ABC News, Februari 2, 2012
Porn star James Deen has a wholesome look young girls fawn over. Deen has an avid fan base of teen girls across Twitter, Facebook, and several blogs.
ABC News, May 7, 2012
Teens who say they were addicted to online pornography share their secrets.
SBS Viceland, March 26, 2014
The Feed meets a recovering porn addict to find out what life is really like when you're trying to quit porn.
Channel 4, 2015
This TV documentary investigates the dark side of sexting, revealing what can happen when your most intimate photos get into the wrong hands. For young people today, sharing intimate or sexual pictures via text message and social media is commonplace. This shocking documentary goes to extraordinary lengths to demonstrate just how an ex's appetite for revenge can have devastating, life changing consequences.
BBC, Fri 3 Oct 2014
Jameela Jamil finds out if it's true that children are being exposed to more pornography earlier than ever before - and what the effects of that might be. With smartphones and tablets making it easier than ever to get hold of the most explicit images, there are fears that each generation is seeing porn earlier than the one before, so Jameela meets teenagers across the country to hear from them what impact it has had on their attitudes and behavior.
With an exclusive survey, the biggest of its kind, revealing the truth about how much porn kids really see, she also talks to those behind some of the mostly commonly viewed material, including one of Britain's best known porn stars and rap artist Skepta, to see if they are worried about who's watching.
She visits a family whose eight-year-old son was unexpectedly exposed to hardcore porn and, as she hears how it has directly affected people's lives, Jameela asks if teaching children about porn could be the answer - and if so, at what age that should start.
60 Minutes, CBS News, 2003
Steve Kroft reports on a $10 billion industry
Selling sex is one of the oldest businesses in the world, and right now, business has never been better.
One of the biggest cultural changes in the United States over the past 25 years has been the widespread acceptance of sexually explicit material - pornography.
In the space of a generation, a product that once was available in the back alleys of big cities has gone corporate, delivered now directly into homes and hotel rooms by some of the biggest companies in the United States.
It is estimated that Americans now spend somewhere around $10 billion a year on adult entertainment, which is as much as they spend attending professional sporting events, buying music or going out to the movies.
Consumer demand is so strong that it has seduced some of America's biggest brand names, and companies like General Motors, Marriott and Time Warner are now making millions selling erotica to America. Last November, Correspondent Steve Kroft reported on this billion-dollar industry.
This documentary explores teenagers' emerging sexuality in an age of increasingly accessible and hardcore pornography. While the technology of our times (internet and mobile phones) amplify the availability of pornography, the impact on young people's sexual development and early relationships is unprecedented. The program tells the stories of young people for whom pornography is normalised, and goes behind the scenes of the porn industry to discover the reality behind the fantasy.
BodyWisdomVideos, May 7, 2015
Anatomy & physiology teacher, and author of "Your Brain on Porn: Internet Pornography and the Emerging Science of Addiction", explains the evolutionary forces behind porn's appeal, how the brain changes in response to supernormal stimulation, and what makes today's Internet porn different from static porn of the past. For more info, visit "Your Brain On Porn"- https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/
For studies supporting this presentation see the following pages:
1) Main page with multiple links supporting everything: https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/videos/your-brain-on-porn-how-internet-porn-affects-the-brain-2015/
2) Porn and sexual problems? This list contains over 30 studies linking porn use/porn addiction to sexual problems and lower arousal to sexual stimuli. The first 6 studies in the list demonstrate causation, as participants eliminated porn use and healed chronic sexual dysfunctions. https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/studies-linking-porn-use-or-porn-sex-addiction-to-sexual-dysfunctions-lower-arousal-and-lower-sexual-relationship-satisfaction/
3) Porn/sex addiction? This page lists 43 neuroscience-based studies (MRI, fMRI, EEG, neuropsychological, hormonal). They provide strong support for the addiction model as their findings mirror the neurological findings reported in substance addiction studies. https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/brain-studies-on-porn-users-sex-addicts/#brain
4) The real experts’ opinions on porn/sex addiction? This list contains 22 recent literature reviews & commentaries by some of the top neuroscientists in the world. All support the addiction model. https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/brain-studies-on-porn-users-sex-addicts/
5) Signs of addiction and escalation to more extreme material? Over 35 studies reporting findings consistent with escalation of porn use (tolerance), habituation to porn, and even withdrawal symptoms (all signs and symptoms associated with addiction). https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/studies-find-escalation-and-habituation-in-porn-users-tolerance/
6) An official diagnosis? The world’s most widely used medical diagnostic manual, The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), contains a new diagnosis suitable for porn addiction: “Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder.” https://icd.who.int/browse11/l-m/en#/http%3a%2f%2fid.who.int%2ficd%2fentity%2f1630268048
7) Porn’s effects on relationships? Over 70 studies link porn use to less sexual and relationship satisfaction. As far as we know all studies involving males have reported more porn use linked to poorer sexual or relationship satisfaction. https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/studies-linking-porn-use-or-porn-sex-addiction-to-sexual-dysfunctions-lower-arousal-and-lower-sexual-relationship-satisfaction/#less
8) Porn use affecting emotional and mental health? Over 65 studies link porn use to poorer mental-emotional health & poorer cognitive outcomes. https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/studies-linking-porn-use-to-poorer-mental-emotional-health-poorer-cognitive-outcomes/
9) More extensive list of studies on porn users and sex addicts: https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/
10) More extensive list of studies on adolescents and porn use: https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/pornography-and-adolescents-studies/
11) Over 25 studies link porn use to "un-egalitarian attitudes" toward women: https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/relevant-research-and-articles-about-the-studies/porn-use-sex-addiction-studies/studies-linking-porn-use-to-un-egalitarian-attitudes-toward-women/
1) In addition to the studies above, this page contains articles and videos by over 130 experts (urology professors, urologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, sexologists, MDs) who acknowledge and have successfully treated porn-induced ED and porn-induced loss of sexual desire: https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/porn-induced-sexual-dysfunctions/experts-who-recognize-por
2) Links to pages with over 4,500 documented self-reports reports of young men healing chronic ED, DE and low libido by quitting porn:
Compulsion Solutions, 24 jul. 2007
Expert and sex-addiction therapist George Collins speaking on a panel debating "Today's Porn - Entertainment or Addiction." Sponsored by the Free Speech Coalition, other panel members included porn star Nina Hartley.
Frontline, Feb 7, 2002
It’s one of the hottest industries in America — and with adult movies, magazines, retail stores, and the growth of the Internet — business is booming. The Bush administration has pledged a new attack on the porn industry and for the first time in years, there’s a renewed interest in mounting prosecutions. FRONTLINE investigates American Porn and the pending political battle that will soon engulf the multibillion dollar business and its distribution partners — some of America’s best known corporations.
Encore+, Okt 7, 2018
While magazines reflect human values, they also have the power to change them. This episode examines the trailblazers: from Playboy’s impact on the sexual revolution, to Ms. Magazine as a rallying cry for feminism, to the Advocate, a revolutionary magazine fighting for sexual and civil rights. Magazines find ways to challenge us with ideas that have the power to shape the political and social landscape.
Inside the great magazines part 2: Igniting social change full:
Paul Ginocchio, 2014
Paul Ginocchio’s “The Courage to Love,” a pioneering documentary about four individuals’ journeys from the pain and shame of sexual addiction to the hope and healing of recovery.
“It is my hope that The Courage to Love will help to educate people who are curious or confused about sexual addiction and ultimately to help those who are still suffering.” – Paul Ginocchio, MFT, Filmmaker
Jonathan Schneider, 2000
This educational video has an important message: pornography is an addiction. Its effects on users and their loved ones are just as habit-forming and destructive as heroin, tobacco, or any other addictive agent. The film shows how pornography promotes contempt towards the women and children it exploits. The program features disturbing interviews with pornography addicts, many of whom are convicted sex offenders. They talk frankly about how pornography affects their psyches and systems, coloring all their activities and relationships.
Christian J. Pinto, 2007
Why are America's children disappearing? Why must parents live in fear that their children will be molested, abducted, or worse? Parents live in a state of continual fear. No longer do mothers worry about little Johnny coming home late for dinner - they must wonder if he will come home at all. But how did our country reach this point?
The Kinsey Syndrome unfolds the work and influence of Dr. Alfred Kinsey, considered to be "the father of the sexual revolution." But did Kinsey liberate America from its prudish view of sex? Or help to unleash the horrors of our present society?
This documentary shows how "The Kinsey Reports" have been used to change the laws concerning sex crimes in America, resulting in the minimal sentences so often given to rapists and pedophiles. Further explained is that the Kinsey data laid the foundation for sex education -- training teachers, psychologists and even Catholic priests in human sexuality. What has been the consequence? And what was Kinsey's research really based upon?
Working secretly in his attic, Dr. Kinsey was one of America's original pornographers. His influence inspired Hugh Hefner to launch Playboy Magazine - the "soft" approach to porn - which in time would escalate the widespread use of pornography through magazines, cable TV and the Internet. In 2006 the California Child Molestation & Sexual Abuse Attorneys reported that: "The number of victims of childhood sexual abuse and molestation grows each year. This horrific crime is directly tied to the growth of pornography on the Internet."
Perhaps most disturbing, Alfred Kinsey has been accused of training pedophiles to work with stopwatches and record the responses of children being raped - all in the name of "science." Among his workers was a Nazi pedophile whose relationship to Kinsey was exposed in a German court. The information from these crimes was then recorded in "Table 34" of Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male. How can lawmakers use such a document to define the moral parameters of our society?
Why has the truth about Kinsey been suppressed for so long? And what can Americans do to make a difference?
Fanlight Productions, 2005
This disturbing documentary enters the world of juvenile sex offenders whose victims are younger children. It explores the lives of three convicted teens between the ages of 15 and 17 (two male, one female), all of whom were themselves sexually abused when they were younger. Their victims were as young as four. The program offers a rare glimpse into the reality of adolescent sex offenders, as well as the experiences of professionals who are working to end the cycle of sexual exploitation. In graphic detail, participants in a treatment program discuss their evolution from sexual prey to sexual predators, from victims to victimizers.
Made in collaboration with a southeastern Pennsylvania outpatient treatment facility, the film explores the experiences, motivations, and aspirations of adolescent sex offenders and examines some strategies being used to rehabilitate them. The teens discuss their sexual experiences, the development of their offense cycle, what they have learned in treatment and their hopes for the future. Program staff and international experts comment on the importance of treatment and concerns about the effectiveness of mandatory registration programs. Juvenile justice authorities discuss the challenge of balancing community safety with rehabilitation. This is an excellent introduction to this issue, and to one cognitive-behavioral approach to the treatment of sexual offenders.
Open Lens Media , Aug 31, 2008
"The price of pleasure: Pornography, sexuality & relationships" examines the unprecedented role that commercial pornography occupies in American popular culture. The film explores what happens when images of sexual degradation are used for arousal.
National Center on Sexual Exploitation, Okt 31, 2018
Pornography is more pervasive than ever. Our culture has become pornified and today’s teens are being bombard with sexually graphic content. Finally, the scientific research is catching up. Pornography harms. It is destroying our brain, our relationships, and our ability to love.
Join Ben Miller, National Center on Sexual Exploitation, as he presents the latest information on the harms of pornography and ways we can combat it.
Benjamin Nolot, July 2013
Human Trafficking is a 32 billion dollar industry! We were born in the most sexually turbulent times in human history! Lord open our eyes to the disillusionment!
The most devastating outcome of the sexual revolution is that it disconnected sex from love in the name of freedom.
A healthy sexuality is an expression of love and intimacy not a substitute for it.
The end result of lust is a heart shut down and a life destroyed.
Men are not creatures dominated by sexuality! Men are the protectors, the liberators, and the servants of God's order!
Women are not sexual objects to be conquered! Women are the crowning glory and beauty of God's creation!
Destructive sexuality tries to be a substitute for true God-given love and intimacy.
We don't seem like a Bride without stain & blemish, but Jesus WILL take a prostituted Bride and make us clean & spotless.
The sexual lies of enemy are going to be demolished by the mighty hand of God!
1) Abstain from toxic sexuality 2) Guide sexuality with discretion. 3) Establish appropriate relationships
The Lord will have a pure and spotless bride when He returns. The Church will be ready with pure eyes and pure love.
Jesus is stronger than the spirit of lust that has raped this generation, every chain will be broken at His name
The weakness for a woman is to exploit her beauty and a weakness for a man is to consume her.
Please pray for our new documentary which will basically be a cinematic representation of what I spoke about tonight. [email protected]
"Listening to @BenjaminNolot gives me hope that women could be valued for who they are and men could rise up as protectors of the weak."
Nefarious, 2011 (Trailer)
Liberated, 2017 (Trailer)
David Corlett, Jan 1, 2016
Readily available and aggressively marketed online, exposure to hardcore pornography is now mainstream. The classroom or parent talk is now no match for porn – with its endless array of gyrating bodies, offering a quick, easy and anonymous sexual charge. Porn has become the default sexuality educator for young people growing up online.
The Porn Factor takes viewers on a journey of discovery, from regional and urban Australia to the centre of the international porn industry in Los Angeles and back. Through candid interviews with young people, experts and porn industry professionals, The Porn Factor explores how pornography is shaping young people’s sexual expectations and experiences. It brings into compelling focus the 21st century challenges faced by parents, schools and others as they seek to equip young people for a sexuality that is safe, respectful and fully consenting.
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