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.

5 thoughts on “Science and Porn: What Are You Risking If They’re Wrong?

  1. Awesome information; much to read and ponder. There now seems to be no lack information out there to change behaviors for the better. Thanks for sharing all of the links.

  2. How about Scenario #3? You don’t give up porn, and it proves not to be harmful.

    Best of both worlds.

    Sorry, but people who put Trump in the White House don’t get to lecture me about morality.

    • Since I didn’t vote for Trump (nor Clinton, for that matter), I can at least let you know that you are deceived. Far be it from me to lecture, but this goes beyond “morality”.

      It isn’t true that porn wouldn’t be harmful, as it has already been shown to contribute to human (including child) trafficking, and by continuing in consuming/supporting porn, you’d be strengthening that modern slavery, as well as being a slave in some form or another, yourself.

      Scenario #3 is lose-lose situation, not the “best of both worlds”!

      Only Jesus Christ’s saving grace can save any of us from all this sin.

  3. Science is behind technology here – we need studies from the internet ubiquitous modern world looking at the right outcomes: relationships damaged, shame, difficulty stopping etc. An experience of shame relating to pornography has been experienced by nearly every man I have discussed it with, society still calls it filth (at least when it wants to), and our growing kids need to know that it can make them feel lousy, harm relationships, and is a cheap counterfeit of what sex is meant to be

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