, former porn actress and prostitute in the 90ʼs, experienced major abuse in the porn industry and was later diagnosed with Bipolar disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depressive Disorder, Impulse Control Disorder and substance abuse due to years of trauma from the sex industry. She was prescribed anti-depressants, Lithium, sleeping pills and recommended psychiatric counseling for many years. After finding God through Christianity and enduring eight hard years of recovery at the Champion’s Center, Shelley conquered the horrible effects of her past and became a Champion in life through the power of Jesus Christ. Ten years later Shelley began her mission to go back to the porn industry to reach out to porn stars and sex workers offering them solid help and hope. Shelley is also on a mission to smash the illusion of porn and help people overcome pornography addiction.
, Co-Founder & President of The King’s Men, is a 1997 graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. After pursuing his dreams to become a professional football player following his playing days in college, Mark worked in Human Resource Management as a recruiter, salesman & production manager. Feeling called to make a difference in young people’s lives, he transitioned into a career as a counselor at a juvenile correction facility from 1998-2002. Upon receipt of his Master’s Degree in Education in 2003 from Holy Family University in Philadelphia, Mark began his career lecturing teens on their sexuality through the ministry of Generation Life. Since 2004, he has shared the messages of pro-life and chastity with thousands of teens and parents throughout the United States and Canada. After co-founding The Kingʼs Men in 2006, Mark launched his career forming men throughout the country on a variety of topics related to the development of authentic masculinity.
Dr. Judith Reisman
is sought worldwide to speak, lecture, testify, and counsel individuals, organizations, professionals and governments regarding fraudulent sex science, sex education, the power & effect of images and the monopoly media to alter human brain, mind, memory and conduct. The special emphasis of her work has been and continues to be the negative influence of these change agents upon children and society.
Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons
is the director of the Institute for Marital Healing outside Philadelphia and has worked with several thousand couples over the past 34 years. Trained in psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center, he participated in cognitive therapy research with Aaron T. Beck. In 1986 he wrote a seminal paper on the psychotherapeutic uses of forgiveness in the treatment of excessive anger and in 2000 coauthored Helping Clients Forgive: An Empirical Guide for Resolving Anger
and Restoring Hope with Dr. Robert D. Enright, University of Wisconsin, Madison, for American Psychological Association Books.
The Pink Cross Foundation
is a faith-based IRS approved 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to reaching out to adult industry workers offering emotional, financial and transitional support. We largely focus on reaching out to the adult film industry offering support to women and men. Pink Cross Foundation also reaches out to those struggling with pornography offering education and resources to recover.
The King’s Men Mission:
Under Christ the King’s universal call to serve, we as men, pledge to unite and build up other men in the mold of leader, protector, and provider through education, formation and action.
has been established to expose the reality of porn for what it is; a weak and whimpering counterfeit of love which is emasculating men, degrading women and destroying marriages. We are an online community which offers support and encouragement to those affected by sexual sin. We speak internationally to men and women about the beauty of sex, the problem of porn and the healing which is possible. We do not apologise for our Catholic identity and understand that as men and women regardless of creed and culture, we are all in this together…Until porn disappears, neither will we.
The mission of the Institute for Marital Healing
is to strengthen Catholic marriages and families by educating spouses, marital therapists and clergy about common causes of conflicts in marital self-giving and effective approaches to alleviating such conflicts. Through a combination of online resources, educational programs and publications, the Institute employs a time-tested approach to marital therapy that recognizes the importance of both science and faith in the process of marital healing.