Pornography Consumption Effect Scale (PCES): Useful or Not?

PCES yields peculiar results measuring self-perceived effects of pornography Update: In this 2018 NCOSE presentation – Porn Research: Fact or Fiction? – Gary Wilson exposes the truth behind 5 studies propagandists cite to support their claims that porn addiction doesn’t exist or that porn use is largely beneficial. The PCES is critiqued from 36:00 to […]

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Studies linking porn use to “un-egalitarian attitudes” toward women

Introduction This page collects findings that debunk the popular sexology claim that porn use promotes egalitarian attitudes toward women (page also contains a few studies linking porn use to un-egalitarian attitudes towards males). Let’s begin with the 2016 study that inspired the creation of this page -“Is Pornography Really about “Making Hate to Women”? Pornography […]

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Porn-induced ED: Empirical Evidence (for “skeptics”)

Porn-induced ED is a relatively recent phenomenon, but there is now a strong scientific literature exploring how it came to exist and what can be done to treat it. Introduction Studies assessing young male sexuality since 2010 report historic levels of sexual dysfunctions, and startling rates of a new scourge: low libido. Documented in this […]

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There are no scientific studies that say porn is addictive, right?

This FAQ is now obsolete as the world’s most widely used medical diagnostic manual, The International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), contains a new diagnosis suitable for porn addiction and cybersex addiction: “Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder.” The current state of the scientific research supports the existence of porn addiction and porn-induced sexual dysfunctions. For example, a […]

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