We encourage you to view the following documentaries or trailers. Each of the selected programs will provide viewers with a basic understanding of family issues and address the threats posed to the traditional family.
This documentary presents scientific evidence, expert commentary and personal testimonies showing the addictive nature of pornography and how porn addictions can lead to violence against women, prostitution, trafficking in persons, and other sexual crimes against women and children. As former porn addicts and their family members tell their stories, we also learn how early exposure to pornography can lead to a long-term debilitating addiction that devastates marriage and family relationships and can lead to acting out in dangerous ways.
The film features world-renowned neurosurgeon and brain expert Dr. Donald Hilton on how pornography viewing can change the brain in harmful ways and how pornography addictions escalate in the same way as hard drug addictions. Despite all of the serious harms emanating from pornography that the film exposes, The Porn Pandemic ends with a message of hope as former addicts share how they and their families have found healing and hope through therapy and the support of family members.
This documentary is an eye-opening experience for many as it presents the research data showing that no one is “born gay” and that many people with unwanted same-sex attraction have been able to change their orientation. The film includes interviews with top experts in the field and powerful testimonials from four men who speak honestly, openly and compellingly about what it was like for them to develop same-sex attraction and live a homosexual lifestyle. They discuss their experiences with therapy that helped them to develop a healthy heterosexual orientation.
See also this policy brief: Laws Banning Sexual Orientation Change Therapy are Harmful and Violate Fundamental Human Rights
This documentary is a hard-hitting film exposing how Western donor nations are now using financial aid as a weapon to force smaller nations to comply with a radical sexual rights agenda. In the film, African and Caribbean representatives at the UN speak out about how they are being bullied by the West into accepting legalized prostitution and special homosexual rights in their countries, despite overwhelming opposition from their people. The film shows how this imposition of sexual rights is eroding the religious and cultural values of these countries and destroying their families. Throughout the film you will also follow the story of three AIDS orphan siblings who lost their brother and both parents to AIDS. These children speak out at the United Nations against the Western-based sexuality education that is sexualizing children throughout the world.
The film also reveals:
- How rich countries and the United Nations, under the guise of preventing AIDS, are actually spreading AIDS through their sexual rights approach.
- How the condom approach has failed to stop the spread of AIDS.
- How the United States under the Obama administration is blackmailing poor countries by withholding aid unless these developing nations implement laws and policies to advance lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights.
- How children are being sexualized through comprehensive sexuality education programs supported by the Obama administration and several agencies of the United Nations in cooperation with several other wealthy countries and International Planned Parenthood.
To sign the petition to stop these abuses click here.
A groundbreaking film that will change the way you think about economics and populations. Many nations are experiencing population implosions as their fertility rates fall below replacement levels. This film considers the economic and social realities of worldwide population decline.
At the core of society there is a power that shapes our humanity and determines our destiny… This is the Powers of Mothers.
Every member of the human race has the desire for significance—a desire to belong. And the family is where those deepest longings are fulfilled. Unfortunately, the word “family” has all but lost its meaning in our modern cultural landscape. And the fallout has been significant. Divorce. Crime. Poverty. Addictions. Abuse. Our attempts to redefine and reimagine the family only make these problems worse, not better. When the family is weakened, society suffers. But strong families make the world a better place! Irreplaceable is the first in a series of feature-length documentaries that will approach the concept of the family from a number of different angles. The goal of each documentary is to recover, renew and reclaim the cultural conversation about the family.