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§ Some Statistics and Facts on Pornography §

Addiction to pornography: Cyber porn is giving rise to a new form of sexual compulsiveness. 15% of online-porn habitué’s develop sexual behavior that disrupts their lives. The Internet is the "crack cocaine" of sexual addiction. – (Cybersex Exposed: Simple Fantasy or Obsession? by Jennifer Schneider)
Pornography consumption can be as "mood altering" and as addictive as narcotics. - (a study by Richard Drake, assistant professor at Brigham Young University College of Nursing.)
Studies show pornography is progressive and addictive for many. It often leads to the user acting out his fantasy - often on children. - (Victor Cline, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, University of Utah)
Pornography and sex addiction: The average age of first time contact of pornography among sex addicts is 11.-(American Family Association Outreach)
Pornography's effects on fathers: More sophisticated analysis reveals that men who had "purchased pornographic materials in the past year" had significantly lower marital, fathering and family-life satisfaction when compared to those who had not purchased pornographic materials in the past year.-(National Center for Fathering)
Pornography and divorce: At a 2003 meeting of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, two thirds of the 350 divorce lawyers who attended said the Internet played a significant role in the divorces in the past year, with excessive interest in online porn contributing to more than half such cases. Pornography had an almost non-existent role in divorce just seven or eight years ago. (
Pornography and sexual assault: Research gathered over the past few decades demonstrates that pornography contributes to sexual assault, including rape and the molestation of children. Child molesters often use pornography to seduce their prey, to lower the inhibitions of the victim, and to serve as an instruction manual.- (W.L. Marshall, Ph.D., Pornography and Sexual Offenders, in PORNOGRAPHY: RESEARCH ADVANCES AND POLICY)
Pornography's effect on sexual relationships: Pornography distorts the natural development of personality. If the early stimulus is pornographic photographs, the adolescent can be conditioned to become aroused through photographs. Once this pairing is rewarded a number of times, it is likely to become permanent. The result to the individual is that it becomes difficult for the person to seek out relations with appropriate persons.-(Jerry Bergman, Ph.D.)
Child pornography

More than 20,000 images of child pornography are posted on the Internet every week (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, 10/8/03).

A Multi-billion dollar industry: Pornography is a $12-$13 billion-a-year industry-more than the combined annual revenues of the Coca-Cola and McDonnell Douglas corporations. Pornographic entertainment on the Internet constituted the third largest sector of sales in cyberspace, with estimated annual revenues of $100 million. Such marketing success has fueled an increase in the size of the pornography industry -- $10 billion annually, according to conservative estimates.

-(Anthony Flint, Skin Trade Spreading Across U.S., Boston Sunday Globe)

Sexual Statistics on Pornography on the web:
• There are 4.2 million pornographic websites. This represents 12 percent of all websites in the world
• Every day, there are 68 million search engine requests for pornographic material. That is 25 percent of all search engine requests.
• Average daily pornographic emails per user: 4.5 per user
• There are 100,000 websites that offer illegal child pornography
• Annually, there are 72 million worldwide visitors to pornographic websites

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