A couple great documentaries have been posted here an the past few days. As a result I now have two cautions to post about from my own search of "Raised on Porn" (the first posted documentary) on YouTube. 1) When scrolling down the search results I come across a playlist labeled "Raised on Porn". The thumbnail, in my mind, is definitely pornographic in nature. Aside from maybe four videos in the playlist which appear to be documentaries related to the harmful effects of porn, the thumbnails of the majority of the other videos appear to have a sort of sexual or erotic tone to them. I'll freely admit, my checking the playlist wasn't done with completely honourable intentions. Since the warning sirens were blaring in my head I never clicked any of the videos. We all have to be careful as we never know when a temptation will pop up during our innocent travels. Posting about it here is probably the best thing I can do to keep anything from taking hold. In may ways, the unintentional exposure and keeping it a secret is what sends many of us down the porn hole as a child. 2) Here's an interview with a serial killer on the night before his execution. He both iterates he doesn't blame porn for what he did and mentions how it's an addiction there was an escalation from softcore to hardcore and eventually violent porn. From then on the escalation went from fantasy to reality. He killed people, I didn't. I do not feel the urge to kill people but I'm also not going to be naive and say it could never happen. Given the right circumstances I easily could have became or could become a serial killer. Perhaps it is the grace of God I never went there. The biggest thing I'm taking from his words are he does not blame the pornography for his actions. For any of us, not blaming pornography should be a huge step in our recovery.