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It seems the person writing the article had no idea that she was talking about a site with a few pictures of a bunny. I agree that she was out of touch, but you'd think at least the author could've gotten the basic idea. You're right, I wasn't in the right state of mind. But I don't know, maybe I can go back to my old blog, where I was able to stay sane. Delete
It would be better to see what people's actual reaction is, rather than just assuming it's like some kind of weird internet thing. A lot of the articles you mention on the net have been made by people who don't know anything about the subject. It's a shame because there's so much more to this world than just porn. Delete
This blog article is really boltikahani weird to read. I don't agree with the way you presented the data, but what the hell. It's just like how some people think that we're talking about one side of a debate. I read your post and I'm thinking I'm on the wrong side, but I'll go back and check it. Delete
I find it fascinating that you don't mention any research on it, but there is evidence that adult content could cause a decline in IQ. There are many studies, for example the one that found that women who watch porn will be more likely to have a lower IQ. That study was a few years old, but you don't mention it. How can you not know? It's so easy to say that there are lots of studies on it, but then, when you have any evidence on it, you're like "Yeah, right, well, you know what, we can do more research, I guess, but the evidence is still limited. The data is limited." This one does not contradict the previous one, but it also does not contradict any other studies. I mean, even a study on the long-term effect of Internet porn use on IQ, it seems to be a bit mixed. But the results are inconclusive, so the evidence in general is not as strong as people might think. Delete
No, that's a common problem among some researchers when their results have to be interpreted by the people who have been studied. You're also ignoring the fact that it's possible to have multiple studies and still come to the same conclusion about something. There's no reason for you to assume anything. Your article is just a case of your ignorance of the literature, not an analysis. Also, the original study is a meta-analysis of data from different studies, it doesn't mean the original study isn't valid. The results were not consistent across the different studies. Delete
I agree 80's porn that the results of the original study were inconsistent, but if one does not want to be overly dramatic, let us say that the effects were so small that if the average woman who watches porn does not change her behavior because she finds it pleasurable, then she would have an increase in her risk of breast cancer over and above what the odds would be of a person who did not watch porn changing their behavior. In other words, the risk of developing breast cancer in this group would be very close to zero, as opposed to 1% in the non-porn group. In conclusion, I think that the current study is a solid one and it gives some interesting results and it provides some important new knowledge. I don't see any problems with the results, but I don't think the results are definitive yet. If the effects of the consumption of pornography are so small, one would expect to see evidence of the effects in many other populations (such as in the US), and the results should be replicated by other researchers. Delete
The authors state that the effect on breast cancer risk was not consistent between the groups, but that is probably because the amount of pornography viewed is very small, and the participants in the study (who consumed a lot) had been exposed to porn before. It is possible that the effects were small because of that. In general, the results of this study are interesting but don't yet provide definitive evidence that pornography exposure decreases risk. I'm not a scientist but I'd love to hear your thoughts, especially on how we should be thinking about the risks of porn and how to minimize those risks. Delete
I don't see how you can conclude that there is no relationship between porn and breast cancer, just because you don't see the relationship in the study. I have the same question for the authors and the other authors that responded to this post. There was a very clear link between pornography use and breast cancer risk. The study did not look at the effect on mortality. You can't conclude that because there was a correlation between a particular disease and a certain type of porn use that this has caused cancer. If that was the case, you'd be correct that there would be fewer deaths, but the link is clear. Delete
You're very welcome! It was quite clear. And I thought the study looked at cancer mortality in this particular study. I'm wondering whether the "porn use and cancer naked on the beach mortality" link is still there now, when the study was published? Delete
No. I'd agree that the study could have had a different design, had they just found an effect. If you're going to take that route, you should look at all the different types of porn, and see what effects they have on different types of health. Delete
There is an interesting paper (and I hope it's not outdated) by David Nutt. His research was to test indian gay sex video the effect of various drugs on the development of heroin addicts. His research shows that a high dose of opiates produces a "high". He then tries to prove that this high is somehow addictive (it isn't) but nude youtubers the evidence is actually mixed at best. It's interesting, but it's not proof of anything. A study done by a doctor that looked at cocaine and heroin addicts would not have produced the same results. What do you think is the effect of porn on the brain? Delete
I don't want to sexy youtuber be accused of being an asshole, but this is just plain wrong. There's not a single study that shows that porn causes people to behave in this way. The research on sex addiction is not consistent or even close to being complete. The best evidence we have is that addiction can be triggered by stimuli (e.g., being exposed to certain objects or events). That doesn't mean it can be caused by porn. I'll be completely honest. I have read a lot of this blog and it has a lot of good information. I agree with you that we shouldn't be surprised that porn-addicts engage in this sort of behavior, but this blog is too much of a rush to the next step to be very serious. The next blog has an interesting perspective on this subject. I've found this blog helpful for understanding what happens to you when you're addicted to porn, and for figuring out how to prevent that from happening. And for the record, I don't know anyone who has actually gotten addicted to porn. But I do know that there are plenty of people who are in denial about the impact that porn has had on their lives.