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Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? Click here Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. People do have a strong response to video pornography. Internet porn is very good at triggering male sexuality. The economic forces of the open market have driven modern internet porn to be very, very effective at triggering male sexual buttons, to get them aroused.

But women actually have a stronger physiological response to porn than men and based upon this research, women should be more addicted to pornography than men. But the overwhelming majority of the stories we hear about are men. Porn can affect people, but it does not take them over or override their values. If someone watches porn showing something they find distasteful, it has no impact on their behavior or desires.

But, if someone watches porn depicting acts that they, the watcher, are neutral about, then it does make it slightly more likely that they express interest in trying that act themselves. Take anal sex for instance. If a porn viewer finds it disgusting, watching anal pornography isn't going to change that.

But, if they are neutral on it, then watching anal porn probably will slightly increase the chance that I would be willing to at least give it a try. But, there is the crux of the issue—the people who gravitate towards unhealthy, violent porn, are people who already have a disposition towards violence. So—the problem is not in the porn, but in those people. Regulating porn access really is going to have no impact on these people as they can and do find far more violent and graphic images in mainstream Hollywood films like "Saw. See the work of Milton Diamond Across the world, and in America, as men have increased ability to view Internet erotica, sex crimes go down.

Believe it or not - porn is good for society. This is correlational data, but it is extremely robust, repeated research. But, it is not a message that many people want to hear. Individuals may not like porn, but our society loves it, and benefits from it. Something about you more than one thing, usually has led you to be a person who makes bad decisions about sex. Wow — earth-shattering, right? But several empirical studies here's a link to one of several have found that self-identified porn addicts tend to be people with high libido. You are also a person who can get turned on very quickly when you choose to.

Further, you might have grown up in a home or culture where sex and masturbation were seen as morally wrong.

Having a high-libido is not a bad thing. In fact, one of the things I often argue is that men and women who like sex have changed this world, and made it better. Rock stars, politicians, military leaders and sports stars often tend to be people with high libidos, and a high desire to succeed.

Sometimes, they actually want to succeed, just so they can have lots of sex. We treat sex like a dirty secret. One thing is that they understand themselves, and their desires. They are paying attention to themselves, and they are doing the work that is needed to make good decisions. Some men have the internet or cable turned off in their hotel rooms, or install a net nanny on their own computer, so they have less temptation.

But, the responsibility is on you to identify why and how you make bad decisions, and take steps to make better decisions in the future.

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Porn's not the problem - you are. But you know what? You're also the solution. Pornography presents an entirely unrealistic and often violent and degrading vision of female sexuality, which might be why a relatively small number of women use it. The short and long term injuries, diseases and psychological trauma that so many women and men in porn routinely sustain are very real.

This article, like most, misses what is the real porn for women, romance novels and chick flicks. Both contain men every bit as uncommon as tall skinny redheads with natural large breasts who can't get to the sex part of the evening quickly enough and prefer old guys who are overweight and bald. How is it there seem to be few studies to determine if unrealistic depictions of males in women's entertainment leads women to have unrealistic expectations of men in real life?

And I would point out that as much as women are objectified for their physical beauty, men are objectified for their usefulness to women, be it protection, provision, or companionship. Romance novels may make you want to jerk it, especially if it is something like 50 shades of grey, but nothing close to porn. Wouldn't chick flicks make women want to go out and meet men rather than push them to become social recluses and masturbate? The average women's porn addict buys rape romances per month. My former public library had the women's porn section right near the entrance, and what was left on the denuded shelves were the most dog-eared and worn out paperbacks you can imagine.

I think it's because romance novels are words on a page, while pornography is filmed prostitution in a global sex industry that's largely unregulated and often illegal, and which therefore involves real people potentially being trafficked, sexually exploited, assaulted or raped. Quite a difference there. Do you know why crack is so awesome? It bathes the brain in dopamine which brings on feelings of euphoria. You know what else releases natural dopamine into the brain?

You know what's close but not quite sex? You know what addiction is? According to merriam webster it's: You know what happens to a crackhead without crack? They get down, they feel depressed and NEED a hit to get back up. Porn addiction is very similar. Like comparing caffeine to crack, static porn magazines,vhs can't compete with internet porn. Men are visually aroused, we all know this. So when you give a young man unlimited access to unlimited variety your going to have problems. That my friends is positive reinforcement , Pavlovs dog.

The problem comes in the form of tolerance like good ol' webster said addictions is characterized by a compulsive action, tolerance, and withdrawal. Tolerance manifests itself in novelty so like Mr. Ley excuse me Dr. Ley pointed out you wouldn't try anal sex after viewing anal sex porn if you weren't already interested in it but if that was the case, why are you viewing it in the first place?

How do people get into all the nasty stuff? It's all escalation you can have no interest in any of these topics but you watch them anyways because you never seen them before. Your doubling up your crack intake. Lastly you get to withdrawal. Doctors have been seeing increasing numbers of young men with E. Why in the world would a young guy with a young girlfriend not be able to get it up? It doesn't make sense, don't most men wish they could be in his place? It's because she doesn't stimulate him to the same level as the internet, she can't, it's not possible, not to one who is addicted.

Online you can have a thousand different women service you simultaneously. Much of the bonding effect of sex is chemical. It's all mental conditioning. The girlfriend is producing a dopamine hit that is simply too small. Young men also suffer from "deathgrip" gripping the penis too hard during masturbation which results in underwhelming sensations when having vaginal intercourse, a vagina can't grip like a fist.

So with all that depression sets in young guys feel like shit, they don't know what's wrong, they feel bad that they can't please their partners,etc and all that just circulates. There are countless success stories of men addicted to porn overcoming it and resolving their problems through sobriety. For some it can take a couple weeks for others six months to a year to fully throw the yoke of porn.

Bottom line anything you read that says "you can't become addicted to porn" or "porn addiction isn't real" is bullshit. Anyone who says this doesn't know what they're talking about.

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Now I don't disagree with Dr. I am addicted to porn because I choose to be lazy I choose not to fight it. I am not making enough effort to get away from it and that's my fault. When I view porn that's a choice I make. It's the same with druggies. But porn is a drug and it is capable of creating addiction, no doubt. It could be that acceptance and recognition of E. Porn may play no real role in this increase.

Just wanted to point that out I have plenty of other issues with the logic of both you and Dr. I just don't feel like writing a novel right now. I didn't say it here, but have said elsewhere - focusing on whether a man's penis gets erect merely feeds the belief that male sexuality is about an erection.

Sex is about a lot of things, and the quality of a man's erection is merely one factor. When I see men with ED, young or old, it is an opportunity to discuss with them the broad array of sexual behaviors open to them and their partner. The panic about porn causing ED is based on a very narrow, simplistic view of male sexuality. Personally, I think men have value in bed and can achieve personal satisfaction, regardless of an erection.

Sex and sexuality spans so much more then vaginal intercourse. I understand that in a relationship women are very turned on by their man getting a powerful erection as a result of the attraction he has for them. In the movie "this is 40" paul rudd tells his wife that he took a viagra and it killed the mood for her. I was briefly in a relationship with a wonderful woman. I could tell her she was beautiful and I wanted her but I couldn't show her. Was it a result of my penis? Not really per se, and nobody will ever admit it; but I think it was. You actually enjoy being with a woman more than wanting to watch and masturbate to porn.

I'm the same way. I get hard easily whenever I am around my girlfriend. Those that spent years with porn masturbating their lives away don't feel the same. They get more of that impulse to masturbate to porn. They get a lot harder getting off to porn vs a woman. They simply are sexually attracted to porn over women, unlike you and me.

Recent research is finding that pornography may actually be causing impotence in young men when the time comes to have sex with real women.

Some might call that poetic justice. Hey sam you get get hard without looking at porn. Porn is a tool for masturbation. This whole I get hard only to porn is stupid. Some erect difintley then others. Crack is a chemical you add to your body that has effects on your body. These are chemicals in addition to dopamine. Dopamine has an effect, sure, but so do crack and alcohol. With masturbation there's just dopamine. So you're saying it's not the crack or the alcohol, but just the dopamine? Medical science awaits your experiments examining the difference between suddenly stopping masturbation, suddenly stopping crack, and suddenly stopping alcohol.

Withdrawal is drastically different, I assure you. Right there, you can see there's a difference. It ain't just about dopamine. Porn is not crack or alcohol. There may still be a dopamine conditioning process, but comparing these "addictions" is ludicrous. There is obviously the chemical side of the addiction where nicotine steps in and gets you addicted. There is a reward circuit response to various stimuli as well.

What happens there is that once you carry out some sort of pleasurable activity, you start to enjoy it more and more and build that connection. Whenever the impulse kicks in to want to carry out that activity, you got a dopamine drive similar to that of other addictions since those other drugs also go through the same pleasure reward circuit.

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That is why masturbating to porn leads to a similar pleasure addiction to drugs. This pleasure addiction is also why people actually orgasm to weird things like balloons, cars, etc. This difference in outcomes and susceptibility to addiction emerges from an empowerment parenting approach that turns over control to the kids as they get older, w a trust that they are good, and can define for themselves what they want their sexuality to mean.

This parenting approach differs from a pure moralistic power and control version of parenting, which says "this is what is right, and if you do wrong, I will punish the behavior.

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Some christian traditions re sexuality-like dualism-appear to increase this repressive or "externalized shame based" view or sexuality and arousal, make it worse, as they define the problem as external like satan's temptations, and therefore, promote a type of internal war w your own self. To make things worse, many add that thoughts and desires are sins in and of themaselves.

These factors appear to explain why most people DO NOT escalate in "addiction" to porn, while people w any or all of the conditions I list, including non fully processed physical, sexual and emotional abuse seem to be AT WAY MORE at risk to develop all kinds of destructive "addictions". In other words, adverse childhood experiences, and well intended, but wrongheaded information from well intended parents and mentors "prepare" your circuitry to be more vulnerable to a host of destructive behaviors-the same problems emerge as a chaotic background.

In contrast, the view that kids are wired to be good, and can be trusted to do the right thing when it comes to their sexual boundaries, usually learn a non-repressive, empowerment, internally defined view of their sexuality that does not produce the shame and level of emotional neediness that addicts generally exhibit in the troubled area. A set up to focus on external solutions and internal battles replaces a happy sex life w oneself or w an emotionally intimate partner and friends.

Safe relationships, and accurate non-shame based sexual information re where our sexual arousal patterns and desires come from, can combine w a non-power control interpersonal relationship skills approaches to act as "inoculations" for our children against not only porn addiction, but a host of other destructive patterns.

The "sexual thought desire is inherently the problem" produces all sorts of sexual hang ups, destructiveness, and shame-which actually fuels addictions. The resulting confusion and feelings of powerlessness in the sexual arena become a classic example of good people w good intentions and wrong info producing the self fulfilling prophetic "fear struggle dance" called sexual addiction. THAT produces eating disorders Therapists like you have done your work so well that many have no shame about porn use I had no intention of comparing the severity of the addictions.

I am illustrating that the idea that people can become addicted to porn is no different then the idea that people can become addicted to crack.

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Submitted by andrew wilson on May 22, - 7: See "pathological gambling" in DSM5 as an addiction. Et cetera, et cetera. I am not making enough effort to get away from it and that's my fault. See the link below. It could be that acceptance and recognition of E.

Nobody would argue that crack is a real addiction. People become addicted to porn in the exact same fashion as drugs. It's a chemical conditioning process. Is crack more severe? Absolutely, because like you said, your introducing an external chemical supply. With porn the body is working with the limited supply it can produce naturally. Is the withdrawal more severe? I wouldn't say so. I recall a light-hearted attempt by a group of around 12 young men in an online forum to give up pornography for one week. Not one of them lasted more than 36 hours. This somewhat disturbing result is replicated elsewhere.

See the link below. Keep rationalizing, keep burying those heads in the sand! I am a woman, I love hardcore porn.

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