What About Women?


Women are People, Too

Without a doubt, the pornography industry is making an intentional effort to get women to see nudity as primarily sexual.  This keeps division between us and promotes a blanket of shame for both sexes.  Both women and men are impacted by the pornographic view of the body and many women stand in the darkness and the shadows.

Women are no more, nor less, visually stimulated than men–perhaps not exactly in the same ways or manifestations–but the myth that a pornographic view of the body only affects men needs to be debunked.

More and more women are becoming drawn into the mire and the exaggerated emphasis that is given to the male-dominated pornography problem and this has shamed many women into silence with their struggles.

However, lies are still lies, and the truth is still truth – for men and women.

Ladies, welcome to MyChainsAreGone.org.  Please take what you read here and apply it to your own life as appropriate.  May the Truth Himself set you free.

– The MCAG Team



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Michelle DeSalvio

This page is so refreshing, so glad I found a different perspective on this issue. The more I’ve been hearing that men are visual, the less I’ve trusted my husband. I don’t want to live this way. I’m hoping and praying that this resource will be an answer to prayer.

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    Michelle, so glad you found us! If you have any questions after reading through the different areas of the site, feel free to reach out.

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Thank you so much for pointing this out. I had a large picture collection of naked men that I kept in my adolescent years, and I spent many hours surfing porn of men when I was an adolescent. I’m absolutely visually stimulated by attractive men, and have to keep my eyes from staring too long at them, whether it’s the modeling industry, or even the men’s underwear pictures at my local mall. I have dealt with Christians who attempt to categorically deny women can ever struggle with this problem. Just because we’re statistically less common, doesn’t mean we don’t exist.

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    That’s right, Khendra! And the Renewed view of the bodies given to us by God sets all of us free. May the Lord bless you on your journey.

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    Khendra, I’m very interested in your response to my two blog articles on Freedom for Porn-Addicted Women. They were written after several expressions of the same concern you have mentioned. They start at this link: mychainsaregone.org/freedom-for-porn-addicted-women-part-1/

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