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Brief report: private pleasures and the damage done: asking the unasked question about consumption of online pornography

In this Brief Report, Professor Alessandra Lemma argues that, based on the evidence of online pornography’s risks, health care givers should routinely ask patients about pornography use and explain why it matters. In Dr. Lemma’s view, today’s porn “poses a sexual health risk as well as undermining the pro-social nature of sex.” Pornography use is […]

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Childhood in the Age of Explicit Online Content (Porn), with Noah Church

Don’t miss this brilliant interview exposing the hazards of today’s explicit online content calmly and without any moralizing. Noah Church also addresses porn-induced sexual dysfunction (often called PIED) as well as the recovery process. The participants address parents’ concerns and also offer suggestions for how to educate children in order to reduce their risk of […]

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Loneliness and problematic pornography Use: What is the role of emotion regulation and interaction with content Creators?

Addictive Behaviors Reports Volume 19, June 2024, 100550, ISSN 2352-8532,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.abrep.2024.100550. Abstract: Problematic pornography use is a growing area of interest necessitating a deeper understanding of its contributing factors. Loneliness and emotion regulation difficulties have been advanced as factors that may exacerbate or perpetuate PPU, however, to date, researchers typically consider these factors in isolation. In […]

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The Pornography Industry’s Disinformation Campaign on Addiction Recovery Resources

There is a commonly held belief that if an author with an advanced degree publishes a paper in a peer-reviewed journal, the content contained within the paper is well-sourced, reliable, and written in the absence of bad faith or undisclosed conflicts of interest. Most academics operate by a strict set of ethical guidelines. Most scientists […]

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Legal victories over serial harasser/defamer Nicole Prause: She’s perpetrator, not victim!

This page is for journalists and other investigators who may have read assertions that Dr. Prause is a victim. NOTE: This page was originally written by the late Gary Wilson. However, the YBOP team has updated it a bit. Therefore the style and voice are uneven in places. Mere claims, no matter how vivid or […]

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Campbell Ince

Problematic pornography use and novel patterns of escalating use: A cross-sectional network analysis with two independent samples

Addictive Behaviors Volume 156, September 2024, 108048 By Campbell Ince, Lucy Albertella, Chang Liu, Jeggan Tiego, Leonardo F. Fontenelle, Samuel R. Chamberlain, Murat Yücel, Kristian Rotaru    Comments: This appears to be the first paper to i) quantify pornographic binges and edging tendencies, and is the second paper to measure tab-jumping (after this 2020 paper). […]

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