About the author, Ron DeHaas

Ron DeHaas

Ron DeHaas is the president and co-founder of Covenant Eyes. Ron has a BS and an MS in Geology from The Ohio State University and attended the University of Michigan as a PhD candidate. Ron pioneered the concept of Accountability Software, and founded Covenant Eyes in the spring of 2000, and today over 150,000 subscribers enjoy the Internet accountability Covenant Eyes provides. Ron also founded Nehemiah Ministries, a 160-acre retreat and counseling center in south-central Michigan for pastors and missionaries. (Photo from the Lansing State Journal, photographer Greg DeRuiter. Used with permission.)

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The Porn Circuit

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Science shows us why porn is highly addictive. Learn how our neurochemistry is easily hijacked by porn to create compulsive behaviors, and discover how the brain can be rewired to escape porn's allure.

2 thoughts on “Is pain in porn wrong? Only half of adults think so.

  1. Wow, that’s disturbing…

    I think of Ted Bundy when I read those stats, he was into violent pornography. What must be going on in a person’s mind that would think a person subjected to pain during a sex act would be okay? Sounds sadistic for sure. You can see Ted’s interview with Dr. James Dobson on YouTube “Dr. James Dobson – Pornography: Addictive, Progressive and Deadly”. Dr. Dobson did a real great job in a presentation just before he showed the interview with Ted. For a person to literally think pleasure and pain go somehow hand-n-hand is a frightening thing. I really think that kind of porn (and all porn) should be banned. What levels could Ted have gone if he had access to the internet if the magazines he saw laid the seeds that encouraged his murderous behavior? This sort of trash can be accessed at the click of a mouse in the privacy of one’s home.

    Thanks for the article

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