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.
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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.
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.
The key finding by welfare workers was those viewing porn could not see the difference between fantasy and reality and believed “women are up for it 24/7.”
It started off as magazines and quickly became a collection. A collection that he cared so deeply for that as he progressed to internet porn, he began to save, organize, and label each of the 800 CDs that his mother hid from me.
If porn impacts trafficking and child abuse victims who aren’t actually seeking out porn, how much more might it be desensitizing someone who actually is?
It’s important to know that any of these things or a combination of them could mean something entirely unrelated to porn, but here are six possible signs that pornography may be negatively affecting your relationship.
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.
According to a recent study, more than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had a sexual encounter.
Sex is so much more complicated than what you see on screen, and porn could never compare to or convey that reality. Watching porn can actually rob you of the best sexual experiences possible, and who wants that?
“Porn is a personal choice.” “Mind your own business, porn doesn’t hurt anyone.” “If you don’t like it, don’t watch it.” These are pretty common pro-porn arguments,…