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What can — or should — we learn from porn? 

 

"Porn is a potent force for pushing back on common perceptions of Asian men as desexualized, or non-sexual, in American culture," argues Jesh Fiszel, another Asian American creator-performer, who says he was inspired by the now-retired Long's endeavors. "Our content has subtle racial subtext to inform our audience…while also allowing people to watch it" for pure erotic pleasure.

"In terms of whether it's possible for pornography to influence people's self-acceptance, in terms of how their bodies look and their sexual orientations, or their acceptance of others, a few research articles substantiate that idea," adds Emily Rothman, a Boston University professor of community health and proponent of porn literacy studies. "Anecdotally, people have told me that is true, too."

What can — or should — we learn from porn?

Tags: Education, Effect, Nature, NSFW, Porn, Relationships, Sex, Study, Training

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11-Sep-2021


Men who ejaculate at least 21 times a month slash their risk of prostate cancer by A THIRD 

 

Men who ejaculate more often have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer, a new study finds.

Men who ejaculate at least 21 times a month...

Tags: Choices, Enhancement, Health, Lifestyle, Masturbation, Men, NSFW, Porn, Safety, Sex, Support, Survival

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03-Aug-2021


The Porn Crisis That Isn’t 

 

Some states now consider pornography to be a health threat. But stigmatizing porn can do more harm than good.

Legislators in 16 states have passed resolutions declaring that pornography, in its ubiquity, constitutes a public-health crisis. The wave of bills started five years ago, with Utah, which went a step further this spring by passing a law mandating that all cellphones and tablets sold in the state block access to pornography by default. (The measure will not go into effect unless five other states pass similar laws, but that’s very possible: Alabama is now considering a similar bill.)

Porn might also be helpful for individuals whose sexuality has not always been widely accepted. For LGBTQ people living in conservative areas, watching pornography might be the only sexual experience they’re able to access. One study found that for women, watching porn “was associated with their own and their partner’s higher sexual desire and with higher odds of partnered sexual activity.” In a recent paper arguing that pornography does not qualify as a public-health crisis, Rothman and a colleague write, “For some, pornography use is associated with health-promoting behaviors, including increased intimacy, ‘safer’ sexual behaviors (e.g., solo masturbation), and feelings of acceptance.”

The Porn Crisis That Isn’t

Tags: Hate, Laws, Mental Health, Porn, Sex, Termination

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01-Jun-2021


Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why? 

 

A mum's innocent shower 'hack' has been dubbed 'x-rated' by parents after she shared her idea in a popular Facebook group.

'Have you questioned why they need to take their phones in the shower?' one person asked.'

'Easy way to take nudes, thanks mum,' another added.

Kelly was disgusted with the online 'backlash' she received and said: 'I didn't put this up for backlash and not all kids do that. Geez.'

She stuck the phone holders to the wall using Fix Nail Powder adhesive from Kmart.

Mum's clever iPhone shower trick is dubbed 'x-rated' by hundreds of others online - so can you see why?

Tags: Backlash, Children, Choices, Damage, Discovery, Environment, Exploration, Funny, Masturbation, Nature, Overreaction, Parenting, Porn, Tech

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02-Nov-2020


Florida parents are getting high and exposing themselves during kids’ virtual classes 

 

It’s a lesson in reading, writing and reefer.

Florida moms and dads have been spotted smoking weed, drinking and walking around half-naked in the background of their kids’ online classes, frustrated teachers said at a school board meeting.

“Parents, please make sure that you have on proper clothing when you are walking behind your child’s computer because we’ve seen them in their drawers, their bras, and everything else,” Boca Raton Elementary teacher Edith Pride vented Wednesday, according to KATV.

Florida parents are getting high and exposing themselves during kids’ virtual classes

Tags: Alcohol, Children, Choices, Discipline, Drugs, Education, Environment, Horniness, Mental Health, Neglect, NSFW, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Porn, Priorities, Self Interest, Sex, Social Media, Weird

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18-Sep-2020


Teens say they find sex disappointing after watching porn 

 

One in three young adults believe watching porn has affected what they find sexually attractive in a partner.

And the same number of 1,000 18-24-year-olds polled admitted to being ‘surprised’ by what sex was like in real life, having watched porn before becoming sexually active.

But a huge 64 per cent admit they’ve pretended to enjoy sex more than they actually were to please their partner - and a tenth admit they don’t disclose their sexual history because they were afraid the number was too high, according to the OnePoll figures.

Wales Online

Tags: Education, Environment, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Porn, Relationships, Responsibility, Sex, Study, Training, World, Youth

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13-Feb-2020


6 ways to talk to your sons about porn, according to a parenting expert 

 

Today, it's clearer than ever that parents should be talking to their children, not just about sex, but about consent, as Harvey Weinstein's trial plays out in the wake of #MeToo.

According to Peggy Orenstein, a journalist and author of "Girls & Sex" and the newly-released "Boys & Sex," that conversation has to involve porn.

Erotica has existed for most of recorded history, but with the internet it took on a new life. Porn really kicked off in 2007 when most paywalls preventing easy access to sexual content were eliminated. It means porn is often the first reference point children and teens have for what sex should look like, shaping their idea of what they should do when they have sex.

And while most children see some form of porn before they turn 18, Orenstein says this is a particularly important conversation for young boys.

"We have done a much better job grooming girls to resist some of these messages or at least critique them than we have with boys," Orenstein told Insider.

It's important for parents to familiarize themselves with porn, its benefits, and its problems before talking to their sons. Looking at easily-accessible sights like Pornhub and Redtube will be key if parents want to get a grasp on what their children could possibly stumble upon when they get sexually curious.

Business Insider

Tags: Advice, All Rights, Children, Entertainment, Environment, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Porn, Responsibility, Sex, Talk, Treatment, Youth

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12-Feb-2020


Porn literacy and the new frontier of sex ed 

 

With the easiest of access to adult films these days — thanks to the advent of the internet — experts say that the overwhelming majority of both boys and girls have seen some form of porn by the age of 18. This reality has been met with varied responses, socially and even legislatively. More than a dozen states have declared porn a “public health crisis,” which might be a little alarmist. However, without the right context, the adult industry — steeped in misogyny, wielding negative stereotypes — can certainly instill some unsavory values into a young person. To combat that, some schools are incorporating porn literacy classes into their sex-ed curricula.

Such an initiative can be an empowering tool that awards learners a more enlightened perspective on sex, drilling in concepts such as the need for consent alongside pleasure. But, depending on their approach, porn literacy courses could perhaps ruin the porn-watching experience, or convince kids that they should never click and fap, which also isn’t healthy.

Mic

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Education, Environment, Free Speech, Parental Burden, Politics, Porn, Representation, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Youth

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10-Feb-2020


Religious, Moral Beliefs May Exacerbate Concerns About Porn Addiction 

 

Diagnosis of compulsive sexual behavior disorder may need to consider moral, religious beliefs, study finds

Moral or religious beliefs may lead some people to believe they are addicted to pornography even when their porn use is low or average, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association.

“Self-reported addiction to pornography is probably deeply intertwined with religious and moral beliefs for some people,” said lead researcher Joshua B. Grubbs, PhD, an assistant professor of psychology at Bowling Green State University. “When people morally disapprove of pornography but still use it anyway, they are more likely to report that pornography is interfering with their lives.”

Science Magazine

United Airlines trains flight attendants on how to deal with in-flight porn

Tags: Addiction, Business, Employment, Porn, Religion, Sex, Study, Training, Travel

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06-Feb-2020


Yes, women like porn, too – we're all just trained to believe they don't 

 

Cover up, men! You’re distracting women...

Shocking neuroscience news this week, as a rousing new study discovers women have sex drives. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Germany analyzed brain-imaging findings from a wide body of research and found that the “the neuronal response to visual sexual stimuli … is independent of biological sex”. In other words, women and men get just as horny when they look at erotic imagery. These revelations were published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

The Guardian

Tags: Porn, Psychology, Sex, Study, Woman's Rights, Women

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23-Jul-2019


Your Alt Account (and Favorite Porn Star) Have a Home on Twitter 

 

In the wake of Tumblr banning porn and the increasing censorship of pornography as well as suggestive material online, many began to flock to Twitter as an outlet to share and consume pornographic content. But this week, a report from XBIZ pointed out that the service’s newly updated Terms of Service could put an end to communities that include porn stars, other sex workers and “alt accounts.” The social media platform, however, has no plans to restrict such content.

“We recently updated our rules to better demonstrate what is and is not allowed on Twitter,” a Twitter spokesperson told Out in an email statement about the changes. “The updates were made to provide more clarity, not to reflect changes in our policies or enforcement practices.”

In a section of their Terms of Service titled “Sensitive Media Policy,” updated on March 2019, Twitter has, among other things, introduced a few new guidelines. Sensitive media, for the company, includes media that depicts graphic violence, adult content, violent sexual content, and gratuitous gore. This content is not allowed to be shared in profile photos or header imagery. As for “graphic violence and consensually produced adult content,” it can be shared within tweets but it will be marked as sensitive and will be available behind a warning. But one new section in particular stood out to many.

Out

Tags: Community, Entertainment, NSFW, Policy, Porn, Recall, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Warning

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08-Jul-2019


Is pornography harmful to romantic relationships? 

 

If your partner's passion for adult entertainment is messing with your self-esteem, you might be questioning their integrity, but it is possible to watch porn and still enjoy a healthy relationship. Certified sex coach, sexologist, educator and writer Gigi Engle looks at the pros and cons of pornography and how to make it work for you:

Is it normal to watch porn?

Netdoctor

Tags: Advice, Education, Entertainment, Opinion, Politics, Porn, Psychology, Relationships, Sex

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01-Jul-2019


Southwest passenger 'bombarded by inappropriate photos' from stranger on her flight 

 

Kat Pitman was settling into her aisle seat on a Southwest Airlines flight from Louisville to Chicago Friday morning, texting her husband, when her iPhone buzzed.

She looked down to see an AirDrop request. Someone whose name she didn't recognize was sending her a pornographic image.

"It was just very explicit. It just shocked me,'' the 40-year-old frequent flyer said in an interview with USA TODAY.

Pitman immediately turned off AirDrop, an Apple feature that allows people to wirelessly send photos, videos and documents to nearby phones and computers using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, but quickly turned it back on to take a screenshot of the sender's name. She instantly received two more AirDrop requests, with a video and another graphic photo.

USA Today

Tags: Environment, Interference, Porn, Tech, Travel, Wi-Fi

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18-Jun-2019


Porn That Takes Senior Sex Seriously 

 

Bonnie and Joel have known each other for over half a century. Now, they’re filming their very first porno.

They sit on a white leather couch, backlit by the Southern California sun, and gaze romantically at each other. “I could spend all day just looking into your eyes,” she says, a boom and mic hovering overhead. A camera pans their torsos, capturing wandering hands. Bonnie, 70, strokes Joel’s long, white mane, which has been pulled into a low ponytail. Joel, 69, runs his fingers through her closely cropped silver hair.

The kissing begins, with pointed pauses for eye contact, face nuzzling, and laughter—but then Bonnie pulls back. “I’m uncomfortable,” she says as a straightforward statement of fact. “First of all, I’m too hot.” Bonnie slowly shrugs a pink cotton robe off her shoulders, revealing a black lace bra from Target, and shifts her position. She has fibromyalgia and her back has been acting up today.

The camera keeps rolling because this is exactly what the film crew is here to capture: two people navigating the vicissitudes of sex and aging.

Jezebel

Tags: Aging, Education, Inclusion, Porn, Portrait, Seniors, Sex

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07-May-2019


Can Porn Help People Understand Consent? 

 

Imagine this: You're surfing the Internet, looking for some porn to watch (you know why), and after scrolling for what seems like forever, you finally find a video that fits what you're in the mood for. You click play, and after watching the prerequisite awkward intro, you hear one person in the film ask another, "Is it OK if I kiss you?"

Consent between performers may be happening behind the scenes, but much of the porn we see, particularly the free kind young people are likely to find online, doesn't include explicit examples of verbal consent on camera prior to sexual acts. Since sex education laws across the U.S. continue to lag, not providing the country's young people with a solid understanding of sexual interactions, and since we know that may impact the number of young people who understand consent, it begs the question: What if we saw more consent in our porn?

According to a survey from the U.K., 60% of students in the survey had turned to porn to learn more about sex, and 40% of them said porn colored their understanding of what sex is. Young people in the U.S. also report turning to porn when their school sex ed classes don't equip them for the realities of sex.

Teen Vogue

Tags: Education, Porn, Sex, Youth

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02-May-2019




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