(See related pages: Trafficking in Persons, Prostitution / Sex Industry and Sexual Violence / Assault.)
Against Pornography – a feminist anti-pornography website which aims at raising the awareness about the harms of pornography (as well as of prostitution) to women and children ~ both inside and outside of the industry ~ and, also, the harms of pornography to its users, to relationships and to the society in general. The goals of this website are also to create a venue for people to speak of the harms of pornography, to encourage them to take action against pornography, to education them on the dangers of it, and to urge men to reclaim their fantasies from corporate power and regain their humanity..
Anti-Porn Activist Network – ordinary people working together to stop the spread of porn culture.
Anti Porn Men Project – an online space for (mainly) men to read, write and discuss anti-porn arguments and issues. The Project also provides and sign-posts anti-porn resources and news concerning pornography. It is the general opinion of those involved in The Anti Porn Men Project that pornography is an important issue in tackling both violence against women and wider gender inequality, as well as an important personal issue in the lives and relationships of many people. It is for these reasons ~ and not out of any conservative or religious sentiments ~ that The Anti Porn Men Project is anti-porn.
AntiPornography.org – preventing and combating the devastating harms of pornography, prostitution, sex trafficking and sexual slavery.
Morality in Media – founded in 1962, MIM is the leading national organization opposing pornography and indecency through public education and the application of the law. MIM is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Currently, Morality In Media directs the War on Illegal Pornography Coalition, an effort with Congress to pressure the U.S. Department of Justice to enforce existing federal obscenity laws. MIM also maintains a research website about the harms of pornography and regularly directs national awareness campaigns to help the public understand the consequences of pornography and find resources to aid in their struggles, Washington, DC. See MIM other current efforts.
The No-Porn Pledge – this site was created in response to those who claim that "Everyone uses porn," and to those who want to make you feel isolated and weird because you're uncomfortable with pornography use. Often, the primary goal of pro-porners is to convince you that you're uncool or you "hate sex" because you don't like porn ~ as if you're the one with the problem. As a result, far too many people ~ especially women ~ live their lives believing they're the "only ones" who dislike porn, and dislike their partners using it. We at NoPornPledge know that simply isn't true. There are actually thousands, if not millions of us. We just need to stand up and be counted. Our goal is to make you feel more comfortable about your discomfort with porn. As you can see by the number of people who have already signed the Pledge from all over the globe, you are hardly alone. This site is a place for you to publicly declare your porn-free status. By adding your name to the list, you are affirming that: you will not use pornography in any format and you will not date, sleep with, or have a serious relationship with a known pornography user.
Reality & Risk: Pornography, young people and sexuality – a community-based project that supports young people, parents, schools, government and the community sector to understand and address the influence of pornography. It is auspiced by Brophy Family and Youth Services, in Warrnambool, Australia.
Stop Porn Culture – education and activism are the twin cornerstones of Stop Porn Culture's efforts. Founded in 2004 be a group of feminist women and men, Stop Porn Culture is building a movement to end the objectification and abuse of women, and to begin to rebuild healthy male sexual identity, Boston, MA.