Campaign for REAL MEN not PORN EUNUCHS
  • A The British government and governments worldwide

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The British government and governments worldwide

Campaign for REAL MEN not PORN EUNUCHS

    1. Lindsay Mckinnon
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      Lindsay Mckinnon

      Bacup, United Kingdom

The campaign is not affiliated with any anti or pro porn lobby.

The aims of the campaign are totally impartial and are concerned primarily with the physical, sexual, emotional and psychological effects of pornography on the user and those involved with the user, from family members to work colleagues.

We must make a stand to ensure our society is not headed for a bleak future as we are now witnessing in Japan, where due to the proliferation of uncensored porn over the last two decades, they are seeing a notable drop in their population, as their youth choose cyber-sex/porn over relationships.

Our own young men are suffering ED in their teens and twenties due to porn addiction. They are developing negative attitudes about females and are unable to form relationships: which in turn will mean fewer stable family units and more one parent families.

With over half of divorces citing heavy porn use as a contributory factor: as a society, we ignore the results of porn addiction at our peril. With this in mind, I urge you to lobby to implement the following:
One: Porn addiction needs to be recognised as such: the semantics as to whether or not it is an addiction or a behavioural problem are beside the point. While these arguments continue, porn addiction is allowed to grow unhindered and cause untold harm.

Two: All health practitioners are given a proper and full training in sex and porn addiction. Currently most are unaware that it exists and are unable to recognise the symptoms let alone give the correct treatment.

Three: All health practitioners are given a full and proper training on how to treat the partner of an addict. (Symptoms are akin to PTSD). Currently the advice that it is acceptable for her partner to watch porn and ignoring her concerns over the changes in his behaviour and his consequential treatment of her, is not only sanctioning but contributing to a form of spousal abuse.

Four: Access to porn is no longer freely available on the internet, regardless of age (any 5 year old can click a button to confirm they are over 18). All material of a pornographic nature should be accessed via a new network URL (.sex for instance) which the user has to register and log into to access.

These sites should only be available through adult search engines, meaning innocent searches on Google, Alta Vista, et al, will not ‘accidently’ result in pages of porn sites.

Five: TV commercials for adult chat lines should not be shown on regular TV channels. (Ads promoting porn, sex lines and prostitutes ‘normalise’ them).

Clips for films on adult pay per view channels and seeing the sex workers on channels dedicated to live sex lines should not be accessible unless the viewer signs in. (Currently, these channels show free film clips and, in the case of live sex chat lines, the girls can still be viewed chatting with and responding to requests from other callers, regardless of whether the viewer has paid to speak with them or not).

Likewise: adverts for live chat sex lines and prostitutes, should be removed from any paper publication that is not intended for strictly adult audiences (no child who is checking out what time his cartoons start in a TV guide should find ads for sex lines.)
Six: An education campaign is launched to show the harmful effects of porn use on a man’s libido, his relationships, his job (many porn addicts end up losing their job and suffer financial difficulties), mental health (depression is a common result) his ability as a lover and a partner. The campaign should be multi layered, targeting specific age groups.

Seven: A government funded national and international research group to look into the short and long term effects of pornography on the psyche and whether there needs to be a limit on the type and strength of the scenes of degradation, and if these scenes contribute to ‘hate crimes’ against women and children.

It should be up to the person who wants to watch porn to actively seek it out.

It should not be up to the person (or parent) who does not want to watch porn to actively avoid it.

I was in an increasingly abusive relationship with a porn addict and found very little information, no support for the addict and even less for the partner, which led me to write a book You Want Me To Do WHAT With That?! The Life Expecatancy of a Relationship With a Porn Addict, which is the first British book on porn and sex addiction. and is written specifically to help the partners of addicts.

Follow the campaign on Facebook and www.dontrewardbadbehaviour.com

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    • k richardson SANTA CRUZ, CA
      • circa 2 anni fa

      my life has just been torn apart by sex addiction. i have been shocked by the lack of support for this issue.

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    • Ian Jameson MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM
      • circa 2 anni fa

      Because porn addiction needs to be controled

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