If you suspect your partner is seeking out porn after they’ve promised not to, you’re not alone. Consider these conversation points from mental health professional, Jay Stringer.
Considering that an estimated 91.5% of men and 60.2% of women consume porn, let’s take a few moments to examine how porn may be affecting its consumers, relationships, and our society.
Shame can carry a discouraging weight that makes it impossible for some to change, forgive, or progress. Here’s how shame harms lives affected by porn.
Betrayal trauma is a real thing, and it looks different for each person. Most people feel heartbreaking and go through a mourning process. The lies and broken trust are often what hurt the most.
The purpose of this study was to examine the prevalence of both shame and guilt in hypersexual persons, to examine the associations between the intensity of these emotions and the degree of hypersexuality.
The harms of porn don’t discriminate based on your relationship status. Porn has the potential to affect mental health, and it promotes objectification.
In reality, porn doesn’t add any lasting health or positivity to consumers’ lives, relationships, or the world. If you’re yet to be convinced, consider these points before consuming.
“For one thing, my brain has been rewired so much, everything in the world is sexualized. I am acutely aware of physical space and read into body language too much.”
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Love, intimacy, and connection with a real human being will always be infinitely more fulfilling than an endless fantasy world of extreme sex found online.
Did you know 1 in 3 underage teens report having seen nonconsensually shared nudes of other minors—which legally qualifies as “child porn”?
What if we told you something normalized in our digitally-driven society is also driving the normalization of rape and sexual violence?