Worldwide pornography industry approached $100 billion according to a report issued in May 2007, Twelve years ago… How much could it be today? Surprisingly, more recent numbers are difficult to find, so our guess is around $130-140 billion.
There never was any sexual liberation movement. It was all a joke. The latter never was “spontaneous” but engineered. Porn is essentially an agenda because it regards the body as an object, and therefore disconnects from the soul inhabiting the body. The matter is rather esoteric, and a way to hijack our capacity to love genuinely since the pleasure sought is of a materialistic nature. That type of pursuit is short-lived though — never fulfilling — and must be repeated as much as possible since the ego associates love with being wanted.
True amorous behavior does not depends on quantity but quality.
The demand being additionally fueled by speculation, it only took a couple of decades for porn to completely invade society, as “being wanted” is the barometer of success, on the workplace and in the bedroom. Today sexuality is a tool for power, possess a lover or a mate, and which seems to benefit more feminism than the average man. Everything is interconnected and agendas complete one another.
On top of that, society is on a collusion course as it affects very young teenagers whose hormonal balance is threatened with endocrine disruptions caused by chemicals found in foods and cosmetics mainly. As a result, teenagers engage in sexuality much sooner as it is a pervasive taught behavior, already during childhood as the article below indicates. The video below contends that teens also seem to have become avid porn viewers. To add to the injury, “gender confusion and fluidity” are mere agendas causing additional layers fostering the sexualization of kids.
One has to look at the big picture to understand the ongoing utter horror taking place. The article below was written in 2008 and the situation has gotten way worse. Humans are being debased ever further and turned into lusty machines.
It is about time to comprehend the “dark mechanism” of the commercialization of Life as Life could not be without sexuality. The invasion of porn has worked its way through insidiously and now is another weapon aimed at society. Child pornography is another intended consequence generated by a system bent on the destruction of humanity.
Paradoxically, realizing the stakes and uniting to save world children would have more impact than anything else because the Universe is programmed to protect Life first. We just need to align our minds with It, and could kill many birds with one stone if we ever dared do this.
But that also would require to let go monetarism for good.
FOR KIDS, NO ESCAPE FROM PORN IMAGERY , NEWSWEEK (2008)
In a market that sells high heels for babies and thongs for tweens, it doesn’t take a genius to see that sex, if not porn, has invaded our lives.
But it isn’t just sex that Scott is worried about. He’s more interested in how we, as a culture, often mimic the most raunchy, degrading parts of it—many of which, he says, come directly from pornography. In “The Porning of America” (Beacon), which he has written with colleague Carmine Sarracino, a professor of American literature, the duo argue that, through Bratz dolls and beyond, the influence of porn on mainstream culture is affecting our self perceptions and behavior—in everything from fashion to body image to how we conceptualize our sexuality.
It’s too early to know exactly how kids who grow up in this hypersexualized environment will be affected in the long term. But Scott and his coauthor say it’s not too soon—or too prudish—to sound the alarm, and to look critically at the sexualized culture we’re exposed to every day.
All it takes is one look at MySpace photos of teens to see examples—if they aren’t imitating porn they’ve actually seen, they’re imitating the porn-inspired images and poses they’ve absorbed elsewhere. Latex, corsets and stripper heels, once the fashion of porn stars, have made their way into middle and high school
Celebrities, too, have become amateur porn stars. They show up in sex tapes (Colin Farrell, Kim Kardashian), hire porn producers to shoot their videos (Britney Spears) or produce porn outright (Snoop Dogg). Actual porn stars and call girls, meanwhile, have become celebs.
That education involves seeing thousands of explicit sexual images by the time a person reaches his teenage years. Experts say that exposure can make real-life sex a letdown for men driven by porn-style fantasies. In porn culture, women are overwhelmingly viewed as sexually rapacious or as victims of verbal, physical or sexual violence.
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