Often, pro-pornography crowds will sing of the benefits of pornography in relationships. In reality, porn use in relationships, even if both partners are aware, often hurts the intimacy of the relationship.
Unlike substance abuse, porn addiction isn’t always visible on the sufferer. Sometimes, it comes from places we least expect it.
Did you know one company owns most of the pornographic content online, or that porn can cause erectile dysfunction? Check out these and other facts about porn that we don’t think get talked about enough!
Contrary to popular belief, the effects of porn aren’t limited to actual instances of pornography, but have instead bled into every aspect of our lives. This is especially evident in the changes in TV shows for teenage girls in the last 20+ years.
Defenders of pornography will use the argument that porn stars are well paid professionals that are happy to be there, having sex for money. Anyone who has ever looked into the industry, however, knows that pornography and sex trafficking (as well as all other forms of sexual exploitation) are linked.
Technological advancements, along with a worldwide addiction to internet pornography, are fueling innovations in sex. The question we’re left with is whether this is a good or bad thing.
Think porn is sexy? Read this. You’ll change your mind.
People mistake pornography as a problem for religious people, when in fact, the existence of pornography, due to its aggressively escalating nature, hurts even those who don’t watch it.
Last night, news broke that YouTube was once again on the hook for allowing, through inadequate monitoring, illicit material on their platform. In the past, they came under fire for pornography disguised as children’s’ content lurking within channels specifically designed […]
Let’s be clear right from the start: the argument that porn is somehow pro or empowering to women because it bestows some sort of farcical sexual liberation on them is at best, laughable, and at worst, completely and thoroughly damaging […]