The Emperor Has No Clothes: A Fractured Fairytale Posing As A Review (2014)

I provide 2 updated “Reality Checks” before we get to the 2014 critique. Reality check#1: Neurological & epidemiological studies that refute nearly every claim in Ley et al., 2014: Porn/sex addiction? This page lists over 50 neuroscience-based studies (MRI, fMRI, EEG, neuropsychological, hormonal). They provide strong support for the addiction model as their findings mirror […]

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Gabe Deem

Gary and Gabe discuss recovery from porn-related ED (show #9)

A 25-year old describes his withdrawal and recovery of erectile health after quitting Internet porn. Listen to Nov. 20, 2012 radio show “Your Brain in the Cybersex Jungle” Gabe’s second show with Gary – Gabe answers questions about porn-induced ED (show #20) Related links: Adolescent Brain Meets Highspeed Internet Porn (2013) Why Shouldn’t Johnny Watch […]

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Youthful ED: More to the Story? (2013)

UPDATES: Article – Research confirms enormous rise in youthful ED.  This page contains articles and interviews involving over 150 experts (urology professors, urologists, psychiatrists, psychologists, sexologists, MDs) who acknowledge and have successfully treated porn-induced sexual dysfunctions. List of over 110 studies supporting this article: Studies reporting links between porn use or porn/sex addiction and sexual […]

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Our response to Rory Reid’s “critique” of Nicole Prause 2013 EEG study (Steele et al., 2013)

YBOP COMMENTS: Below is the YBOP July, 2013 response to “Critique of Prause Study“ by Rory C. Reid, PhD (Department of Psychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles). Why have we written a response to Rory Reid’s critique of Nicole Prause’s “Sexual Desire, not Hypersexuality, is Related to Neurophysiological Responses Elicited by Sexual Images“? Because it […]

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