Sex researcher unable to find porn virgins on campus

In case you’re wondering how common Internet Pornography has become, this isolated example might be enough to demonstrate the point: A researcher at the University of Montreal wanted to do a study about the effects of pornography on the human brain, but had to change the focus of his study. He wanted to observe the effects of porn use on the brains of male students who were new to pornography. But there were none! Here’s an excerpt from a recent article about this:

When Universite de Montreal assistant professor Simon Louis Lajeunesse launched his project with men in their 20s, he wanted to interview subjects who had never been exposed to pornography — porn virgins.

But he couldn’t find any.

“Guys who do not watch pornography do not exist,” Lajeunesse of the university’s School of Social Work said Wednesday.

So his study examined the habits of 20 university students who consumed X-rated material — that would be all of them — and the impact on their sexual identity and how it shapes their relationships with women.

Lajeunesse found most boys seek pornography by age 10, at about the same time that they become curious about sex. They chose what they wanted to see and quickly rejected what they found offensive — for example, bestiality or violence.

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