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Sex Scientists Are Charged With “Normalizing” Porn [Survey]

In a survey of our most personal behaviors, sex scientists have been accused of “normalizing” porn because of the questions they plan to pose to the public.
Porn will get its own area in the National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal), which is conducted every ten years by researchers from University College London.

The Natsal team agreed after being persuaded of the “value of treating porn neutrally as another sexual activity.” But not about how it might effect their relationships, respondents will be questioned if they believe using porn has a positive or negative impact on their sex lives.

Christian Concern’s chief executive, Andrea Williams, expressed her great concern that the survey’s “neutral” treatment of porn runs the risk of normalizing what is a damaging pastime. Utilizing pornography is not a “neutral” act as it affects multiple people.

The user’s relationships with their partner, their family, and their own mental health are all impacted.
According to Dame Rachel de Souza, the Youngsters’s Commissioner, half of children had been exposed to porn by the time they are 13 years old, which she described as “very disturbing.”
More than 600 questions will be asked to 10,000 participants in the new poll. The most delicate questions can be answered by respondents using a computer.

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