That a large number of Americans appears to face particular anguish related to the proliferation of pornography merits dialogue and understanding, not ridicule.
At the risk of beating a dead horse, I'd like to tackle a recurrent question in the art world: Is it art or is it porn?
Does too much sex kill? Well, not directly, but the rash of deaths within the gay porn world seems to suggest otherwise. Recently, writer and friend Brett Edward Stout asked me, "Johnny, how did you survive?" I was speechless. I had no answer. Why am I still here when my friends are not?
Until Facebook and Google are willing to do far more to stop the slave traders nothing can be done on a big scale to end the traffic in human beings.
The sexualization of lesbians verges on being a cultural phenomenon. Perhaps it is society's glorification of the penis and masculinity in sex that causes people, both heterosexual and within the queer community, to marvel over what two women can possibly do in the bedroom.
Buck Angel (and his vagina) are full-blown gay porn stars, friends. Is your mind blown? Well, good. That's the point.
I fear that the yoga community's laissez-faire attitude of "It's all good!" may ultimately become its undoing - because if we don't decide what yoga is and what yoga isn't, then someone is going to decide for us.
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.