Addressing unsupported claims, personal attacks and defamation by Daniel A. Burgess, LMFT (Feb-March, 2018)

INTRODUCTION: Burgess claims victimhood, yet he initiated all contact (Facebook, Twitter), posting numerous defamatory comments, and eventually infringing on YBOP’s trademark by creating “www.realyourbrainonporn.com.” Prior to February, 2018 I had never heard of Daniel Burgess LMFT. Suddenly, out of nowhere Mr. Burgess (@BurgessTherapy) employed multiple social media platforms to attack me and YBOP. Burgess’s targeted […]

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Porn-Induced Sexual Dysfunctions

UPDATE: If your healthcare provider wants continuing education credits that address porn-induced sexual dysfunctions, they may want to look into this course (not affiliated with this website). In the UK, consider this course. ~~~ “It’s hard to know exactly how many young men are suffering from porn-induced ED. But it’s clear that this is a […]

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Brain Studies on Porn Users & Sex Addicts

This page contains two lists (1) neuroscience-based commentaries & reviews of the literature, and, (2) neurological studies assessing the brain structure and functioning of Internet porn users and sex/porn addicts (Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder). To date, all but one of the 57 neurological studies published offers support for the addiction model (no studies falsify the […]

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Dismantling the “group position” paper opposing porn and sex addiction (November, 2017)

Introduction In early November, 2017 three non-profit kink organizations (Center for Positive Sexuality, National Coalition for Sexual Freedom, and The Alternative Sexualities Health Research Alliance) released a group position paper “opposing the addiction model in relation to frequent sexual behavior and pornography viewing.” The groups’ press release, Position statement opposing sex/porn addiction model, explained their […]

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Eliminate Chronic Internet Pornography Use to Reveal Its Effects (2016), by Gary Wilson

Author/s: Gary Wilson DOI: 10.15805/addicta.2016.3.0107 Year: 2016 Vol: 3 Number: 2 LINK TO ABSTRACT LINK TO PDF OF FULL PAPER Abstract There’s growing evidence that today’s streaming pornography videos are sui generis, with unique properties such as inexhaustible sexual novelty at a swipe, effortless escalation to more extreme material, and accessibility by youthful viewers, and […]

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