Although beautiful and financially successful for a moment, most porn stars do not start out that way nor do they end up that way.
Pornography Causes Depression - for Porn Stars and Viewers
Although beautiful and financially successful for a moment, most porn stars do not start out that way nor do they end up that way.Read full post
Family Watch International (FWI) released a new documentary entitled “The Porn Pandemic: The Devastating Effects on Children, Family, and Society” tries to explain the consequences of viewing pornography.
On April 30, 2012, Paul Miller, a technology writer, took a one year break from the Internet. He wanted a break from modern life, he wanted to escape. His employer, The Verge, paid for him to leave the Internet. His goal was to find what the Internet had done to him.
At any given moment, there are 750,000 pedophiles online while 93 percent of all 5 to 15 year-old children use the Internet. The chances of a child being solicited for sex are high and child sex tourism is on the rise.
“What do you mean it was just pornography?” Jessica yelled at her husband Steve. They had been fighting for the past six months. After catching him viewing pornography for the third time in the past six months, his response was, “It’s just pornography, why are you so upset?” This argument or one similar to it is used in many homes each day throughout the world.
Can pornography get any worse? Yes, it can.
This Is Not Your Father’s Pornography | Porn’s Further Decline
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Pornography is defined as printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic (rather than aesthetic or emotional) feelings. Though pornography is most popular in the visual form, printed material is just as degrading and harmful- and men aren’t the only ones struggling with this type of addiction.