Paul Wright, PhD Calls Out Porn Researchers’ Questionable Tactics (2021)

Paul Wright PhD is a highly regarded, prolific pornography researcher. Apparently, he’s tired – as are many others in this field – of the deceptive tactics employed by some of the notoriously agenda-driven sexology researchers in the field (and their biased refereeing of papers). He highlights two of their stratagems in separate Letters to the […]

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New study shatters the “moral incongruence model of pornography addiction” (2020)

Some of the world’s top behavioral addiction experts have just published a new study “Frequency of use, moral incongruence, and religiosity and their relationships with self‐perceived addiction to pornography, internet use, social networking and online gaming.” Don’t let its long-winded academic title fool you. It powerfully shatters one of the most pernicious myths that pro-porn […]

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Theoretical Assumptions on Pornography Problems Due to Moral Incongruence and Mechanisms of Addictive or Compulsive Use of Pornography: Are the Two “Conditions” as Theoretically Distinct as Suggested? (Analysis of the Grubbs moral incongruence model)

Archives of Sexual Behavior February 2019, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp 417–423 | https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10508-018-1293-5 Matthias Brand, Stephanie Antons, Elisa Wegmann, Marc N. Potenza This comment refers to the article available at  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1248-x. Introduction The Target Article by Grubbs, Perry, Wilt, and Reid (2018) addresses an important and timely topic regarding problems that individuals may experience related to pornography use. Grubbs et […]

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Hitting the Target: Considerations for Differential Diagnosis When Treating Individuals for Problematic Use of Pornography (2018). (Analysis of the Grubbs moral incongruence model)

Archives of Sexual Behavior February 2019, Volume 48, Issue 2, pp 431–435 | https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10508-018-1301-9 Shane W. Kraus, Patricia J. Sweeney This comment refers to the article available at  https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-018-1248-x. Grubbs, Perry, Wilt, and Reid (2018a) proposed a model for understanding individuals’ problems with pornography due to moral incongruence (PPMI). Specifically, they posit that some pornography users experience psychological distress and […]

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