Are you involved with the Porn Kills Love movement and Fight the New Drug? Then I’d love to talk to you!

I’m writing an article about activism in 2015 — specifically re what gets young people involved, especially with a movement related to something “taboo” like sex and porn?

Media generally discusses sex saturation and Gen Y’s …and even Gen Z’s… (supposedly) blasé attitudes about what older generations may consider graphic, explicit, etc. Porn Kills Love and Fight the New Drug, however, show markedly different standpoints in some young people. What gets people interested in this sort of movement given a wider social context that basically says PKL is a sort of fight whose ship has sailed?

Do you have some thoughts re your involvement that you’d like to share? Email me! — query@chauntelletibbals.com

Also, a disclaimer — As a sociologist and researcher who has been studying commercial sex for over a decade, I have never seen evidence that porn kills love. But, also as a sociologist, I am interested in all human standpoints. PKL and FTND has an appreciable following and significant mission. As such, it’s 100% sociologically relevant, and I’d love to understand it further.

Let’s chat! — query@chauntelletibbals.com

Porn Kills Love

(pictured: What Google gives you for “Generation Y”)

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