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An Open Letter to All LDS Young Women Who Struggle with Pornography

Recently on Facebook, Al Fox Carraway shared the following thoughts:
"IF ONLY people knew how many messages I get every day from young teenage girls who struggle w/ pornography - maybe we wouldn't have teachers start out lessons with, "I know none of you do this, but..." & we can move past ignorance & be more loving & productive with what the Atonement is ALL about." Bravo, Al. I feel the same way.

She also assured the Young Women that they are loved, that they are not alone and that they are not bad people, and that change and forgiveness are available to them because Christ is always there and He will never think less of them.

All true.

I also want to add my voice to this movement.

To the Young Women of the church I say, I was once you. I was alone in my struggle with viewing pornography. No one knew because I couldn't stomach the thought of ever telling anyone. I really felt as if I wouldn't survive someone else knowing.

I was bound in t…

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