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reply to post by seeker1963
All right. I've had some very good, very satisfying sex in my life, but it sure wasn't porn-style sex.
If that's what you see before it's what you actually experience, what are you expecting? What is your ideal for sex?
That's my point. Not only that but both a young girls and a young boys see porn stars, what kind of body image does that develop on top of the unrealistic stuff they already see in the other mags and on TV?edit on 6-4-2014 by ketsuko because: (no reason given)
reply to post by ketsuko
Porn is censored in japan. Uncensored porn is illegal and traded on black markets
reply to post by Jay-morris
Are we going to see more children growing up looking at the oppersite sex as just sex objects and nothing more, or even worse things? - See more at: www.abovetopsecret.com...
Surprisingly few studies have linked the availability of porn in any society with actual associated antisocial behaviors or sex crimes in particular. None have found a causal relationship and very few have even found one of positive correlation.
In fact, many studies show the availability of pornography appears to reduce the rate of sex crimes:
Interestingly, whereas the number of sex-related crimes fell significantly after 1989, the number of other societal crimes -- murder, assault, and robbery -- rose significantly.
There was a story about a month ago in the uk about a boy who watched porn round his mates house. Went home and rapped his sister. He said he just wanted to try it.