Why Don’t We See PR Messages Regarding Dangers of Porn Addiction?

Question by nicesinging1: Why don’t we see PR messages regarding dangers of porn addiction?
Something doesn’t seem right to me. I know there are substantial number of people who are addicted to porn and get their life ruined by it. They have told me porn addiction is as bad as drug or alcohol addiction if not worse.
Yet, I don’t see any PR messages on tv, radio or newspaper educating about dangers of porn and its addictive side. Why?
How do you expect people to stay away from it unless they know its harmful side? Does the federal government consider porn addiction dangerous at all?

Best answer:

Answer by nhbaritone
The idea of “addiction” to pornography is only now getting research in the scientific community. There is some evidence for the addiction conclusion, but you can not expect it to have climbed to awareness at the government level yet. Plus, the alcohol and tobacco companies pay for the PSAs against abuse of their products. Someone will have to pay money for the porn/internet PSAs.

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4 Responses to Why Don’t We See PR Messages Regarding Dangers of Porn Addiction?

  • allansc2005 says:

    Good question!

    Serial killers such as Ted Bundy,Richard Speck,et al.,admitted that their killing sprees were fueled at a young age from watching porn!

  • oklatom says:

    At one time we did. But then the businesses that pander porn to the public got together and finally made it to the Supreme Court who considered all but child pornography an extension of ‘free speech’ and told cities they could set reasonable zoning for such types of business providing the zoning was reasonable, but could not ban them. (Los Angeles got into trouble for their zoning, which included the run way of the airport as a place they could be.)

    Biggest problem with pornography is that it degrades women, making them nothing but sexual objects.

  • monkey jacket says:

    I’m wondering the same thing. It took a long while for gambling addiction to surface into the mainstream. Drugs, alcohol, gambling, porn….addiction plays no favorites.

  • helpyouishelpmyself says:

    no good to watch porn. dangerous to be porn addiction!!
    netdog porn filter: http://www.netdogsoft.com

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