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Nonchristians And Porn/addiction


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I used to watch porn until I went blind from too much masturbation. Fortunately, blindness does not interfere with masturbation. :-)

 

I'm only aware of one guy that I went to a secular type group therapy with for a while whose wife said he was a porn addict. I don't think there was a problem other than his wife didnt like him looking at porn. I know xians seem to make a big deal out of porn but it seems to be a victimless 'crime' imho. But of course thought crime is illegal in the bible.

 

Stryper on the other hand is a very demented pervert. j/k. :-)

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Anything can be addictive. If it is not illegal porn and it does not interfere with one's duties in life, who does it harm?

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It's hard for me to see sex workers are purely victims; definitely porn pays very well, though undeniably if a woman isn't very driven, she's going to get chewed up and spit out by the machine that porn can be. But a savvy woman who maybe doesn't have a lot of other talents or skills can do very well in that field. A lot of the bad things we hear about--the high suicide/drug addiction rates, f.e.--seem like they come not from the actual work but maybe from how these women are villified and made into lesser human beings by a disapproving society. Like Christians don't get to point to gay suicide rates as evidence of homosexuality being wrong, society can't point to suicide and addiction rates in porn workers as evidence that porn is evil. I hope that as we demystify porn and lose our puritanical condemnation of it that women in that industry will only see their lives improve.

 

PS: According to that Cracked link, I am addicted to YouTube kitten videos.

 

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