I have no problem talking about my abstinence from P. I'm proud of that shit. I actually think it's hella funny to just play it off as the most normal thing in the world and have people gaze at me like I was some sort of alien. Then I try to very subtly confront them with how weird it is that we live in a society where not watching P is weird. I've gotten much better responses from this than when I tried to explain or preach. Let people do the thinking for themselves. Talking about not MOing is a bit different though, since that's a little more private. I wouldn't bring it up myself but then again, I'm absolutely confident about this when someone else brings it up. Because I know that none of them have thought this thing through as much as I have. One of my best friends didn't believe me when I first told him I hadn't PMOed in a week. At one month he laughed at me. At three months he called me crazy. At six months he was downright amazed. This development of response actually kept me motivated somehow. I have yet to tell him it's been over a year I do not like to talk about why I really stopped PMOing though (PIED etc.) because I'm NOT proud of that shit. That's really just for my closest friends and my girlfriend. I keep telling her how lucky she is to have met me at this point of my life For some reason I don't really ever mention NoFap though unless someone really wants to get involved. Kinda wanna keep the community sacred or something, idk... So yeah, in general I would encourage people to speak out about the downsides of P, and if you feel confident enough (which you should, because you're one of the few people not hiding from these problems), mention your own experiences as examples & proof.