Let's Talk About the Elephant in the Room: How LDS Women Can Protect Families from Pornography

by Jill C. Manning

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Internet pornography has become an elephant-sized problem. It has quietly become one of the leading causes of divorce, the primary sexual educator of our youth, and the fuel for a variety of addictive behaviors. Using practical, non-technological strategies, Dr. Jill Manning encourages Latter-day Saint women as she teaches them about the four key areas in the fight against pornography. First, being aware of the threat. Second, taking a stand. Third, connecting with others who are committed to protecting home and family. Fourth, putting to use the unique characteristics and strengths of women. It's time to teach the truth. It's time to take a stand. It's never too late to start.

  • Includes bonus DVD, "The Uncensored Truth about Pornography" (presentation from Time Out for Women, 35 minutes)
  • DVD not included in the MP3 Download
  • Discusses three pornography-based lies that especially affect young women
  • Demonstrates how to teach children the truth about marital intimacy versus the lies perpetuated by pornography
  • MormonTimes.com article about Let's Talk About the Elephant in the Room by Emily Schmuhl (Click Here)

    About the Author

    Jill C. Manning

    Jill C. Manning, Ph.D., is a licensed marriage and family therapist who specializes in research and clinical work related to pornography and its impact on marriages and families. Dr. Manning is the author of What’s the Big Deal about Pornography?: A Guide for the Internet Generation, and Let’s Talk about the Elephant in the Room: How LDS Women Can Protect Families from Pornography (CD). She has been featured in television programs, documentaries, and radio talk shows, and has authored numerous research articles. In 2005, Dr. Manning was selected to be a visiting Social Science Fellow at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C., and, as a result of her research there, she testified before a Senate sub-committee. A native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Dr. Manning currently resides in Denver, Colorado, with her husband and two daughters.

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    Every Woman Needs to Listen to This!
    By , Submitted on 2015-10-29

    Why aren't more women standing up against the fight against pornography? I plead with women to listen to this and become empowered to fight against Satan's strongest tool in our world today (pornography). Listen to this CD!!

    Don't waste your time, no real help, nothing but vague generalities.
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    Don't waste your time, nothing but vague generalities, no real help. I recommend "Worthy of Her Trust: What You Need to Do to Rebuild Sexual Integrity and Win Her Back" by Stephen Arterburn; very specific straight talk by a man that has been there and fought his was back.

    I recomend this to everyone
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    In these CD and DVD presentations you learn the harmful effect of pornography, how to defend yourself and your family against it: skills to know in this battle against pornography.
    I learned specific things I personally can do and how to recognize the differences between what pornography teaches us about our bodies and relationships, and what the gospel teaches us about our bodies and relationships. I feel more prepared to address this issue and to protect myself. This is a CD and DVD I recommend to everyone. Well all need to know about this issue because it Affects so many of us and can harm so many of us.

    LDS Women Can Protect Their Families from Pornography
    By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

    Highly credible in her field as a family therapist - specializing in the treatment of pornography addiction, Dr. Manning tells us that internet pornography has become the primary source of sex education of our youth. That's a disturbing revelation - him teaching us all about our bodies - he who has no body. She calls it Satan's sex-ed. ....
    In true Satanic style, the pornographic industry has hijacked the world "censorship" - while crying out against censorship that stands for decency and responsibility, it blatantly 'censors' the consequences of the behavior it depicts, as well as the joys of life and marriage, and the beauty and power and light of women.
    It is the strength of women that she appeals to in this great war we are all involved in - literally for the souls of our children, and all that is good and decent. She bears fervent testimony and raises a standard - as she empowers women to this cause.

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