SOLVING THE PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS
OF THE DIGITAL AGE

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Research-driven education to prevent, resist, and heal the harms of violent mainstream pornography and hypersexualized pop culture.

11
AVERAGE AGE BOYS FIRST VIEW PORN
88
OF SCENES IN TOP RENTED & DOWNLOADED PORN CONTAIN VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
35
OF ALL INTERNET DOWNLOADS ARE PORN
20
OF SEXTS ARE PHOTOS OF CHILDREN, MOSTLY GIRLS, 15 YEARS OLD OR YOUNGER

"The pornographers are laying waste an entire generation of boys, and when you lay waste a generation of boys you lay waste a generation of girls."

Gail Dines, Ph.D.

"If tomorrow, women woke up and decided they really liked their bodies, just think how many industries would go out of business."

Gail Dines, Ph.D.

"Men need to speak out about the harms of misogynous porn not only because we want to create a more just and less exploitative world for our daughters. but also because we owe it to our sons."

Jackson Katz, Ph.D.

WHAT WE DO

Culture Reframed is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)3.

Parents Program

Helping adults promote healthy youth development and resilience to porn culture.

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Health Professionals Program

Providing cutting-edge research and protocols for healthcare professionals to address clients’ porn-related issues.

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Resource Library

Providing youth and adults with knowledge on sex, porn, media, and culture, as well as resources for getting help.

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sexualized pop culture and pervasive online pornography.

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