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    OK so the more you look at porn - the softer your cock gets - Porn Addiction and erectile dysfunction


    http://www.yourbrainonporn.com/

    Interesting site

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    That site makes some very dubious claims and reads like an advertisement for a cult.

    Here's the real deal ...




    Your Brain on Porn - It's NOT Addictive


    What neurological research ACTUALLY shows about the people who use porn


    Posted Jul 25, 2013


    There has been a tremendous amount of hyperbole about porn use, with many authors and doomsayers claiming that viewing porn triggers dangerous neurochemical changes in the brain. But, groundbreaking new research says that it just ain’t so, and that people who are problem users of porn are actually people with high libidos, NOT people whose brains have been warped sex and porn.

    Popular antiporn advocates such as YourBrainonPorn and the group called Fight The New Drug, argue that porn use is a public health issue, not a free speech issue. These advocates often assert that if people and society only knew the damage that porn use was causing to our brains, that we would regulate it, in ourselves, and in the access that is allowed.


    Over recent years, these fear-based arguments often invoke brain-related lingo, and throw around terms like dopamine bursts and desensitization, to describe what allegedly happens in the brains of people who watch too much porn. Brain science is hot these days, and it’s attention-getting to use brain and neuroscience lingo in arguments, because it sounds so gosh-darned convincing and scientific. The problem is, there has been extremely little research that actually looks at the brains and behaviors of people using porn, and no good, experimental research that has looked at the brains of those who are allegedly addicted to porn. So, all of these arguments are theoretical, and based on rhetoric, inferences and applying other research findings to try to explain sexual behaviors.



    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...-not-addictive
    Last edited by Mister Anderson; 20-02-16 at 15:49.

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    Bull Shit


    The opposite is true. Use it or lose it.

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