy-Natalie McAneney

The Landscape of Technology – Threats and Opportunities – Ron DeHaas

Millennials Connecting for Change- Creed Orme & Rachel Denton

The New Normal: The Threat of Sexual Predation in Dating Relationships- Haley Halverson

10 Proactive Ways to Protect Young Minds from Pornography – Kristen Jenson, Protect Young Minds

A Culture of Accountability: Shaping Behavior with Technology – Ron DeHaas

Kristen Jenson, “Porn-Proof Kids: Using a Little Brain Science to Help Children Reject Porn “

Member Articles

This is an aggregate of articles posted on the blogs of the Safeguard Alliance members. The content belongs to the individual members and does not represent the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s views or approval.

An Official Letter from the President & Co-Founder of Fight the New Drug

First and foremost, we want to thank all of our loyal followers from across the world who are so dedicated to this awesome movement. We know we would be nowhere without all your support. When we officially became a certified nonprofit ten years ago back in 2009, we had a dream that this movement would […]

A Letter From the Co-founder: What Fight the New Drug Is Fighting For

I recently wrote an article identifying Fight the New Drug’s position in several key areas, with a focus on defining what our movement isn’t. When it comes to the traditional anti-porn effort…we don’t always fit in. In this letter, I wanted to clarify some of those distinctions in a way that better illustrated how our movement was different. […]

The Moment I Realized I was Competing with Porn in All My Relationships

Many people contact Fight the New Drug to share their personal stories about how porn has affected their life or the life of a loved one. We consider these personal accounts very valuable because, while the science and research is powerful within its own right, personal accounts from real people seem to really hit home […]

8 Relationship-Saving Principles You Can Start Using Tonight

I’ll be honest with you. I betrayed my wife.  I lied to her almost every night for four straight years. I did a quick estimate and figured that I lied at least 1,000 times to her face in those four years. I know how to destroy trust in a relationship.  Thankfully, I learned how to […]

Would Fixing the Porn Industry’s Sketchy Business Practices Make Porn Healthy to Watch?

Sometimes, our society tends to only look at the symptoms of a problem instead of examining the deeper causes. For example, if you had an old, broken-down car, would you fix the problem just by giving it a new coat of paint? Probably not. The problem is much deeper than the visible flaws of the […]

Do You Have the Emotional Intelligence to Quit Porn?

“Yeah, I would say Kevin is making good progress with his pornography addiction,” Carol told me during a couple’s session when I asked if she thought her husband was on the right path of recovery. “But there’s still something wrong. He doesn’t talk, except to give one-word answers, and I never know what he’s feeling. […]

Media Literacy II: Teaching Kids How to Deconstruct Images

  The media showcases advertisements and images that are beautiful, appealing, and inspiring. Behind each of these images is a message–sometimes deliberate, sometimes accidental. Media and social media messages can sometimes be positive while others are destructive. It’s important kids understand how to read these messages and DECONSTRUCT them, so they can avoid the pitfalls […]

True Story: Calum’s Journey to Freedom from Porn

My name is Calum, and this is my story of overcoming pornography and lust. A little less than nine years ago I was working on a slideshow for a project in choir. Innocently scrolling to find just the right photo for each part of the song, I stumbled across some images of very scantily clad […]

How God Gave Me a Future After Porn

I’m a free man! The joy of saying those words far surpasses any momentary pleasure that porn can give. The chains that once bound me have been shattered into pieces. The joy that I have from this freedom is only surpassed by the joy I receive from helping others who struggle. Today, I help men […]

An Hour of Play Every Day: 77 Things to do Outside!

   By Mary Bassett My extended family loves to get together for dinner, playing games, and having fun. Towards the end of one particularly fun evening, my 4-year-old cousin asked to see my phone. When I asked her why she needed to see my phone, she told me she wanted to play games on it, […]

You Can’t Solve This Alone. And You Don’t Have To.

What do you do when the problem is too big? When the burden seems too heavy? And you’re asking yourself how you can possibly change the world when you’re just one… View Post The post You Can’t Solve This Alone. And You Don’t Have To. appeared first on Reach 10.

A young girl is dead, and we all fit the killer’s profile

By Josh Gilman: Crying in public I don’t know if you have ever wept openly in public before. But if you were sitting next to me listening to Patty Wetterling speak with eloquence, grace and love about the assault and murder of her son Jacob, you probably would have. I have heard speeches by parents […]

Teaching Our Kids Body Gratitude: A Critical Skill in Our Image-Saturated World

  By Haley Johnson We’ve all been there. Our mother, our friend, or a peer has said something that has caused us to look at our bodies and think, “I don’t like this. I don’t like me.” Casual comments can turn our favorite outfit into the trash because we can’t stand the idea that someone […]

Dads Kill Porn

  By Tim Rarick, PhD “What’s Porn?” One evening about two years ago, my family and I were enjoying a delicious dinner at home together when my then 8-year-old daughter, blurted out, “What’s porn?”   My wife and I have four children, and this child is number three of the four. Her older sister (age […]

Interview with Lana Lichfield: Young Leader for Change

Last month, Reach 10 met with BYU’s Anti-Human Trafficking Club to hear Lana Lichfield talk about the connection between human trafficking and pornography. She’s a recent BYU Public Health graduate,… View Post The post Interview with Lana Lichfield: Young Leader for Change appeared first on Reach 10.

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Out of the Shadows: Addressing Underrepresented Issues of Sexual Exploitation

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3 Limiting Beliefs That Keep People Trapped Alone in Pornography

With connection, we can conquer Here at Reach 10, we focus on connection because we know that reaching out to 10 people can snowball into a network of supportive and… View Post The post 3 Limiting Beliefs That Keep People Trapped Alone in Pornography appeared first on Reach 10.

Steps to Teaching Boundaries for Kids and Help Prevent Sexual Abuse 

Parenting can be joyous, but also challenging. Learning prevention tools, such as boundaries and personal safety, can bring peace of mind when raising a child in the current era of #MeToo. Knowledge is power, which can dispel fears. And, learning the facts can be empowering for the whole family so no one is blindsided by […]

Parent Alert! YouTube’s Pedophile Problem + How Clever Kids Misuse Google Docs

Our regular Parent Alert! news updates help parents stay ahead of the trends affecting kids in our hypersexualized culture. Here’s what’s going on in March 2019. YouTube caught enabling child sexual exploitation! Eleven-year-old Corie loved to share her gymnastics competitions on her YouTube channel. She was proud of her accomplishments and eagerly read the comments: […]

Top 3 Things Gained from The We Stand Guard Books

There are three Say “NO!” and TELL! books that are part of the We Stand Guard boundaries and personal safety training program. Two children’s books and a training workbook are designed as toolkits with options, so you can choose what best fits your needs and values. Here are 3 of the most common things gained […]

Media Savvy Moms Podcast GIVEAWAY!

3 Media Savvy Moms Podcast Subscribers Will Win an Internet Safety Book Bundle! Follow These Steps to Enter to Win 4 Read-Aloud Internet Safety Books for You and Your Kids! See titles below. STEP 1: Subscribe to the Media Savvy Moms Podcast on iTunes Download the Media Savvy Moms Podcast on iTunes HERE (Don’t have […]

5 Body Safety Rules Every 5-Year-Old Should Know

It seems like the number of things you need to talk to your children about in order to keep them safe just keeps growing! One issue that should be at the top of your list is protecting kids from sexual abuse. Why? The CDC reports that 1 in every 5 children will experience sexual abuse. That’s […]

What Parents & Teens Need to Know About Healthy Sexuality to Talk About Pornography

There are many misconceptions about pornography in relation to healthy sexuality. We’re going to look at three major myths that parents and teens face in confronting compulsive pornography use. After… View Post The post What Parents & Teens Need to Know About Healthy Sexuality to Talk About Pornography appeared first on Reach 10.

5 Body Safety Rules Every 5-Year-Old Should Know

Reading Time: 9 minutes It seems like the number of things you need to talk to your children about in order to keep them safe just keeps growing! One issue that should be at the top of your list is protecting kids from sexual abuse. Why? The CDC reports that 1 in every 5 children will […]

Parent Alert! Is “After” the New “50 Shades of Grey” for Kids? (Watch out – It’s Coming to the Big Screen!)

Our regular Parent Alert! news updates help parents stay ahead of the trends affecting kids in our hypersexualized culture. This month we’re covering headlines from around the world: a twisted erotic fiction series popular with teens is coming to a theatre near you; a global study compares how countries are combating the child sexual abuse […]

How to cure porn-induced erectile dysfunction

By: Shawn Bonneteau (Secret Habit) Are you feeling the weight of sexual pressure due to erectile dysfunction? Struggling with Erectile Dysfunction has become an epidemic in the lives of men today. With pornography so readily available, heavy doses of stress in our everyday lives, and Doctors diagnosing physical symptoms prior to examining psychological symptoms, we […]

Thanks for being a friend pornography!

People often write to us about their experience battling pornography and how the impact its had on their life. And sometimes they send us brilliant letters that express truths about life we feel need to be shared. We asked this young adult if they wouldn’t mind us sharing this “letter to pornography” that they sent […]