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While most porn consumers are generally unconcerned about the potential mistreatment of porn performers, about 70% of porn consumers who do learn about mistreatment in the porn industry take some form of action to combat it, including changing their porn habits.
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Reports show that those who sexually abuse children often show their victims porn to groom them or normalize sexual abuse.
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