Those who identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual are four times more likely to be victims of revenge porn compared to heterosexuals.
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I used to think the guy in porn was totally enjoying what he received, but what porn doesn’t show you is the immense anguish of being taken advantage of.
“Since then, our relationship as father and son has blossomed into something more beautiful than anything I could have ever imagined.”
What if porn images aren’t a healthy depiction of reality at all? Here are just a few of the most glaring ways porn doesn’t represent reality.
Body types, body hair, relationship types—some of the most normal things about people are disproportionately represented and packaged as “fetish” genres.
If the consumer knew for an absolute certainty that this pornography was made free of exploitation, would watching it still be harmful?
Porn isn’t produced with accurate information about sex in mind, it’s created to entertain and manifest fantasies—no matter how violent or violating.
According to Peggy Orenstein, journalist and author of the newly-released “Boys & Sex,” discussing consent needs to start with parents and their children.
At the very least, porn is something that usually makes consumers feel they’re doing something that doesn’t benefit their relationships. How’s that healthy?
It’s time we put an end to the porn industry getting a free pass when it comes to the dehumanization of women and girls—and men and boys, too.
You may know her as Tahani from NBC’s “The Good Place,” but Jameela Jamil is becoming known for her body positivity advocacy, and now, for dropping the facts on how porn is anything but casual entertainment.