The forthcoming movie Don Jon, written by, directed by, and starring youthful Hollywood heavyweight Joseph Gordon-Levitt looks at sexual addiction -- porn addiction in particular -- as a real issue that evokes real-life consequences.
Everybody knew children were more precocious in the internet age, but the image of a toddler watching porn was deeply troubling.
Please talk to your teens about the body, heart and mind connection involved in physical intimacy. Few teens are aware of how emotionally connecting sex can be.
These laws have formed the basis of a modern-day witch-hunt that thrives on the vagaries of the Internet and too often captures individuals who make relatively simple errors online, rather than those who produce such material or directly abuse children.
Essentially, NoFap is a reaction by young males to the fact that some of them -- thanks mostly to omnipresent digital porn -- are losing interest in finding and engaging real-world sex partners.
The truth, the awful truth, and nothing but the truth.
There aren't many actresses -- make that "artists" -- that would slip into a Cuckoo bird outfit in an effort to illuminate the lesser-known facts about the animal kingdom, but thank goodness Isabellla Rossellini is up for it.
Pornography cannot exist in the workplace if high levels of productivity are desired. It distracts workers from their jobs and has the potential to offend other employees if they happen to catch a glimpse.
Your reaction could shape your child's view of sex, and the most important step is to approach the situation in a way that will leave the door open to an ongoing conversation. Here are some tips for talking with your child.
Though I prefer the modern means of porn viewing -- privately and at home -- I'm sometimes wistful for the slower, less immediate method of porn consumption. The porn films I like best are the ones I saw in those public spaces in the '70s and '80s. What can I say? I'm a sucker for nostalgia.
The term "feminist porn" has been getting a lot of traction in the mainstream press lately, and I can't help but notice that my name often appears as a shining example of "women directors who make porn aimed at a female audience." Uh... I do?
Chi Chi LaRue discusses the recent suicides of adored gay porn stars Arpad Miklos, Wilfred Knight and Roman Ragazzi. Additionally, Chi Chi opens up and explains how these deaths will change the industry, as well as how viewers and consumers can help support their favorite adult film stars.
Sex was only something I did for a living. It didn't define me and I resented that people passed judgment about my character based solely off topless photos on the Internet.
There's a pervasive notion that women simply do not like porn. But does neuroscience back that up? The answer, surprisingly, turns out to be "not exactly." Porn has more sway over women's brains than one might think.
Some would argue that pornography is harmless. Others argue that it's immoral and brain changing. But, that's not the purpose of this article. Here,...
I was acquainted with all of the names that have been in the news recently and worked with several of them and -- to a man -- they were lovely people and it saddens me to learn how unhappy they must have been.