Danger of Online Porn

I’m not sure why a porn company sent a mom blogger this press release.  I found it amusing in parts.  Congrats, District of Columbia, you are the biggest watchers of online porn!  Maybe you shouldn’t get state hood, you big pervs.

As I looked over the “data” it appears that “MILF” is the #3 most watched type of porn.  I really should just vlog topless, then maybe I would actually make some money off this thing.

What was DISTURBING was the number one most watched type of porn is “Teen”.  This brings up an issue a friend of mine who is a counselor told me recently.  That because of the internet young men are more messed sexually than ever.  They see so much porn at a young age that they expect their girlfriends to be freaky deaky.  The guys are desensitized to “vanilla” sex and intimacy.  She has women 18 to 20 crying saying their boyfriends expect them to behave like the online porn performers.

Oh, for the halcyon days of the peep show. When one had to make a little effort to consume porn.

My friend said the guys wake up before their parents and watch the porn, clear the browser so it goes unnoticed.

Will males always dig porn? Sure, yeah.  But, I would like to think of ways to restrict access for my kids so one day Rex isn’t making his girlfriend cry ( Vivien is never leaving my side). I want my kids to have healthy, loving relationships… when they are 39.

Top 5 Most Popular Categories of 2012:

  1. Teen
  2. Lesbian
  3. MILF
  4. Amateur
  5. Ebony

 

6 thoughts on “Danger of Online Porn

  1. What is so scary is the simplicity of it all- having to click one “I am 18 years or older” box. This is a place where government should spend some money and interfere. The box should instead require a drivers license or id number of some kind. Maybe a special porn license that you get after you prove your age and that you aren’t a pedafile. Such BS. We should run for office.

    I will keep Vivient by my side when you are busy. You can keep Ava in exchange. Lets keep that in place until they are 40.

  2. Glad to know you plan to protect Vivien.
    Some very sound and sensible sex education might
    be in order at the appropriate time.

  3. I heard about this topic recently while listening to a podcast. They mentioned exactly what you said. Younger and younger males are being introduced to porn and they grow up with a weird perspective on what sex really is, and female sexuality. They expect women to be “lady in the streets, freak in the sheets” .. ew.

    Anyway, the point of the podcast was that keeping an open line of communication with these teen or preteen boys and girls about sex and sexuality as they grow up, will help explain these erroneous images they encounter when they watch porn (notice i did not say if). Talking about sex with kids, not making it taboo, will allow children to feel informed, not curious, feeling like they are missing out or ignorant about the subject around their friends and end up looking for answers in all the wrong places. And by children i mean preteens.

    They suggested a website http://www.makelovenotporn.com as a platform to start conversation between parents and teens about pornography, particularly for those that might not feel comfortable with the conversation. The website addresses the myths of porn, for example, porn: “all women are shaved/ have no hair” vs reality: not every woman is bald and it’s a personal preference.

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