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"Across society, we need to remove the embarrassment and shame that exists around talking about porn - which is why we are launching this activity and helping young people to make more informed choices."
porn born of Lesley Gore/ porn born of boredom/free range
Picking up where Linda Williams's 1989 landmark study, Hard Core: Pleasure, Power, and the "Frenzy of the Visible," left off, Sabo posits that female directors and producers have the power to radically revise the dynamics of porn, thereby affecting viewers positively rather than negatively.
According to statistics, over half of 15 to 17-year olds have accessed porn on a Smartphone or tablet and 25% of boys between 14 and 17 watch online porn once a week.
She said that she knows tons of her friends who watch porn and many women aren't into the kind of porn that's currently out there.
Her chapter in The Feminist Porn Book starts: "My passion for sex education made me a pornographer ...
The 3-step program offered by SeroGenix includes Porn Addiction Pills, a 20-minute hypnosis CD, and free Internet porn blockers.
To help men and women in this situation to define, understand, and quit their porn addiction, a group of mostly anonymous developers have launched a new website, www.pornaddiction.com.
News broke earlier today that a Kentucky woman, Jennifer Barker, is suing five porn companies--K-Beech Inc., Third Degree Films, Patrick Collins Inc., Malibu Media and Raw Films of London--that have her in their crosshairs and is seeking class action status.
The characters include Tommy Gunn, a former mechanic who became one of porn's leading performers.
The second suspect, who was called by the first suspect to bring the porn CDs from a room attached to the shop, was also arrested with the CDs hidden under his garment.
Lisa O'Hara, a relationship counsellor at MRCS, said porn is now one of the biggest issues they deal with.