Watching Porn ERODES “Adulthood” Regions of the Brain, Researcher Warns

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
November 29, 2019

If you want to see naked women doing the goo stuff, why watch porn when you could just pay a hooker to have the real, live physical experience?

Daily Mail:

Watching porn erodes an important region of the brain, rewiring it into a juvenile state, a researcher warns.

Rachel Anne Barr, a neuroscience PhD student and researcher at Canada’s Université Laval, says studies show people who regularly watch adult entertainment often develop damage to the prefrontal cortex, the brain region that controls morality, willpower and impulse control.

That brain region is, crucially, one that does not fully develop until adulthood.

Barr warns the research suggests porn could cause users to struggle with their emotions and impulses, possibly leading to compulsive behavior and poor decisions.

‘It’s somewhat paradoxical that adult entertainment may revert our brain wiring to a more juvenile state,’ Barr wrote in an article about her research for The Conversation.

‘The much greater irony is that while porn promises to satisfy and provide sexual gratification, it delivers the opposite.’

If porn messes with people’s morality, willpower and impulse control, then it is safe to say that porn makes people easier to manipulate and thus, better slaves consumers.

Quick and easy fix: you don’t even need to move.

It turns people into addicts desperate in their pursue of the next quick gratification fix.

‘It is already clear that the mental health and sex lives of its widespread audience are suffering catastrophic effects,’ Barr says.

‘From depression to erectile dysfunction, porn appears to be hijacking our neural wiring with dire consequences.’

Barr, who researches learning and memory, says her team has observed porn’s powerful impact on neural wiring, which can affect human behavior.

The properties of video porn make it a particularly powerful trigger for plasticity, the brain’s ability to change and adapt as a result of experience,’ Barr says.

‘Combined with the accessibility and anonymity of online porn consumption, we are more vulnerable than ever to its hyper-stimulating effects.

‘In the long term, pornography seems to create sexual dysfunctions, especially the inability to achieve erection or orgasm with a real life partner.

‘Marital quality and commitment to one’s romantic partner also appear to be compromised.’

When people talk about porn “rewiring” brains, they’re not exaggerating. Porn literally changes people’s brains.

The desensitization of our reward circuitry sets the stage for sexual dysfunctions to develop, but the repercussions don’t end there,’ Barr says.

Studies show that changes in the transmission of dopamine can facilitate depression and anxiety.

In agreement with this observation, porn consumers report greater depressive symptoms, lower quality of life and poorer mental health compared to those who don’t watch porn.’

Barr adds: ‘The other compelling finding in this study is that compulsive porn consumers find themselves wanting and needing more porn, even though they don’t necessarily like it.

‘This disconnect between wanting and liking is a hallmark feature of reward circuitry dysregulation.’

Not watching porn and not masturbating are anti-Semitic behaviors because they are good for you and bad for your enemies.

Don’t let them take your energy and your willpower.

Boobs are temporary.

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