Understanding and predicting profiles of compulsive sexual behavior among adolescents (2018)

Yaniv Efrati, Mateusz Gola Ahead of Print, pp. 1–11 https://doi.org/10.1556/2006.7.2018.100 Keywords: compulsive sexual behavior, adolescents, personality traits, loneliness Abstract | Full Text | References | PDF (330 KB) Abstract Background and aims This two-study research was designed to define and predict profiles of compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) among non-clinical population of adolescents, and aimed to […]

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Nicole Prause’s Unethical Harassment and Defamation of Gary Wilson & Others (Page 2)

Introduction (as it appears on Page #1) Legal counsel advised us to create these pages, which document Nicole Prause’s extensive campaign targeting those who point out possible harms of porn use or issues in the porn industry. “Sunshine” protects the community Prause harasses by preserving facts and permitting visitors and journalists to understand the truth […]

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Neurocognitive mechanisms in compulsive sexual behavior disorder (2018)

[Co-authored by multiple researchers in the field of problematic sexual behavior, this article questions whether the new CSBD diagnosis belongs under the “Impulse Control Disorder” category, where it currently resides. They find the most support for CSB as an ‘addictive disorder.’] Ewelina Kowalewska, Joshua B. Grubbs, Marc N. Potenza, Mateusz Gola, Małgorzata Draps, and Shane […]

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Correcting Misunderstandings About Neuroscience and Problematic Sexual Behaviors (2017) by Don Hilton, MD

Neuroscience and PSBs In recent years, neuroscience discoveries about the reward system and human sexuality have shed new light on both problematic and healthy sexual behavior. As can be expected with any new paradigm, however, some doubtful neuroscience claims have also appeared in the media. As a neurosurgeon and the author of several papers on […]

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Research confirms sharp rise in youthful sexual dysfunctions

Research confirms sharp rise in youthful sexual dysfunctions. Young men today appear to be experiencing a sharp increase in ED (and other sexual dysfunctions) since the advent of streaming internet. All studies assessing young male sexuality since 2010 report historic levels of erectile dysfunction, and startling rates of a new scourge: low libido. Erectile dysfunction […]

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Factor structure of the Cybersex Motives Questionnaire (2018)

J Behav Addict. 2018 Aug 29:1-9. doi: 10.1556/2006.7.2018.67. [Epub ahead of print] Franc E1, Khazaal Y1,2,3, Jasiowka K2, Lepers T2, Bianchi-Demicheli F1,2, Rothen S1,2. Abstract The Internet is widely used for sexual activities and pornography. Little is known, however, about why people look for meetings and sexual interactions through the Internet and about the correlates […]

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Debunking “Why Are We Still So Worried About Wat­­ching Porn?” (by Marty Klein, Taylor Kohut, and Nicole Prause)

Introduction This critique has two parts: Part 1 exposes how Nicole Prause, Marty Klein and Taylor Kohut completely misrepresent their solitary bit of “evidence” to support the article’s core falsehood – that “compulsive pornography viewing” was excluded from the new ICD-11 “Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder” diagnosis. Part 2 exposes the startling omissions, false claims, research […]

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Neurological studies on porn users by Matthias Brand and his team

Matthias Brand is the head of the department General Psychology: Cognition at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Brand’s team of researchers). Listed below are the neurological studies on porn users, and reviews of the literature/commentaries on porn use/addiction, that Brand and his team have published: 1) Watching Pornographic Pictures on the Internet: Role of Sexual Arousal […]

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Religious People Use Less Porn and Are No More Likely to Believe They Are Addicted

Have you heard these claims a lot recently? Or perhaps even believed they are true? Religious populations have higher rates of porn use than their secular brethren, and lie about it. Religious porn users are not really addicted to porn; they only believe they are addicted because they are ashamed. Believing in porn addiction is […]

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Propagandists misrepresent peer-reviewed papers and ICD-11 search features to fuel false claim that WHO’s ICD-11 “rejected porn addiction and sex addiction”

The deniers of porn addiction are agitated because the latest version of the World Health Organization’s medical diagnostic manual, The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), contains a new diagnosis suitable for diagnosing both porn addiction and sex addiction. It’s called “Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder.” For a responsible article, quoting WHO’s official spokesperson, Christian Lindmeier, the […]

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