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A Warped Worldview: Another Moral Effect of Pornography

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By Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.

149165593-199x300The moral effects of pornography are, by now, well attested. The scourge of pornography has brought ruin and harm into the lives of millions of our friends and neighbors, destroying marriages, distorting sexuality, and poisoning minds. Even so, the pornography industrial complex continues to grow, representing one of the most lucrative segments of the Internet economy.

For the most part, previous research into the effects of pornography has focused on the psychological and physiological effects of pornography exposure. Among males, exposure to pornography is associated with addictive behaviors traced to the release of chemicals in the brain, stimulating arousal and excitement. In the larger context, pornography is also associated with an exaggerated masculinity, negative attitudes toward women, and relational breakdowns due to unrealistic sexual expectations.

Pornography reduces women to objects of sexual attraction and the endless permutations of sexual behaviors available on the Internet are evidence of the insatiable desire for innovation and excitement that pornography produces. This, to a large extent, is what makes pornography such an expansive industry. Its product builds an apparently insatiable appetite for more, and then even more.

More recently, research has emerged that points to another effect of pornography exposure — it warps the worldview of the viewer….

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  • Wayne

    It is sad to say, but we are raising a generation with a high percentage of sexual deviates, and what will become future sex criminals. Just like drugs, pretty soon whatever they have been viewing will not be enough and these viewers will want to participate in and initiate acts that become more and more lewd. The heart will never find its fill with money drugs, or sin.

    • Seymour Kleerly

      I agree!

  • http://rationalresponses.blogspot.com/ Jeff Dixon

    Why would an all knowing god create people who get excited seeing pornography? Why not create people who are disinterested or get ill watching it?

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