Pornography is a distortion of God’s purpose for human sexuality

Pornography is a problem that is difficult to deal with because we don’t know how to talk about it. In the old days, porn was confined to graphic novels, magazines or DVD’s. Today 71 percent of adults, 85 percent of teens and young adults who have viewed pornography did so using websites or smart phones. Viewers can watch porn whenever and wherever they want.

For some teenagers, their distorted sexual education has come from pornography. An Alberta University study found that one-third of 13-year-old boys admitted viewing porn. Teenage girls are more likely to view soft porn. The erotic male and female actors are following a script, doing sexual acts that are meant to arouse the viewers. Absent are any intimate expressions of love by committed couples who understand each other’s needs and likes and respond according.

Most teens are “sexting” – either on the receiving or sending end of sexually explicit images. About 60 percent of teens and young adults have received a sexually explicit image and 41 percent have sent one (usually from/to their boy/girlfriend or friend).

People use porn for various reasons, the most obvious being sexual arousal, but also for boredom, curiosity, and fun. The pornographic industry is basically run by men, for men using sex acts as a way to cause sexual arousal that is usually accompanied by masturbation.

The porn companies want people to become completely addicted to their product. An addicted customer keeps coming back for more. Their porn images excite, arouse and get the hormones flowing. No needles or drugs are necessary to get addicted to porn. Our bodies will make its own drugs just by looking at the pictures. Psychologist Dr. Victor Cline says that sex and pornography can be a more difficult addiction to break than cocaine.

About Wilmer Todd 90 Articles
Father Wilmer Todd is author and lives in Bourg. Until his retirement, he lived in Thibodaux.

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