Millions of people around the world watch online pornography each day. 

Some people don’t feel like porn is a problem for them. But for countless others, pornography has made life worse, sometimes even unbearable. 

And it is hidden. 

In recent times, brave individuals have spoken out about how pornography has harmed them. But these experiences are the tip of the iceberg. 

Expose the Harm is a space for you to share your experience, safely and anonymously, of how pornography has harmed you in some way.
Read the experiences →

You may use pornography regularly and be well aware of how it negatively affects your mind, emotions, body or relationships. 

You may have watched it accidentally and found it hard to stop, or hard to forget.

You may not watch it at all, but see how it’s driving the sexual harassment you’ve experienced.  

You may have been filmed and your image uploaded to a pornography website without your permission.

You may have an entirely different experience of pornography’s harm. 

TRIGGER WARNING: “Please be mindful when deciding on whether to read these stories that they are emotionally impactful and may be triggering. Within people’s accounts, there is mention of rape, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, child sexual abuse, other forms of abuse and violence, self-harm and suicide. There are various helplines available for support.