Wow... WOW... I have been on this site for less than 2 days, and I am simply astounded by how many blatantly hostile, sexist comments I've come across. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised, entirely, as this is a site for people, like myself, that have become addicted to one of the most sexist forms of media in the world, but that is why I believe that education about feminism and identity politics is important for NoFap. I mean, learning how to identify refute all the brainwashing that we've absorbed through our careers as porn addicts, as well as just general members of society, would be a very potent tool to aid us in recovery. Because yes, porn does fuck with the Coolidge Effect, as well as rewire arousal response and how our brain reacts to dopamine, but it also does something that is equally bad! Porn trains people to believe and behave in ways that directly inhibit their ability to form relationships with the people we want to be in relationships with. If you've spent thousands of hours hearing paid actresses or actors talk about sexual acts, but spent only a fraction of that actually interacting with real people, with real feelings and issues, etc. then you're going to be at a HUGE disadvantage for actually forming a healthy relationship. BUT! If, instead, during the course of your recovery you are exposed to a way that will help you deprogram, as well as learn more about the world, and the people in it, you will be much better off, as well as better equipped to successfully recover. So PLEASE! PLEASE add more feminist and identity politics content, everyone! Porn addiction is NOT JUST a neurological phenomenon, it is also a SOCIAL PHENOMENON, and every single fapstronaut would benefit GREATLY from engaging with feminism and other gender and identity politics. Because guess what? Recovery will be impossible if you do not change as a PERSON, and what better way to change as a person, a person who is addicted to PORN, than by engaging with its direct opposite? If you can refute the ideas propagated by porn, then you can better defeat porn itself, as well as all the bullshit that might have pushed you towards it. And, as a last disclaimer, I'm not saying that everyone needs to agree with these ideas, but I absolutely believe that exposure to these ideas would help everyone here redefine their relationship to gender, to sex, and to their individual roles in the world. So, I will do my best to educate some people, but I cannot be alone. This is a potent strategy, and this site, and the movement it supports, will be a hollow shell of what it could be if it does not engage with what is a core issue of porn addiction, which is people's relationship to other people: i.e. to gender, sexuality, ethnicity, etc.