Porn and the Laws of the Soul
How to find our way out from our culture-wide sex addiction.
Helen Andrews reflects upon the drastic increase in availability and immediacy of pornography over the past several decades. Josh Hammer, Marlo Safi, Bedivere Bedryant, Benjamin Wiker, and Spencer Klavan respond.
In 1949, the British research group Mass-Observation conducted a survey into English sex habits, which, among other questions, asked respondents how they had first become aware of sex. About 20% said their parents had explained it to them. Eight percent said they had learned it from a book, usually a medical textbook or a pamphlet… Read more about: Obscenity BlindnessShare this Feature with your network or email it instantly.