Ever heard the argument that men enjoy consuming porn more because they’re more “visual” than women? Looks like that might not be the case.
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Now that we know the issue of normalized sexual harassment and bullying in schools, we can take the needed steps to fight back.
The opposite of addiction isn’t necessarily the absence of porn consumption—it’s a connection to what’s real. Where is your grounding connection in life?
What if we told you something so normalized in our digitally-driven society is also driving the normalization of harmful behaviors, like rape and violence?
Porn and gaming have long been considered issues that only affect guys. But these stereotypes aren’t representative of reality.
It wasn’t until the end of the sex tape when the man turned toward the camera to stop the recording that the British teen saw her father’s face and realized what she’d just watched.
In a sexual encounter, if a woman starts to think about the porn she’s watched, she may feel insecure about her performance. That’s when the enjoyment of the whole experience is lessened.
“We tried to be intimate but he could not achieve an erection. So he ran downstairs to watch porn while I lay there waiting for him.”
In the sample of 3,044 participants, one in 12 reported having been victims of nonconsensual pornography at some point in their lives.
There are ways to relieve stress or pass the time, but not every option is a great idea. In the case of porn, it’s worse than just internet junk food.
“I’ll only look at porn while I’m single. As soon as I’m in a committed relationship, I’ll stop. It’s not a big deal.” Ever heard this before?