Wow. Okay, so I was trying to keep things respectful, but you clearly don't care about that. So since we're not worrying about being respectful, let me point out a couple of things that you clearly have no idea about: 1. First off, no one said you were wrong about anything. People are respectfully disagreeing with you and you can’t even respectfully disagree back. You have to start an argument because you think people are trying to call you out or something for lying or just having wrong facts, and again, no one has done that. Stop being so self-righteous and arrogant saying that my list of things isn’t even relevant to bring up! These are opinions, not facts or arguable statements! People are trying to respectfully disagree with you, not prove you wrong or be obnoxious about differing opinions like you are. Learn the difference!! 2. Sure, let’s get more into this! I’ve been married for over 20 years now, I’ve been an addict for over 30 years, and I’ve been in recovery for about 3 years. How much experience do you have with addiction, recovery, and marriage? (I see your profile states that you’re only 22 years old, by the way. Is this where you tell us that’s a lie to make yourself look more experienced with all of this?) 3. Gambling addiction risks the income of the family, yes, but have you ever thought that people with porn/sex addictions are spending money as well? There are people who have maxed out entire credit cards taken out just for engaging in a sex/porn addiction. 4. Drug addiction obviously puts your health at risk, but if you think porn addiction does nothing negative to a person’s brain, you clearly haven’t done any research on this subject. This website will tell you ALL about how porn affects the human brain. Unless, of course, you think you know more than all the people that did all that research and the THOUSANDS of stories found linked at the bottom of the page that are consistent with all the data presented on the page. 5. Porn addiction may not put an addict at risk to death like an alcohol addiction can, but you obviously have no idea about how unpredictable it can make an addict who doesn’t care about anything and only wants to be alone to get back to porn. And if you think for even half a second that no one has ever been in legal trouble over a sex addiction, you should probably keep your opinion on anything concerning this addiction to yourself until you’ve learned the basics about it. 6. You obviously have zero clue about eating addictions. https://oa.org/ is a website devoted a 12 step program for people with eating addictions. Just because you’re never heard of something doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. That kind of statement is an extreme slap in the face to people who struggle with that addiction. 7. NO ONE here has said ANYTHING about arranged marriages. I don’t get why you even brought that up. No one is saying anything about not having a choice in marriage. 8. This brings me to my final point. If a married man occasionally uses porn and it truly isn’t a problem at all for him, then that’s not an addiction, and that’s NOT the person we are talking about when we say he must tell his wife. She needs to know about it because it will drastically affect her. Let me try to point this out in a different way. Let’s say you have an extensive collection of some very valuable things. You are also very sentimentally attached to them because some were left to you and you worked hard to find and paid a lot buy others, but don’t think about the collection much because its all buried somewhere deep in a basement that you never go to. If you were married and your wife was pawning things off bit by bit to buy and smoke weed while you were at work everyday, would you want to know?