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?
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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.
“After our first son was born, I found it in the search history again, I felt betrayed and sick to my stomach scrolling through descriptions of women that looked nothing like me.”
A study analyzing the comments of adolescent boys regularly consuming porn found many describing their habit to be like an addiction leading to withdrawal-like symptoms.
How do you tell your partner? Should you tell them? How do you know what to say? We’re going to go over all of that so you feel more comfortable sharing your struggle.
Ever heard the argument that men enjoy consuming porn more because they’re more “visual” than women? Looks like that might not be the case.
According to Peggy Orenstein, journalist and author of the newly-released “Boys & Sex,” discussing consent needs to start with parents and their children.
Big porn sites are trying to be the hubs that parents aren’t of education and learning for younger audiences who have questions about sex and development.
Looking the other way is not the healthiest or best approach. Get the facts on what to know about your child’s exposure to porn and what you can do about it.
This study reveals the need for more intentional conversations about childhood exposure to content that can have negative lasting impacts.