Public Health Crisis: Internet Access, Smartphones and Computers are Creating Generations of Porn Addicts

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
September 27, 2019

Better to have your enemies thinking about degenerate sex stuff than thinking about ways to defeat you — especially when it’s pretty easy to get them to think about sex.

CBS DFW:

“If I have to sacrifice a little embarrassment on the topic to do it, then I’m going to do it.”

A young North Texas man shared his story with the CBS 11 I-Team out about his pornography addiction. Gabe Deem says he was first exposed to porn when he was 8.

“We had cable TV. I would stay up late at night,” says Deem. “Things got really bad at twelve…when my family got high speed internet.”

Gabe Deem

And he says things got even worse with the launch of YouTube in 2005, the iPhone in 2007, the iPad in 2011, and endless other mobile devices that have hit the market over the last two decades.

I was into basketball. I was really social. And I always had a real life girlfriend, but video games, social media and internet porn rewired me.”

Deem tells the I-Team his parents had “no clue” what he was doing. “My mom always asked me why I took long showers.”

He says it was an addiction that was easy to hide and progressed as he got older. “I would ride my bike home from school and watch internet porn for sometimes two-to-three hours a day.”

STUDIES SUPPORT SIDE EFFECTS

Studies show children are typically first exposed to pornography at age 13.

One report finds 67% of male teenagers and young adults and 33% percent of female teenagers and young adults seek out porn “daily, weekly or monthly.”

Deem calls it an addiction comparable to drugs or alcohol. He says it is so strong he eventually craved a screen or pixels not people.

By the time he was 23-years-old, he says he suffered from physical side effects including erectile disfunction. He says he could not maintain a healthy relationship.

Deem also says it cause social and mental problems. “You see an increase in social anxiety, poor working memory and brain fog, so that started happening to me.”

Scared he’d never be the same, Deem turned to internet forums where he discovered he was not alone. He found other addicts talking about anxiety, depression, poor academic performance, unhealthy relationships, and even suicide.

SUICIDE?

Today, Deem has completely recovered and is about to get married. He is a personal trainer and counselor in Irving who travels the world speaking about porn addiction. He also runs his own recovery site with a forum chatting with 13,000 other members who also say they are addicted to pornography.

He read a post to the I-Team from a 43-year-old married policeman who says he considered taking his life because the addiction destroyed it. “I was ready for suicide, gun was in my hand and loaded eight months ago.” Deem says he is extremely disturbed by the number of posts just like this. He says some are from children and teenagers.

CBS 11 asked him if this is a public health crisis? He responded, “I would definitely call it a public health issue.”

STATES DEEM “PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS”

More than a dozen states agree. They’ve passed health bills deeming pornography an “epidemic that is harming… people.”

1ST GENERATION RAISED ON MOBILE DEVICES

Professor and activist Dr. Gail Dines calls the issue a “public health emergency.” She started Culture Reframed a non-profit to teach parents how to build resilience and resistance in their children to porn.

We have all the research we need to know– this is why it’s a public health emergency. This is now the first of boys we have brought up with access to hardcore porn. We have never done that before,” she said.
“These boys are about to become men. So my question is what kind of fathers, partners, lawyers, doctors, priests, teachers, coaches are they going to become?

Girls are also vulnerable to this and they do watch porn, even if not at the same level as boys, so fathers shouldn’t assume their daughters are immune.

They also engage in other forms of pornography, such as male homosexual fan fiction erotica and 50 Shades of Grey stuff.

Dr. Dines says society needs a collective response. ” …mainstream hardcore porn is free. It’s accessible. It’s anonymous. And, of course, it’s affordable because it’s free.” She says the three factors drive demand.

Free porn is the equivalent of me handling out free cigarettes outside a middle school. I would not be allowed to go outside a middle school and just hand out cigarettes every single day to make sure I got them hooked onto cigarettes nor would I be allowed to knock on people’s doors and say, “Excuse me, you have somebody under 18 her, or under 21? Here’s some beer. By the way, I’ll be back tomorrow and the day after that and the day after that.”

Nowadays with smartphones and stuff, it would be more accurate to describe free internet pornography as magic cigarette devices that people carry around with them everywhere and that are always full of cigarettes — all kinds of cigarettes — for them to choose.

This really is one of the “there’s the apple, eat it maybe?” daily tests of people’s wills.

Give in and open your mind’s gates for whatever degenerate stuff some random pornographer wants you to absorb or lock down the fortress and prepare for the siege.

If grown men can fall for this and become addicted, imagine how less prepared young boys are to resist the attack — especially when the creatures of Sauron show up disguised as relatively attractive women.

CONTROVERSY

While some experts say this is just as big of a problem for teens today as vaping, drinking and drugs, other activists argue pornography is a first amendment right. They say the government should not intervene with claims of it being a “public health crisis.”

Oh, yes, very controversial.

There are studies about the effects that pornography has on the mind and body. It rewires people’s brains. Saying it is just like speech is not really any different than saying that drugs are a first amendment right.

But of course, the overlords are just defending your Freedom.

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