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Geoff Steurer and Vauna Davis discuss how couples can respectfully address the issue of pornography when dating. She also shares a free resource to help couples navigate this conversation to build more honesty and growth in their relationship.
You can learn more about Reach 10 on the website at reach10.org
Vauna Davis has been involved in the cause opposing pornography for many years. She is founder and director of Reach 10, a nonprofit that empowers young adults to speak, teach, and lead on the issue of pornography. She also is happy to be working with Protect Young Minds as the Outreach and Education Coordinator. She serves as chair for The Safeguard Alliance of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, and is former director of Utah Coalition Against Pornography. She received an MA in Communications from BYU and lives with her husband, Michael, in Springville, Utah. They enjoy spending time with their grown-up children and grandkids. She loves yardwork – it gets her away from her desk!
Reach 10 is a team of young adult speakers that inspire courage, compassion, and connection to overcome the shame, silence, and fear that keep people stuck in pornography. Our name is a call to action – we believe that one person can make a difference as they reach out to 10 people with a message of hope and connection.
The Illuminate podcast is brought to you by LifeStar of St. George, Utah, a program to help couples heal their betrayed marriages. Learn more at www.lifestarstgeorge.com.
SusanNovember 27, 2018
And I will never understand why our dating aged children should even consider being respectful to someone who is suggesting they become engaged in pornography. Why? Stand up and walk away. Protect yourself.
ShareeNovember 26, 2018
When I was first married, my husband and a buddy decided to order a porn movie. Now this was before the days of VCRs, so they also had to rent a projector to show the movie. So we got together, the four of us, and watched this porn movie. I have never seen anything so boring in my whole life. There is nothing remotely interesting about watching other people have sex. None of us--not me, my husband, his friend, or his friend's wife, enjoyed it. So why do people get addicted to it? I will never understand it.