According to a 2021 study,only 5.94% of porn-consuming respondents said that they watched porn because of a "lack of sexual satisfaction."In other words, the vast majority of porn consumers are watching porn for reasons other than their partner not being "enough."
In comparison to couples who never viewed porn, a 2011 study found that those who watched porn alone reported twice the rate of cheating, and individuals who viewed porn alone and with their partners reportedthree times the rate of cheating.
83% of active 2020 sex trafficking cases involved online solicitation,which is overwhelmingly the most common tactic traffickers use to solicit sex buyers.
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