Welcome to Girls Against Porn

Girls Against Porn & Human Trafficking (GAPHT) is an action coalition of women affected by porn, fighting the illegal Cancer of the Soul that's destroyed lives.

GAPHT's purpose is to protect women and children from the detrimental effects of porn, and work to prevent the sexual exploitation of women.

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WRAP: Porn-NO Prayer...

USA Radio Interview: Porn-NO Prayer Summit, 2007 at the Fortress of Hope, organized for WRAP (White Ribbons Against Pornography Week) by Pure Life Revolution & Girls Against Porn, followed by “Porn & Pizza,” a sponsored event with pizza, where x-porn actress, Shelley...

National Press Club ...

National Press Club – Tiffany Leeper speaks to Morality in Media coalition attendee organizations regarding the support of Paul Broun’s Military Honor & Decency Act in 2008, while in Washington, D.C., immediately following a coalition protest at the Department of Justice, to...

Sharing Their Stories May04

Sharing Their Storie...

Each morning I try to start my day with a set aside quiet time. First, I get a big cup of coffee (a must for me to wake up), then I sit in one of my favorite, most comfortable spots in my home and I read, pray, meditate and allow myself a peaceful time of transition into the busy day ahead. Of...

For Life & Libe...

Airing on February 24, 2014, ahead of the FACTN Forum in Memphis on the Bott Radio Network, Tiffany speaks with Karen McNeil, from For Life & Liberty Radio Show about the ties between pornography and trafficking, and about pornography being a taboo subject in churches still, with many...

Battle for Hearts &#...

Our friend, Co-Founder of Safermedia, in the United Kingdom, Pippa Smith, details the harms of pornography not only as seen in her country, but describes the battle that is raging in the hearts and minds of children all over the world. Safermedia, initiated the blocking of porn sites in the...

When was the last time you did something just for you? Mar24

When was the last ti...

I read a lot of books during my recovery process to try and help make sense of what I was dealing with. I still start my day with one in particular and this great book that I recommend is The Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie. “I used to spend so much time reacting and responding to...

Turning My Focus Elsewhere Feb20

Turning My Focus Els...

I am so very thankful for friends and acquaintances who spoke into my life during the time of my grief when it completely consumed me and I was struggling to get by each day. A word of encouragement, invitations for coffee or a meal or just some suggestions on how they had dealt with grief...

The Pain That Goes With Me Everywhere Jan25

The Pain That Goes W...

Recently a friend asked me about the pain I felt when I discovered my ex-husband’s addiction and went through my divorce. I tried to explain the pain as best I could to her but it was hard to put some aspects of it into words. I told her that the only thing that cured the horrible pain...

Where do I turn for help? Jan19

Where do I turn for ...

Many women I have spoken with over the years have not known who to turn to for help and guidance when they found out their boyfriend or husband had an addiction to pornography. Other women sought trained therapists in the area of sexual addiction only to find out none of those specialists were...

You Are Not Alone Jan11

You Are Not Alone

Finding out my husband had an addiction to porn, had cheated on me for at least 7 out of the 9 years we were married, and that he engaged in both online and offline affairs, not to mention a lot of other things on the internet, was almost more than I could handle. When I heard the words...