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Pornography has spread like a plague across the nations all over the globe. It has moved from the margins of our culture to the mainstream, undermining marriages, families, and communities. Worst of all, it has stolen a time of innocence from our children. Some pornography, specifically "obscenity" and "child pornography," is illegal and not protected by the First Amendment. Whether legal or not, pornography alters both sexual attitudes and behaviour, undermining marriage, which in turn undermines the stability of the entire community.

Pornography and the Family

Pornography viewing leads to a loss of interest in good family relations. Married men who are involved in pornography feel less satisfied with their conjugal relations and less emotionally attached to their wives. Pornography use is a pathway to infidelity and divorce, and is frequently a major factor in these family disasters. Couples affected by one spouse's addiction usually experience a loss of interest in sexual intercourse and good family relations. Both spouses perceive pornography viewing as tantamount to infidelity. Pornography use and "cybersex" can often be just as damaging to family relationships as real-life infidelity, and this estrangement has tangible consequences: when viewing pornography becomes an addiction, a troubling percentage of "sex addicts" who visit site lose their spouses, a lot more suffer considerable financial losses, and many lose their jobs. Pornography devastates marriages, as husbands report to loving their spouses less due to the addiction, and the wives of these users have deep psychological wounds, with feelings of betrayal, mistrust, and anger towards their partner, sometimes requiring clinical treatment for trauma.

Pornography and the Individual

Pornography is addictive. Users tend to become desensitized to and bored with the type of pornography they use, seeking more perverse forms of sexual imagery. Men who view pornography regularly have a higher tolerance for abnormal sexuality, including rape, sexual aggression, and sexual promiscuity. Prolonged consumption of pornography by men produces notions of women as commodities or as "sex objects." Pornography engenders greater sexual permissiveness, leading to a greater risk of out-of-wedlock births and STDs. Child-sex offenders are more likely to view pornography regularly or to be involved in its distribution. Pornography changes the habits of the mind, and its use can easily become habitual, leading to desensitization, boredom, distorted views of reality, and an objectification of women. A greater amount of sexual stimuli becomes necessary to arouse habitual users, leading them to pursue more deviant forms of pornography to fulfil their sexual desires, for example.