Study Reveals How Porn Fuels Cycles of Loneliness in Consumers

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.

Pornography Use and Loneliness: A Bidirectional Recursive Model and Pilot Investigation

Authors: Mark H. Butler, Samuel A. Pereyra, Thomas W. Draper, Nathan D. Leonhardt, and Kevin B. Skinner
Published: April

Read the full article at fightthenewdrug.org

Fight The New Drug is a non-political and non-religious organisation.


Submit a Comment