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 email@example.com.
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 “
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.
After getting 13 years and 8 months into my recovery, and after helping thousands of people deal with porn, I have one specific answer to this issue. The biggest misconception about quitting porn is thinking it won’t be that difficult. People struggling with porn often think if they just really make it a priority, and […]
FTND note: it is not our intention to imply that anyone is obligated to date someone with a past porn issue, if they are not comfortable with dating them. In the end, it is up to every individual to decide what is best for them. The aim of this post is to challenge the shaming […]
Pornography is often seen as an outlet for harmless fantasy, where anything goes and there are no rules about what can be depicted. There is a general push in our culture to accept pornography as a part of a healthy sex life, and there can be harsh opposition to anyone who sees porn for the […]
During the 10 years that Fight the New Drug has been spreading awareness on porn’s harms, a lot has changed. For one thing, porn has become a greater force to be reckoned with due to technological advancement. Its content has become more violent and extreme in many ways, as well as more accessible and available. […]
There’s a vast amount of research on the harmful effects of pornography, and it’s important that this information is accessible to the public. Weekly, we highlight a research study that sheds light on the expanding field of academic resources that showcase porn’s harms. These studies cover a wide range of topics, from the sociological implications […]
There are only a few weeks left to apply for a Covenant Eyes scholarship! Each year we award thousands of scholarship dollars to students who demonstrate integrity. Check out the application information and pass it along to a student you know or apply for the scholarship today. Applications are due by May 31, 2019. The essays below were written by […]
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If you’re in a partnership where one of you is addicted to pornography, you may have heard that the person struggling with the addiction needs an accountability partner. Guess what. The person who’s not addicted needs one too. But first, let’s talk about what accountability is and isn’t. What Is Accountability? When you hear the […]
By Trishia Van Orden and Melody Bergman Cooking? Cleaning? Losing weight? Wasting time in the grocery line? There’s an app for that! Each year, hundreds of new applications spring up in our digital app stores. Many of these apps can help improve our daily lives, from organization, hobbies, and shopping to medication, health, […]
I was the teenager reading Christian books about modesty, purity, and relationships. I often read my favorite books over and over again. I loved learning and striving to understand God’s design for my life as a Christian girl. I wore the purity ring. I read I Kissed Dating Goodbye. I saved sex for marriage. I […]
By: Ariane Robinson Last Sunday as I sat down to relax and read a favorite book, I heard the familiar sound of arguing between my kids. Then the rush of little feet coming down the stairs one after the other as my daughter yelled at my son, “I’m telling Mom!” and he promptly […]
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.
Por Marina Spears Traducido por L. Antonio Mayen CastellanosEstoy segura de que todos estamos familiarizados con la siguiente escena: un niño pequeño llora y se queja en público, el padre saca un teléfono inteligente o una tableta, se conecta a un juego, el niño se calma y todo está bien. ¿Pero es de verdad? […]
Traducido por L. Antonio Mayen Castellanos Es absolutamente imprescindible que su adolescente sepa lo que significa dar su consentimiento. Ellos necesitan saber que si alguna atención no es deseada, debe detenerse. Enseñar esta lección no sólo los empoderará con más confianza, sino que también los ayudará a protegerlos de los depredadores sexuales. El consentimiento […]
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 […]
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: […]
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 […]
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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 […]
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Parent Alert! Is “After” the New “50 Shades of Grey” for Kids? (Watch out – It’s Coming to the Big Screen!)
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This post is from a presentation at the Utah Coalition Against Pornography Conference in Salt Lake City in February 2019. As a parent to the most precious and innocent 9… View Post The post Debunking Myths About a Parent’s Role in a Teen’s Recovery appeared first on Reach 10.
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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 […]
Teaching your child to set boundaries is very important because we all must learn to self-advocate as part of growing up and learning independence. A parent’s job is to equip kids with the necessary skills to self-advocate.
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 […]
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