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The porn culture continues to raise its ugly head(s): It's killing marriages and killing penises:

First, the marriages:

In an informal meeting survey in 2002, the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers questioned 350 divorce attorneys and found that roughly 60 percent reported that internet porn played a significant role in the divorces, with excessive interest in online porn contributing to more than half of such cases.
It's not just lawyers who are picking up on the trend. In 2005, Dr. Jill Manning, a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in sexual addiction, pornography, or betrayal trauma, brought her research on porn and its connection to divorce before the Senate. According to Manning's research, 56 percent of divorce cases involve one party having an obsessive interest in pornographic websites.

Second, the penises:

[A] body of opinion is emerging that frequent exposure to pornography could also be a factor; proponents believe clinical and anecdotal evidence is mounting that links compulsive pornography use and ED. Studies of this are not yet extensive and results are mixed with some finding no connection.
Clare Faulkner, a psychosexual and relationship therapist based in central London, has seen pornography use as a factor in some ED presentations. “I now have ED clients in their early 20s,” she says. Part of the problem with pornography is that it is “a very dissociated experience. Stimulation is coming externally, which can make it very hard to be in your body.” It also perpetuates the myth, she says, that “men are rock hard and women are ready for sex all the time”.
Lone viewers of pornography become accustomed to being fully in control of their sexual experience ”“ which again, says Faulkner, “isn't replicated in the real world”. Being faced with a real, complicated human being, with needs and insecurities, could be deeply off-putting.

The takeaway? Watch porn . . . and kill your soul, your marriage, your kids, and your penis. The only thing it strengthens is your hand, and you won't even need that hand after your penis stops working.

Just stop it. It's mental poison. Always has been, always will be.

Get a life.

A real one.

I gotta believe, incidentally, that the rich reprobates in Porn Valley will be funding some "research" to debunk this evidence . . . well, at least the penis-killing evidence. Headlines coming:

"Porn Makes Penis Larger, Study Suggests."
"Top Scientist Says Women Attracted to Men Who Masturbate."
"Surveys Show Women Favor Men Who Fantasize About Other Women."
"Sexologist Says Porn Makes Men Better at Technical Skills."