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Fight the New Drug: Porn Kills Love

With the advance of technology pornography has been growing and each day it affects more and more people. What not everyone knows is that porn doesn’t only affect the person who watches it but also those surrounding this person. Why is porn so harmful? You might wonder, well here are some facts about it:

It alters your brain: The reason why porn is considered a drug is because, just like recreational drugs, it activates the pleasure center in the brain and produces hormones such as: dopamine and oxytocin. The mayor side effect of this is that the more you watch it, the more you consume porn, the more hormones your brain will produce and after a while it gets used to this hormonal levels. Once your brain gets used to this levels it is going to need more porn to get the same levels of excitement, after a while hormonal levels are a mess.

It is a never-ending cycle: Most people start watching pornography to avoid loveliness, anxiety and stress, just like any other drug, it helps with these situations in short term but makes them worst in the long term. Because pornography is addictive the more you have it the more you want it: the more pornography you watch the lonelier you will feel and this will drive you more towards the desire of watching more pornography. At the end, you dig a whole and instead of getting out you dig it dipper and dipper and dipper, until you don’t see the way out.

It harms your significant other: when you watch pornography it doesn’t only affect you, studies have shown that the partners, of those who watch porn, often feel depressed, betrayed, anxious and devastated when finding out that their significant other watches pornography. Because pornography is unreal it also creates fake images of how people should behave, porn consumers often find themselves incapable of seeing deeper than what pornography has to offer and real relationships are about much more than sex.

In real life, real love requires a real person. Research has found that after men are exposed to pornography, they rate themselves as less in love with their partner than men who didn’t see any porn. On top of that, another study found that after being exposed to pornographic images, people were more critical of their partner’s appearance, sexual curiosity, sexual performance, and displays of affection.

Pornography doesn’t only affect you and those you love; it also affects the person in the other side of the screen. Don’t do porn, seek help and help those around you. If you think someone in your social group is having a pornography problem, talk to them help them seek help and fight against this new drug. Visit http://pornkillslove.com/ for more information on how porn ruins you, how to fight the addiction and how to get involved in the fight against pornography.

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Source: Fight the New Drug Organization.

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