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Discussion in 'Rebooting - Porn Addiction Recovery' started by Awakening123, Apr 19, 2016.
What do you guys think about this?
I am not sure if this is the right forum to post this or not.
I don't think that EVERYONE who uses porn develops it into a problem, but that it might subconsciously shift the attitudes of a lot of people.
And of course I love the hypocrisy that the most religious state in the country also has the highest rate of porn subscriptions.
If I had to make a very poorly thought out, totally unresearched, and borderline misogynistic guess, I would say that probably more men in Utah are willing to pay for porn because of all the sexually conservative Mormon women, making it harder for anyone to get laid.
My concern is that it will be instantly labeled as a conservative/liberal or religious/non religious issue and people will completely miss the point. But due to the increasing pervasiveness of porn and the way it affects many people on both ends of the camera it is something that needs to be addressed. I'm just not sure of the right way to go about it aside from increasing awareness.
As someone here said before: porn is now as cigarettes were in the 70s and 80s. Everyone back then thought cigarettes smoking has no connection with lung cancer. There aren't many researches done on the affect of porn addiction since it is relatively new but people can't deny the affects porn has on their mind and how it makes them feel.
"And of course I love the hypocrisy that the most religious state in the country also has the highest rate of porn subscriptions."
Ohhh, the irony ...
Yeah, I think that, too. This starts only now to get traction.
A time graph of the # of users here on the forums / on reddit / and the traffic of YBOP would be interesting.