“The Atlantic” story on porn addiction

Was I Actually ‘Addicted’ to Internet Pornography?

Addiction isn’t a term to be thrown around lightly. But some argue that it’s possible to become neurologically dependent on porn.

“Where is the comparative prospective study with tobacco in children? The one that divides the kids, gives half cigarettes, protects the others, and follows them? It doesn’t exist, of course, and never will, and therefore those so biased will still say that smoking is not addictive, even now.”

“I am not advocating for victimhood or pathologizing sexuality, I just want to have my struggle recognized. I’ve been battling this for a long time alone. To get past it, I need to find affinity and support. To find that, I need this to have a name.”

Here is a link to the full article by Isaac Abel.

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