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Op-ed: Anti-porn school program misrepresents science
Op-ed: Anti-porn school program misrepresents science

I am often asked about the science that exists in evidence that porn is not an addiction. Here is some information. 

Op-ed: Anti-porn school program misrepresents science | The Salt Lake Tribune | There is extensive evidence showing that the hypothesis that pornography use is universally harmful is false. In a nationally representative survey, only a tiny percentage of those who viewed sex films reported problems due to viewing (less than 2 percent of men, less than 0.05 percent of women). There is no evidence for permanent escalation over time. When asked balanced questions, studies find mostly positive effects of sex film use and viewing results in brain responses that resemble those of other innocuous pleasures in the brain.
http://www.sltrib.com/opinion/4680276-155/op-ed-anti-porn-school-program-misrepresents-science

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