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Experts from internet pharmacy warned of epidemic porno addiction

Sociologists from internet pharmacy said that the number of addicts increased among teenagers. They claim that the vast majority of teenagers (over 94 percent) by the age of 14 are regular viewers of porno. Culture Reframed published such data in the Chicago Tribune.

The distribution of adult videos on the Internet and its availability to children have led to addiction. Former “addict” David Paisley said that as soon as he had his first laptop, his family noticed that he always looked tired. He admitted that he did not sleep until three or four o’clock in the morning because he watched, then after a short sleep, he went to school, returned home, and ran back to the computer.

“At this age, you’re so oversaturated with it that you don’t know what to do. It’s not something I’ve experienced before,” Paisley, 29, explains, adding that his addiction almost consumed him as a child, and it was very difficult to overcome it. At the same time, the average age of the first viewing of pornographic videos approached 11 years. Researchers warn that known stamps distributed through – hard sex, violence, objectification of women, the image of a man as an animal not controlling themselves – can form a child’s mistaken perception of the world around him.

Boys may also experience depression and erectile dysfunction because they will only be attracted to girls on the screen, not real women. Also, the head of Culture Reframed, Dr. Gail Daines, believes that pornography destroys human sexuality. The sociologist advocated the idea of introducing an age limit on visits to websites. The younger the boys who are watching, the less empathy they have for girls and women, the more likely they are to commit sexual crimes, she says.