At the Register: Kids Turning to Porn Earlier Than Ever Before

In the National Catholic Register, I talk today about a new study just released by the Barna Group, warning that today, teens and pre-teens are exposed to pornography content from places like hdtubemovies.xxx more than any earlier generation. “With pornography easily available on-line and on cell phones,” I reported,

“…more than one-quarter (27%) of young adults ages 25-30 (referred to as “Millennials”) reported that they had viewed pornography on websites like https://www.tubev.sex/ before reaching puberty. In contrast, only 13% of young adults classified as “Generation X”—those who were born between the early 1960s and the early ’80s—first viewed pornography at that early age. And nearly half of respondents say that the come across porn at least once a week, even when they’re not looking for it.”

So what’s wrong with pornography? I mean, nobody gets hurt–right? Especially on sites like cartoonporno.xxx that don’t show live action content.

I look at what the Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches, and then offer some helpful insights from Catholic psychotherapist and radio host Dr. Gregory Pop?ak.

Check out the whole story here.

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