SHE Talks!™ Exposes Real Porn

SHE Talks!™ Exposes Real Porn

One of the topics no one wants to talk about happened on January 22nd as one of the SHE Talks! ™ salon series. SHE Talks! ™ dived into porn and the correlation of young boys, girls and ultimately its effect women. Dr. Gail Dines, internationally acclaimed leading expert on how pornography shapes our identities, culture, and sexuality, shares on her organization’s website, Culture Reframed, that far from being a private matter, porn is ‘the public health crisis of the digital age.’ The internet allows easy and quick access to everyone—including children.

Dr. Dines shared that this access, if watched by young boys at an early age, increases the likelihood of them becoming unintentionally aggressive or violent towards women as young men. More astounding were the porn facts revealed by Dr. Dines.

  • Porn sites get more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon, and Twitter combined.

  • About one-third of all web downloads in the U.S. are porn-related.

  • Pornhub — self-described as “the world’s leading free porn site”­ — received 33.5 billion visits in 2018.

  • A meta-analysis of 22 studies between 1978 and 2014 from seven different countries concluded that pornography consumption is associated with an increased likelihood of committing acts of verbal or physical sexual aggression, regardless of age.

  • In a study of U.S. college men, researchers found that 83% reported seeing mainstream pornography, and that those who did were more likely to say they would commit rape or sexual assault (if they knew they wouldn’t be caught) than men who hadn’t seen porn in the past 12 months

  • 30 peer-reviewed studies since 2011 reveal pornography use has negative and detrimental impacts on the brain

Click here to learn more about:

1.   The negative impacts of porn and the effects of porn on boys and girls.

2.   Facts About Kids and Porn

3.   Hypersexualized Media

More importantly, click here for a solution: how you can start the conversation about porn with your teens in a non-invasive manner.