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The post-porn wave: why some young people are shunning videos of misogynistic sex


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Title: The post-porn wave: why some young people are shunning videos of misogynistic sex
Publication: The Independent
Author: Janey Stephenson
Date: 10/28/2014

There is concern in the UK over young people’s access to pornography: some want to block it, some want to see more vigilant age restrictions. Either way, the relationship that teenagers have with porn is rarely discussed with the nuance and patience it deserves. Today’s twenty-somethings are our lab rats: the first generation to go through puberty […]

Top Five Warning Signs of Internet Pornography Addiction


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Title: Top Five Warning Signs of Internet Pornography Addiction
Publication: PRNewswire
Author: The American Osteopathic Association (AOA)
Date: 10/28/2014

SEATTLE, Oct. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — With Internet usage skyrocketing to three billion users worldwide this year—nearly 40% of the world population from 1% in 1995—mental health professionals are struggling with an issue that has risen just as quickly:  Internet pornography addiction, one of the most common addictions today. Sister Marysia Weber, DO, an osteopathic family physician certified by the […]

Online Prostitution and Trafficking (Research)

Posted on October 23, 2014, in Internet, Prostitution, Research, Sexting

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Title: Online Prostitution and Trafficking
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Author: Melissa Farley,* Kenneth Franzblau,** and M. Alexis Kennedy***
Date: 10/01/2014

ABSTRACT: The use of Internet technologies to traffic women and children to prostitution will be described in this article. We will summarize the history of online trafficking and the remarkably effective use of the Internet for advertising prostitution locally, regionally, and internationally beginning with the development of social networking sites, discussion forums, message boards and […]

Fears growing trend of young men accessing ‘violent’ pornography online could lead to a rise in sexual crimes (The Daily Mail)

Posted on October 14, 2014, in Children, Internet, News, Relationships, Societal, Teens

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Title: Fears growing trend of young men accessing 'violent' pornography online could lead to a rise in sexual crimes
Publication: The Daily Mail
Author: Freya Noble, Daily Mail Australia
Date: 10/14/2014

Concerns are growing about young men choosing to access to violent pornography NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Murdoch warned this was linked to more violent sexual crimes White Ribbon CEO Libby Davies said the group’s research found more men were searching for violent porn Ms Davies said this was affecting young people’s ability to form normal […]

Online Prostitution and Trafficking

Posted on October 2, 2014, in Internet, Prostitution, Research, Sex Trafficking

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Title: Online Prostitution and Trafficking
Publication: Albany Law Review, Vol. 77.3
Author: Melissa Farley, Kenneth Franzblau, and M. Alexis Kennedy
Date: 10/02/2014

The use of Internet technologies to traffic women and children to prostitution will be described in this article. We will summarize the history of online trafficking and the remarkably effective use of the Internet for advertising prostitution locally, regionally, and internationally beginning with the development of social networking sites, discussion forums, message boards and online […]

Cybersex Addiction in Heterosexual Female Users of Internet Pornography Can Be Explained by Gratification Hypothesis

Posted on August 20, 2014, in Addiction, Brain Science, Internet, Research, Women

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Title: Cybersex Addiction in Heterosexual Female Users of Internet Pornography Can Be Explained by Gratification Hypothesis
Publication: Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (Volume: 17 Issue 8)
Author: Christian Laier, Jaro Pekal, and Matthias Brand
Date: 07/31/2014

Abstract In the context of Internet addiction, cybersex is considered to be an Internet application in which users are at risk for developing addictive usage behavior. Regarding males, experimental research has shown that indicators of sexual arousal and craving in response to Internet pornographic cues are related to severity of cybersex addiction in Internet pornography […]

Is Male Porn Use Ruining Sex?

Posted on January 22, 2014, in Cybersex, Family, Internet, Marriage, Men, Opinion, Relationships, Research

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Title: Is Male Porn Use Ruining Sex?
Publication: Psychology Today
Author: Robert Weiss
Date: 01/20/2014

Are men becoming totally out of sync with real-world romantic relationships? Recent statistics show that approximately 12 percent of all websites are porn-related, 25 percent of all search engine requests are sex-related, and 35 percent of all Internet downloads are pornographic, so porn is pretty darn ubiquitous. And these numbers don’t even count all the […]

Pornography to become even more readily available on the internet (NEWS)

Posted on September 3, 2013, in Internet, News

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Read original article: http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/08/pornography_to_become_even_more_readily_available_on_the_internet.html#ixzz2dpfLmL00 Quietly, with almost no fanfare, the governing board of the internet (ICANN) approved a new .PORN domain on the internet.  The .PORN domain joins the .XXX domain already in existence and others proposed, such as the .SEX and .ADULT domains.  Morality in Media (MIM) has called for an investigation of the ICM Registry – the company behind the […]

Cyber-sex trafficking: A 21st century scourge (NEWS)

Posted on September 3, 2013, in Cybersex, Internet, News, Prostitution, Sex Trafficking, Sexual Violence

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Author: Sunshine de Leon
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Read original full article: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/17/world/asia/philippines-cybersex-trafficking/?hpt=ias_t2 Negros Oriental, Philippines (CNN) – Andrea was 14 years old the first time a voice over the Internet told her to take off her clothes. “I was so embarrassed because I don’t want others to see my private parts,” she said. “The customer told me to remove my blouse and to show […]

Children watching YouTube are ‘three clicks’ away from explicit material (NEWS)

Posted on March 20, 2013, in Children, Internet, Internet Safety, News

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Title: Children watching YouTube are 'three clicks' away from explicit material
Publication: Telegraph
Author: Telegraph
Date: 20130205

Children who watch Peppa Pig and Rastamouse on YouTube are an average of three clicks away from videos with explicit content, according to a study. An examination of YouTube’s “suggested videos” – which sit alongside children’s favourites – found that it was easy to access clips including nudity and violence. The study highlights the risks […]