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What is Porn?

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por·nog·ra·phy
noun The word "pornography" consists of 2 greek words:
1. Porne: harlot or whore (female form)
a prostitute who takes money for sexual activity
indulges in illicit sexual behavior for money and/or favors.
Satisfies the individual's appetite for sex or some one else's appetite for sex.
Pornos: Whoremonger (male)
same as above, sells sex to male and female

2. Graphe: to write WHAT IS PORNOGRAPHY? Issues Parents face in monitoring their Teen’s viewing of Pornography Online Teens are good at hiding it. A recent study by McAfee found that Teens hid their inappropriate internet activities (like viewing porn) by:

Clearing browser history (53%)
Using other internet-enabled mobile devices (21%)
Using private browser settings (20%)
Creating a private email address unknown to their parents (15%)
Disabling the Parental Controls (13%) The Analysis of the word “Porn”

The Abuse rooted in porn

The Accessibility of porn

The After-effects of porn on adolescents, parents, and society By
Bao Fang
Mariah Gonzales
David Leon
Mike Morgan Psyc 3240
March 13, 2013 The 4 As of Pornography Parents face their own inabilities and denials:
23% of Parents admit to not having the time or energy to monitor everything their teen does online.
23% admit to being overwhelmed by technology, and so they do not want to deal with it, simply hoping for the best.
22% believe their kids are incapable of getting into trouble. What Parents Can do about it The most important thing for Parents to remember; Don’t attack them about it, Talk about it.
It’s not bad to look.
Teens are curious: Encourage them to ask questions.
Emphasize that its all fake.
Encourage the establishment and strengthening of real relationships with real people. Effects of Early Exposure to Pornography in Adolescents Early Sex
Teens that are exposed to movies with sex, drinking, drugs, or violence, tend to want to engage in same behavior.
Boys are 3 times more likely to engage in oral sex and intercourse 2 years after exposure and girls are 2 times more likely after being exposed to sexual content.
Media provides type of sex education.
Includes activity that will cause emotional and/or physical harm
Multiple sexual partners
Frequent intercourse
Unprotected sex
Use drugs or alcohol
Can result to sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies High-Risk Sex Sex, Love, and Relationship Addictions Risk factor for sex addictions and other intimacy disorders

One study of 932 sex addicts, 90 percent of men and 77 percent of women reported that pornography was a factor in their addictions. Psychological Distress for Children Pornography can be very confusing and make children worry at such young age, with no one to talk to about it.


Leads to misunderstood information consuming one’s thoughts as a child


Unattended mental health disorders may arise Sexual Violence May become a victim or act out on another in sexual violence when exposed at an early age

Can increase desire in more violent or deviant behavior.

Ted Bundy story Issues Parents face in monitoring their Teen’s viewing of Pornography Online http://blip.tv/xxxchurchcom/fox-pete-1549307 What does putting these two words together make? por·nog·ra·phy
noun Webster: Obscene literature or art What is considered obscene? U.S. Supreme Court define it in short:
1. "... it is something that the average person would consider appeals to prurient interest."

2. "The work (or material) depicts or describes sexual conduct in a patently offensive way as specifically defined by the applicable state law."

3. The work, taken as a whole, lacks serious literary, artistic, political, and scientific value. Sexual Abuse Dr. Dan B. Allender defines sexual abuse as: "Sexual abuse is any contact or interaction (visual, verbal, or psychological) between a child/adolescent and an adult when the child/adolescent is being used for the sexual stimulation of the perpetrator or any other person." Why must there be a clear definition of sexual abuse?
Listen to a victimized boy's story What does "Visual" sexual abuse look like? "Interactions where the child is forced or invited to watch sexually arousing scenes or pictures or is observed by the perpetrator in a state of undress that is arousing to the adult." A perpetrator can be younger than 18 in cases where the person is significantly older, is in a position of power, or has control over the adolescent/victim. Help Information http://www.xxxchurch.com/sexualaddictiontest.html Websites References
Allender, D. (2008). The Wounded Heart: Hope for Adult Victims of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.

Association for Youth, Children and Natural Psychology (2012, November 25). How Exposure to Pornography Can Affect Children. :: Association for Natural Psychology ::. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from
http://www.winmentalhealth.com/How_Exposure_to_Pornography_Effects_Children.php

Blue Letter Bible (n.d.). The Blue Letter Bible. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from http://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?strongs=G4203&t=KJV
Dallas, J. (2004). Darkening Our Minds: The Problem of Pornography among Christians. Christian Research Journal, 27(3). Retrieved from http://www.equip.org/articles/darkening-our-minds-the-problem-of-pornography-among-christians/

Lofgren-Martenson, L. and S. S.A. Mansson. "Lust, Love, and Life: A Qualitative Study of Swedish Adolescents' Perceptions and Experiences with Pornography," Journal of Sex Research (2010) 47:568.

Ross, C. (2012, August 13). Overexposed and Under-Prepared: The Effects of Early Exposure to Sexual Content | Psychology Today. Psychology Today: Health, Help, Happiness + Find a Therapist. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/real-healing/201208/overexposed-and-under-prepared-the-effects-early-exposure-sexual-content

Sauer, R., & Sauer, L. (n.d.). Pornography: A Distortion of God’s Plan Answers in Genesis. Answers in Genesis. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from http://www.answersingenesis.org/articles/2007/03/29/pornography-distortion

Watch Pete Puppet 2011 - Babysitter | XXXchurch.com Episodes | Videos | Blip. (n.d.). Watch the Best in Online Video Web Series for Free | Blip. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from http://blip.tv/xxxchurchcom/fox-pete-1549307 IN CONLUSION Exposure According to the Journal of Sex Research, 92% of the questioned teens admitted to having viewed pornography.

Boys were much more likely to intentionally seek it out, as girls often stumbled upon it by accident.

Both boys and girls noted the relative ease any age demographic could either seek-out or stumble upon pornographic sites and images. Accessibility While some pornographic sites require payment methods that filter out minors, many free options are available that do not require any age verification.

Many search engines merely have a confirmation option to verify that the viewer is 18 or older—a method that does not legitimately verify the user’s age.

Along with search engines, many free pornographic stream sites use this same, ineffective method, greatly increasing teen exposure to online porn. Amount of Use A University of Alberta study among 429 anonymous teens found that about 31% of boys, and 8% of girls, reported using pornography “too many times to count.”

According to the Journal of Sex Research’s study, 70% of boys, and 23% of girls, have spent more than 30 consecutive minutes looking at online porn—35% of which have done so on more than one occasion. Reason for Use The majority of questioned teens or college-aged participants answered that their exposure to pornography was simply to satisfy their curiosity.

A common second answer was that online porn was used as a means of education. One boy from the Journal of Sex Research’s study remarked, porn teaches “other ways to have sex.” It is the duty of the parents to engage with their children.
Cyber blocks and open discussion about reality, intimate relationships, and safe sex are methods for combating adolescent exposure to pornography.
Forming organizations for awareness for parents and adolescents, prevention, and recovery for porn addicts. They are the largest site online and the most recognized voice on the planet on the issue of pornography. http://www.internetsafety.com/safe-eyes-parental-control-software-affiliate.php filtering http://www.x3pure.com/ accountability and workshops
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