Pornography addiction doesn't exist, research says, but that's not the whole story
“Pornography creates a world today where the consumer (usually men) has the ability to bring up at their whim graphic (and sometimes interactive) depictions of nudity and sexual encounters,” said CRI. “Women are perpetually available for their pleasure with minimal immediate consequences. People become disposable.”
And pornography, according to an article by National Review, is killing sex and making it less of a human and loving experience.
“As porn becomes less of a substitute for sexual relationships and more of an end unto itself, we are entering an era in which sex is, at least for some section of the population, post-human.”
Newsplex recently reported that a group, Fight the New Drug, is striking against porn addiction by compiling organizers to unveil the dark nature of pornography, which remains hidden behind the curtain.
“Porn is usually harder to get off of than crack or meth. Porn is an image that can stay in you,” said Elisha Rogers, a 12-year-old member of FTND, a group striking out against pornography.
“Once you see it once and you’re addicted," she told Newsplex. "You keep that seeing that image in your head."
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