Debunking Disinformation

World Health Organization recognizes compulsive porn use

The World Health Organization (WHO) has made important adjustments to its Compulsive Sexual Behaviour Disorder (CSBD) diagnosis. It is now beyond all contention that CSBD encompasses compulsive pornography use. While many clinicians already considered problematic porn use to fit under the CSBD diagnosis, the World Health Organization’s changes will help prevent further online misinformation. These …

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Porn addiction can impact anyone, regardless of gender identity.

Problems related to problematic porn use are often presented as an issue that only men deal with. This couldn’t be further from reality. The recovery community consists of people from a wide variety of gender identities, including trans, nonbinary, gender-fluid, gender-neutral, and agender individuals. NoFap is a website that provides resources and peer support to …

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NoFap is a secular (non-religious) website.

NoFap is a secular website. Despite this, we’ve seen some funny, perplexing, and ridiculous false information attempting to connect NoFap to religion, including but not limited to: That NoFap is owned by another organization that is heavily funded by the Mormon church (written by a PhD in a peer-reviewed journal) That NoFap is secretly funded …

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NoFap is not (and has never been) an anti-masturbation website.

To address the ever-evolving misinformation floating around about our website (unfortunately, sometimes intentionally spread by porn industry operatives), we want to make it very clear that NoFap is not “anti-masturbation.” On the contrary, NoFap is a sex-positive website that wants people to be able to choose how to express their sexuality rather than being repressed …

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Thinking that porn addiction is real isn’t the same thing as being “anti-porn”

There has been a push by some organizations in the porn industry and its friends, along with some activist porn advocates, to dishonestly label anyone who raises concerns about excessive porn use as being “anti-porn.” While there are certainly some recovering porn addicts who also separately hold “anti-porn” beliefs, this is not a label that …

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