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Girls Watch Too: Pornography and the Modern Woman

Last Updated: August 11, 2015

Luke Gilkerson
Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Your Brain on Porn and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Episode 155


Girls Watch Too

Today we’re speaking with Dana Brown Smith, author of the new book, Girls Watch Too! Female Fascination with Pornography: Why You Should Care and What You Should Do About It.

In addition to being a frequent blogger on the Huffington Post, Dana is founder and president of the HR outsourcing firm Exalt Resources, L.L.C. Drawing on her personal experiences with porn, and pulling from her expertise responding to sexual harassment claims in the workplace, she brings an in-depth perspective to the effects of pornography on women.

Show Notes:

0:58 – Why did you write the book, Girls Watch Too?

3:54 – When was the first time you saw pornography?

5:55 – When did you develop a habit of looking at pornography? How bad did it get?

12:16 – How did you let the secret out to others?

16:22 – What are the statistics of porn use among women?

22:03 – What do women in particular need to keep in mind when it comes to breaking free from the grip of pornography?

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  • Comments on: Girls Watch Too: Pornography and the Modern Woman
    1. Watch?

      Heck, they are the ones doing the most porn. Both professionally and at home. Women just use sex all the time. They manipulate via attractiveness. Then when they can’t do it any longer. They complain that women are victimized. We have all see this. How many Hollywood stars made millions being sexy and then in their late 30s and 40s, they complain they were victims. Well they had no problems with things when they made money and had attention. It was all good then. It is all so hypocritical. Just like us ignoring the fact women simply have a choice to not do porn. But they won’t. Doing porn is easier than working 9 to 5.

      • I guess I don’t get your point. Do women make porn? Sure. But why does this mean women don’t watch porn?

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