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Online Porn: Cancer of the Mind By Mrs Vera West

     On-line porn has had a destructive impact upon young men, who are ceasing to be healthy sexually functioning beings. They are sex addicts who paradoxically don’t have sex:
  https://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/mind/new-breed-sex-addicts-dont-have-sex/

“Kabir*, 26, is looking for porn on the internet compulsively, as he has done every day before and after work since he began full-time work. Instead of socialising or working, Kabir spends almost £400 a month talking to sex cam girls, who charge him for the opportunity to instruct them how to undress or pleasure themselves on camera. He drinks Red Bull and black coffee to stay awake. Frayed and ashamed, he now wants to stop. I find him on a sex cam confessions thread of the forum “NoFap” – an anti-porn use site where men, desperate to stop looking at porn, counsel each other. Many of the users of NoFap are also non-porn consumers: wives of addicts; mums trying to wean their sons or sometimes daughters from porn, and even siblings looking to stage an intervention....”

     Apart from the health risks, porn sites have numerous security risks:
  https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/nicolenguyen/the-hidden-security-risks-of-free-porn-online

     Darkness lurks within.

 

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