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Impact of porn addiction on teen girls


Faithit published an article on a survey of Australian teens girls (ages 15 to 19) conducted in 2016, that exposed how girls are being bombarded for sexual favours by boys caught up in porn addiction.

Here is an excerpt:

In the survey report, titled Don’t send me that pic, participants reported that online sexual abuse and harassment were becoming a normal part of their everyday interactions. And while the behavior seemed so common, more than 80 percent said it was unacceptable for boyfriends to request naked images.

Sexual bullying and harassment are part of daily life for many girls growing up as a part of this digital generation. Young girls are speaking out more and more about how these practices have links with pornography—because it’s directly affecting them.

Pornography is molding and conditioning the sexual behaviors and attitudes of boys, and girls are being left without the resources to deal with these porn-saturated boys.

Here is a response from one of the girls surveyed:

When asked, “How do you know a guy likes you?” an 8th-grade girl replied: “He still wants to talk to you after you [give him oral sex].”

And a comment by the Australian Psychological Society on changes they are seeing:

The Australian Psychological Society estimates that adolescent boys are responsible for around 20 percent of rapes of adult women and between 30 percent and 50 percent of all reported sexual assaults of children.

Definitely worth a READ: Growing Up in Pornland: How Porn-Addicted Boys Are “Sexual Bullying” Our Teen Daughters

And this may be part of the reason why legislators in the US state of Utah recently passed a law requiring all cell phone and tablet sold in the state to have filter installed blocking access to pornography. READ: Utah Legislators Pass Law Requiring Pornography Filters on Cell Phones, Tablets to Protect Kids

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