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However, no funding was received for the material featured in this article. For many young people, pornography has become the default sex educator. Research evidence from around the world shows porn has harmful impacts on young people and adults alike. Read more: How male 'porn superfans' really view women.

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From child marriage to revenge porn, 10 setbacks for women in - Global Times

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From child marriage to revenge porn: 10 set-backs for women in 2020

T he last time I saw Gail Dines speak, at a conference in Boston, she moved the audience to tears with her description of the problems caused by pornography, and provoked laughter with her sharp observations about pornographers themselves. Activists in the audience were newly inspired, and men at the event — many of whom had never viewed pornography as a problem before — queued up afterwards to pledge their support. The scene highlighted Dines's explosive charisma and the fact that, since the death of Andrea Dworkin, she has risen to that most difficult and interesting of public roles: the world's leading anti-pornography campaigner. She wrote it primarily to educate people about what pornography today is really like, she says, and to banish any notion of it as benign titillation.
Perhaps the most consistent finding of pornography studies to date is that there is a sizeable gap that exists between men and women when it comes to their personal use and acceptance of pornography. Dozens of studies have shown that men are more likely than women to view pornography, and this is particularly true of viewing pornography regularly on a daily or weekly basis. The answers to these questions are not well understood in the pornography and couple formation literature. In all likelihood, the answers differ from couple to couple. The patterns that emerge as couples navigate these issues surrounding pornography use likely influence future couple patterns and outcomes—for better or for worse.