Study Shows Porn Consumption is Connected with Everyday Forms of Objectifying Women

There’s a vast amount of research on the harmful effects of pornography, and it’s important that this information is accessible to the public. Weekly, we highlight a research study that sheds light on the expanding field of academic resources that showcase porn’s harms. These studies cover a wide range of topics, from the sociological implications of pornography to the neurological effects of porn-consumption.

The full study can be accessed here.

Masculine Norms, Peer Group, Pornography, Facebook, and Men’s Sexual Objectification of Women

Authors: Renee Mikorski and Dawn M. Szymanski

Peer-Reviewed Journal: Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 2017, Vol.

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