NoFap’s 2015 user experience surveys are now available. If you would like to help us improve NoFap to better serve you and others around the world, please take 7-15 minutes to provide us with your valuable feedback. Doing so will help us better understand how to make NoFap even better. While not all data will be publically released for this … Continue reading
NoFap is happy to announce that we have released anti-relapse browser plugins for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. Following the release of our Panic Button “Emergency” web app (coded by NoFap developer Jack Fischer), Mark Ropper, a talented developer, decided that he wanted to volunteer for NoFap to port this tool to work for various browsers. Our Emergency Panic Button app currently serves … Continue reading
This month we are partnering with Alec Sproten from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (Germany) to study the effects of abstaining from masturbation and porn for a period of time. It has been a long while since the birth of NoFap® and the rise in awareness of the harmful effects of masturbation/porn abuse. People have been talking a lot about improvements … Continue reading
Porn is ubiquitous, ever available, always just a click, and a shut and locked door, away. Data from ISPs (Internet Service Providers) indicate that up to one third of all traffic on the internet is related to pornography. Porn sites get more traffic than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter combined. 70% of men and 30% of women worldwide watch porn every … Continue reading
We have some bad news. missyaley, one of our dedicated moderators, has passed away earlier this week. missyaley was in charge of our accountability group for women. She was loved by many people in her offline life. In her husband’s own words, “She was the most beautiful, gentle soul and we’re devastated.” In her online life, her work impacted many … Continue reading
NoFap’s Jack Fischer spoke at TEDxBinghamtonUniversity on March 15, 2015. Jack talked about the emergence of Internet porn addiction and his volunteer work with NoFap, coding a panic button application that delivers instant-motivation to struggling rebooters around the world.