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Porn = Human Sex Trafficking

The connection between mainstream pornography and the human sex trafficking epidemic is well documented. For more, visit PureHope.

The undeniable truth is that even when men indulge in the legal forms of pornography use, it still feeds the monster of illegal sex-on-demand for profit. The more sex is demanded, the more supply will keep pace.  And with the advent of the internet, every variation and taste preference regarding sexual activity can be met.  As legal forms of pornography become prevalent and readily available, it desensitizes people to the sexualization of culture in general. From there, consumers get ideas for new ways to get their sexual fix.  And, the more pornified a society becomes, the more accepting the people within that society become to the normalcy of various types of sexual preferences.

What seems appropriate or acceptable changes with more and viewing of pornography.  Psychologists agree that porn users require harder forms and new types of porn in order to get the same kick from the drug.

One example of this is sex tourism. The fact that sex tourism even exists is a statement about how pornography influences culture.

While not all porn users will end up indulging in illegal forms of it, they still contribute to the problem by perpetuating a pattern that makes the existence of human sex trafficking possible.

This is why organizations like Epiphany are so important. It is one more powerful force reversing the effects of pornified culture.

 

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