Breaking Porn Addiction: A Conversation With Yumi About Faith, Sex, & Church (Unedited)


Here’s the full length interview by theyumigirl on breaking porn addiction. We talk about faith, sex, and church for 40 minutes.

The shorter version is on her channel here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Adw2GVd9sEQ

My book on quitting porn is here.

Be blessed and love y’all!

– J.S.

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3 thoughts on “Breaking Porn Addiction: A Conversation With Yumi About Faith, Sex, & Church (Unedited)

  1. I started watching the short version of the video and although I’m not a Christian I was agreeing with a lot of what you said about the damage that porn does to intimacy and to the beauty of sexuality and what it could be. However, I stopped the video right after you said it was the union between one woman and one man only. I’m hoping you/the church will progress to accept and embrace unions between consenting adults within the law such as homosexuals, bisexuals, transgenders etc. I really do. Keep up the good work though.

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    1. Hey dear friend, thanks for checking out the video! I was making a direct reference to Genesis 2, which does portray a man and woman in the Garden. That’s in the longer version. The discussion itself wasn’t about sexuality nor packing any sort of agenda. My thoughts on sexuality have been summed up here as well as other places:
      https://jsparkblog.com/2015/06/27/i-voted-no/
      (Of course, you totally don’t have to read this at all.)

      I understand if you don’t watch to watch the rest! I also hope that the info wouldn’t be written off because of a perceived disagreement; I don’t necessarily agree with everything that my favorite authors & bloggers say, but I do try to glean from their best stuff. If you’d like to see a video about breaking porn addiction that doesn’t have any spiritual discussion, I would definitely check out Gary Wilson. Thanks again!

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      1. Good point well made, thank you for replying! I will absolutely check out the link you provided and good luck on your future work. I’d like to point out that I’m not a porn addict myself but I do struggle with other forms of addiction, mainly alcohol, which is how I found your post (I think the tag was recovery) but I have had a partner with that problem so I continued reading after I realised what it was about. Again, I really loved the broader points you were making so please forgive my quick judgement.

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