Porn and Mental Health: 10 Facts from the Experts





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Published on Nov 6, 2015

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The evidence is clear. Consuming porn is associated with all kind of mental health concerns. We deserve better as a society. Our kids deserve better. The women in our lives deserve better. With as commonplace as porn use is today, if porn made us healthier, we would be healthy by now.

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Todd G. Morrison, Shannon R. Ellis, Melanie A. Morrison, Anomi Bearden, and Rbecca L. Harriman. “Exposure to sexually explicit material and variations in body esteem, genital attitudes, and sexual esteem among a sample of Canadian men,” The Journal of Men’s Studies 14 (2006): 209-223

Dolf Zillmann, “Influence of unrestrained access to erotica on adolescents’ and young adults’ dispositions toward sexuality," Journal of Adolescent Health 27 (Aug. 2000): 41-44

Jochen Peter and Patti M. Valkenburg, “Adolescents’ exposure to a sexualized media environment and their notions of women as sex objects,” Sex Roles 56 (2007): 381-395

Elizabeth M. Morgan, “Association between young adults’ use of sexually explicit materials and their sexual preferences, behaviors, and satisfaction,” Journal of Sex Research 48 (2011): 520–530

Katie Szittner, “Study exposes secret world of porn addiction,” Sydney.edu. May 10, 2012

Christian Laier, “Pornographic Picture Processing Interferes with Working Memory Performance,” Journal of Sex Research 0 (2012): 1-11

Sherif Karama, André Roch Lecours, Jean-Maxime Leroux, Pierre Bourgouin, Gilles Beaudoin, Sven Joubert, Mario Beauregard, “Areas of brain activation in males and females during viewing of erotic film excerpts,” Human Brain Mapping 16 (May 2002): 1–13

Michele L. Ybarra and Kimberly J. Mitchell, “Exposure to Internet Pornography among Children and Adolescents: A National Survey,” CyberPsychology & Behavior 8 (2005): 473-486

Gustavo Mesch, “Social bonds and Internet pornographic exposure among adolescents,” Journal of Adolescence 32 (2009): 601–618
For 250+ Facts and Stats About Pornography visit http://cvnteyes.co/2qfOS4w.


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