Today, there is such a divide on the topic of porn. There are ‘free speech warriors’ who equate any restriction to the use of porn as taking away their guns. The other side of the extreme is people, like Gail Dines, who are so morally ‘pure’ they demand that government remove all pornography off the Internet. I’ve been a middle of the road person myself – I know we can’t remove porn off the Internet because of the nature of the Internet, and I know that children as young as 10-11 years of age have gone to a pornographic website, and are regularly going to them by the time they are 12-13. Most of the porn advocates will say there is nothing wrong for a 12-13-year-old to go on a daily basis; they’re just exploring their sexuality.
Last night, conversed with a person, who apparently, is an editor of Reason.com, who wrote a BuzzFeed article on porn and stats. She said that people who are providing a moral ‘panic’ are going to take porn away, probably because that’s what the New York Times, fake news central, is doing. I guess these moron’s don’t understand prohibition, which if you make something illegal, it gets worse. I can just imagine what pornhibition would cause. The rash of murders and bullshit that organised crime will cause if porn has to go underground. Not to mention the how many rapists are ‘satiated’ because they can watch some disturbing porn scenes between consensual adults, and that is taken from them.
When I became a common sense warrior, watching Bearing, Sargon and Computing Forever videos, watching what these feminists and social justice warriors are doing on college campuses, I immediately thought about some of the things I learned from my addiction to pornography.
I wrote a blog on it, go figure. We live in a culture that makes things so easy. Sexuality is as simple as a screen tap or clicks away – no effort needed. Imagine, doing that for years. You can have the most pleasure a human being can have within a moment’s notice. You’ve always gotten your way because you have ‘cave-in parents’ who don’t teach you the word no, restricting things from you and who don’t treat you like a child when you are a child. You’ve trained your brain that you always get your way and because you have always gotten your way, you’re so weak you do this.
So, can have a world where you can have these special snowflakes, or you can have a world where you teach children no. No, you can’t go on Pornhub willy-nilly – because if you choose to not restrict porn use on the Internet until 18, you are going to have children who will grow up like that. They have trained their brains to force people to do what they want because they have wholly whacked out their frontal lobes and their hypothalamus, especially the Nucleus accumbens. Be it always allowing your daughter to eat whatever they wanted, as we see Trigglypuff there, or Billy whacking it to porn every single day for 3 hours, they are going to grow up where everything was way to easy for them. Then they go out and start acting like that when something they don’t like happens, shouting take your hate speech off this campus.
The reason is, Cambridge University and other universities have observed brain scans of porn addicts and found that their frontal lobes and their reward centres do rewire and shrink at the same time. A smaller Hypothalamus, which is responsible for motivation and emotions, makes someone very unadjusted emotionally, with many people with a shrunken hypothalamus experiencing high levels of social anxiety, anxiety in general, depression, lack of ambition and many other disorders. Too much porn is hardly harmless. Someone with a shrunk frontal lobe has fewer inhibitors to negative behaviours, like someone like Trigglypuff demonstrates.
Now, I agree we need education on this topic. I bet you didn’t even know about the studies out of Cambridge, did you? You didn’t know the possible side effects of too much porn use, including it could be partially responsible for the rise of erectile dysfunction with partners.
Parents should know and talk to their children about the dangers of having some pretty nasty mental illnesses and a completely messed up life. That’s the truth of the matter, porn does harm you, especially when a 12-13 year old’s brain is still developing. How many stoners start smoking weed at 12-13, and still do drugs into their 60s? And you think people who start watching hardcore porn every single day starting at 12-13 years old will not experience some fucked up shit.
NoFap has started to get some credence on prevention of young people starting to watch porn at the ages of 12-13. I didn’t watch online porn until I was in my late 20s to early 30s. I watched it daily for over a decade. At a certain point, I couldn’t perform sexually with my partner. She and I were both upset, and I didn’t even know about Porn Induced Erectile Dysfunction (PIED), she blamed herself every single day. It was just another thing that added to my extreme depression of where my life was going because I didn’t have the strength or motivation to go forward with life anymore. I didn’t know porn was causing that either, not until I watched this video.
From the video, I learned that I was not only creating my sexual problems in the bedroom but my problems in life. I stopped watching porn immediately because why keep harming yourself. Self-preservation is one of our most influential instincts, and it kicked in for me. I went through my withdrawals and slowly got better. I am feeling much more fantastic and happy about my life than how I felt 2 years ago. It took about 60 days, two months, of drastically reducing my porn exposure. Guess what is happening to the younger generation.
Gabe Deem had to go through 9 months of rehabilitation, going through panic attacks and many other things. He started in his teens, where I started in my late 20s. I wonder what made his recovery so much harder than my recovery? Is there any variable that changed his life and my life? Maybe it is a fact when teenagers start doing something addictive, like overeating, watching porn, doing drugs, drinking, or shopping to they drop, they are usually going to experience some real hardships later as they come off that shit. Addiction harming people isn’t rocket science; it’s common sense.
So, with the amount of damage we are doing to our society, producing children who become ‘adults’ who can’t handle Milo Yiannopoulos coming to their campus, maybe we need to put some restrictions on things like porn. When recovery is typically at least an additional 30 days for young people who are immersed into Pornhub at least a decade before the previous generation – and could take up to a full year of recovery, people need to take it much more seriously.
And with ‘free speech warriors’ who are saying, don’t take away my porn, maybe you have a problem. First, I wouldn’t take away your porn, I would only ask that you prove your age before you got in – so it is of no effect to you. If I am right, and porn and other overindulgences are creating generation snowflake than we can have this nuanced conversation about why generation snowflake can’t handle life (with 1 in 4 young people suffering from mental illness today) because we give them too many overindulgences. If I am wrong, and reducing porn access to people who are too young to watch it, then things will stay the same because porn will still be open to you because you will be able to prove your age. If you are wrong than we continue to have a fucked up generation who can’t handle Christina Hoff Summers coming to their campus because she’s a ‘rape apologist’. Wanna wager?
These are the reasons why I want AgeID. We don’t wish to have generation snowflake to carry on forever. Overindulging children is what is harming our society. Like parents make sure a child doesn’t overeat candy because they will puke it all up, it’s time to prevent young people from doing the same thing to their brain with too much porn. Instead of Pornhub, young people could, you know, go outside and join sports teams and other groups, make friends, be an artist, writer or photographer. You know, all the other things in life which are also fantastic.
Thanks for reading and have a great day guys!
Make sure you use the share buttons, or just copy and paste the web address to share my blog on other social media platforms.
And don’t forget to bookmark my front page to keep up with my blogs and book updates.