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The pornography of today has created an unprecedented epidemic of sexual harm.  A growing body of neuroscience reveals that adults are developing addictions to pornography, because pornography hijacks the brain's reward center in a way similar to drug addiction.  


Pornography Addiction

The following is a list of possible consequences of repeated exposure and use:

Problematic sexual behaviors / sexual dysfunction

Failed relationships

Sexually aggressive behavior

Violence against women

Decreased brain matter in the area of motivation and decision-making

Increased rates of STI (sexual transmitted infections)

Porn-induced erectile dysfunction


Desensitization to sexual reward

Impared impulse control

Statistics about the 50 most popular
pornographic videos found:

88% of scenes contained physical violence

49% contained verbal aggression

87% of aggressive acts were perpetrated against women


Other Statistics About Pornography

The United States is the #1consumer in the world of child pornography.

33% of content on the internet is pornographic.

A study of 14-19 year olds found that females who watched pornographic videos were at significantly greater likelihood of being victims of sexual harassment or sexual assault.

A 2015 met-analysis of 22 studies from 7 countries found that internationally the consumption of pornography was significantly associated with increases in verbal and physical aggression, among males and females alike.

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