By Ari Tuckman Psy D, MBA on October 19, 2017 in Sex Matters Despite all the controversy, most people use porn responsibly, but romantic partners still need to agree about how it fits into their sex life. By Sue Scheff on October 12, 2017 in Shame Nation Are you receiving unsolicited sexual content?
A new survey says unwanted sexual images are becoming the norm among millennials.
It makes absolutely no common sense to believe that the earth is round or revolves around the Sun.Today porn is viewable at the click of a button by anyone with an Internet connection, though it also comes in the forms of literature, audio, magazines, and more. Is it a harmless pastime or a pernicious addiction?A fun way to add spice to a couple's life, a relationship destroyer, or potentially both?By Nick Luxmoore on November 11, 2017 in Young People Up Close If, realistically, we have little control over children watching porn, how do we help them understand what they're watching so that they're not damaged when it comes to real life? Understanding the psychology behind objectification might help us fight back.By David Greenfield Ph D, MS on October 22, 2017 in Virtual Addictions The power of the Internet is due to its unique speed, ease of access, and reduced threshold to the world's most potent content. on October 18, 2017 in Understanding the Erotic Code All too often everything from having extramarital affairs to watching porn to desiring different sexual experiences with a reluctant partner is lumped together as sex addiction.The debate continues over whether pornography is detrimental to our sexual development and mental health.