Is Porn Bad For You? Is It The Same As Adult Entertainment?

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Adult Entertainment, not porn
Adult entertainment or porn??? Which is worst, is it different?

WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF PORNOGRAPHY?
Printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate sexual excitement.
– English Oxford online dictionary –
IS PORN BAD FOR YOU?
There has been an inordinate number of studies conducted on pornography. The sheer diversity and volume of porn on the internet means that it is not only easily and readily available to adults but also younger children and adolescents.
It assumed in our culture that watching porn will contribute to creating negative attitudes towards women. This line is taken by feminists, politicians and members of the church.
WELL IS IT?
Like anything pornography can be beneficial when viewed or used in moderation and by the right age demographic. It can show you new ways of exploring your body as well as different techniques to use on your partner. Many pop culture lists talk about the benefits of pornography. These articles explore how pornography can help individuals but also those in relationships.
WHAT DO THE STUDIES SAY?
Studies have been criticised for not reviewing the pornography habits of the ‘ordinary consumer.’ Academic studies often use extreme cases of subjects who have addictions to pornography.
“EVERYDAY CONSUMERS” OF PORN INTERVIEWED IN STUDY
One study has broken through these barriers and used ‘everyday’ consumers of pornography as the basis of its analysis of the pitfalls and benefits of porn. Let’s face it, Porn can’t be all bad, but it must be used in the right way.
The study in question is called “The positive and negative effects of pornography as attributed by consumers.” by Alan McKee.
WHAT DO THE STATISTICS SAY?
According to McKee who interviewed 1023 people who consumed pornography, he found that 6.8% thought pornography had a negative effect or large negative effect. This is a juxtaposition to the 58.8% of respondents that ‘thought pornography had a very positive effect or a positive effect.’
WHAT ARE THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF PORN?
McKee’s list of positive effects of pornography far outweighed the negatives according to the consumers of pornography that he interviewed in his initial survey.
The main positive effects in order:

  • Making consumers less repressed about sex.
  • Making them more open-minded about sex.
  • Increasing tolerance of other people’s sexuality.
  • It provides educational insights. For example, pornography may teach you are a new position.
  • Pornography helps in sustaining interest in long-term relationships.
  • It helps make partner’s more attentive to their partner’s sexual desires.
  • Helping consumers find an identity or community.
  • It helps them to talk to their partners about sex.

Reflecting this back to Private Girls Escorting, some countries regard escorting as porn, when it’s not. It’s adult entertainment.  Mostly images with a list of service, which doesn’t reflect on what some porn i like out there.  A lot of people have a lot of catching up to do to get with the times of today.
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Bibliography:

McKee, Alan (2007) Positive and negative effects of pornography as attributed by consumers. Australian Journal of Communication. 34 (1) pp. 87-104.