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He's Just Not that Into Anyone (Opinion)


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New York News and Features By Davy Rothbart Jan. 30, 2011 *This article contains strong language. I met the woman at a Broadway show, but the night’s best piece of acting, I’d say, came from me, back at her East Village apartment, after we’d been having sex for about 25 minutes, with Neil Young wailing […]

Men as Victims (News)


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Net Nanny by Mark Kastleman In my last article, I discussed how pornography’s scourge scorches the soul of the innocent-the children and teens. Theirs is the most tragic situation of all because they suffer needlessly as a result of the lust, greed and selfishness of others. But what about the men who get sucked into porn’s […]

Porn Is Ruining The Sex Lives Of An Entire Generation (News)

Posted on November 15, 2011, in Brain Science, Men, News, Physiological, Psychological, Relationships, Societal

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Business Insider October 26, 2011 by Vivian Giang Young men in their 20s apparently have no groove in bed — and it’s all because they’re addicted to pornography, according to a report in Psychology Today. But the problem is much more serious than simply either being good or bad in the sack, it’s a physiological […]

Are You Hooked on Porn? Ask ASAM (News)


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Last month, 3000 doctors of the American Society for AddictionMedicine released a public statement bringing the definition of addiction into line with decades of addiction research. “[Addiction] is about brains…. It’s about underlying neurology, not outward actions,” explains ASAM’s Dr. Michael Miller. ASAM’s definition captures the key elements of addiction described by NIDA head Nora Volkow, MD and her team in […]

Porn, Novelty and the Coolidge Effect‏ (News)

Posted on November 8, 2011, in Addiction, Brain Science, Men, News, Physiological, Psychological, Women

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The Coolidge Effect is an ancient biological program that can override your sluggish contentment after orgasm if there are new mates begging to be fertilized. Without it, there would be no Internetporn. This neurological mechanism perceives each new erotic possibility—including those on your screen—as a valuable genetic opportunity, and jolts you into action with potent neurochemicals. What happens […]

Why Shouldn’t Johnny Watch Porn If He Likes? (News)


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It’s normal for kids to want to learn all about sex, especially during puberty and adolescence when reproduction becomes the brain’s top priority. For this we can thank the specifics of teen-brain development. Think of an adolescent jungle primate watching another band with such fascination that he (or she, in some species) leaves his companions, and endures the […]

More than a Body: Mind Perception and the Nature of Objectification (Research)


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Abstract: According to models of objectification, viewing someone as a body induces dementalization, stripping away their psychological traits.  We present evidence for an alternative account where a body focus does not diminish the attribution of all mental capacities, but instead leads perceivers to infer a different kind of mind. Drawing on the distinction in mind […]

Porn Addiction and Sexual Anorexia (News)

Posted on November 7, 2011, in Addiction, Brain Science, News, Physiological, Psychological

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Los Angeles – Men addicted to porn sites may eventually be unable to be turned on by real partners, new studies suggest. It’s called “sexual anorexia.” “Desperate young men from various cultures, with different levels of education, religiosity, attitudes, values, diets, marijuana use, and personalities are seeking help. They have only two things in common: […]

Film Exposes Porn's Link to Human Trafficking in US (News)


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A new documentary on human trafficking shows it’s a more serious problem inside the U.S. than most people realize. The film, entitled “Sex and Money,” produced by a group of young Christian filmmakers, focuses on the dangers of pornography, which fuels this modern-day tragedy. The goal behind the film is to let ordinary Americans know […]

‘Sexual Anorexia’: Porn May Be Killing Young Men's Sexual Performance (Opinion)

Posted on October 31, 2011, in Addiction, Brain Science, Men, Opinion, Physiological, Psychological

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Is excessive porn use hurting men’s ability to perform in the bedroom? Recent research and expert opinions indicates that, indeed, it is. But this notion isn’t new. Religious leaders and experts, alike, have been sounding the alarm on porn use for quite a while. An Italian study conducted earlier this year is only one example […]