ONE Click Away

There is a silent epidemic that is changing the face of our future.  For children, teens and young adults the reality of media interwoven into everyday life is their first language-but what happens when it all goes wrong?  

For the majority of our nation's youth, they will not reach 11 years old before being exposed to sexually explicit hardcore and often violent pornography while on the internet-something many of them carry in their back pocket.  

What does this exposure really do to them?

  • The truth is that media is the first language of the next generation.
  • The truth is that children and teens spend more time on the various forms of media than anything else.
  • The truth is that media misuse is the gateway to exposure of explicit material and potential victimization.
  • The truth is that exposure to pornography affects a person's brain similar to drugs.
  • The truth is that media misuse and pornography damage a person's relationships and their view of human life. 
  • The truth is that pornography negatively impacts society at large and contributes to world-wide human exploitation.

We're all just one click away.


The Novus Project

Novus in latin means new. For the overwhelming number of young people who are currently struggling with media misuse and pornography on a daily basis, what they really need is something new.  New insights into what is going on in their brain, new tools to help them function with the stresses of their everyday existence, new vision for their future and a new outlook on life as it hits them in real time.


“Research reveals many systemic effects of Internet pornography that are undermining an already vulnerable culture of marriage and family. Even more disturbing is the fact that the first Internet generations have not reached full-maturity, so the upper-limits of this impact have yet to be realized” – Jill Manning, Sociologist