A little over a year ago, I agreed to be interviewed for a secular women’s magazine. The reporter presented the article to me in such a way that they were really interested in female pornography addiction and wanted to feature it.
So initially it seemed like a good idea. Chalk it up to the inexperience and gullibility of a newbie.
She was friendly. She asked the right kind of questions. She even commended our work. But then the article was released—and I was immediately filled with regret.
Instead of writing an article about the issue of female porn addiction, the reporter’s…