Pornography makes more money in America than Apple, Microsoft, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, Google, and Netflix COMBINED
Ever since the sexual revolution of the early 60s, our country’s view on sex is more promiscuous than ever before. Most Americans assume that people have sex. It has nothing to do with whether one is married or not; most Americans now view sex as a regular part of the dating practice.
So, how’s this overtly promiscuous attitude been working out for America?
Here are some alarming statistics I came across:
- The USA leads the industrialized world in teenage pregnancy.
- One in three girls become getting pregnant before the age of 20, 81% out of wedlock.
- More than 40% of all births in our country takes place outside of wedlock.
- Pornography makes more money in the USA than Apple, Microsoft, eBay, Amazon, Yahoo, Google, and Netflix Combined.
How are Christian young men and women doing?
According to some researches done by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, 80% of unmarried “born again” Christians 18-29 say they have been sexually active.
We have a sexual problem
What is needed is a call and an engagement to live Biblical norms. We will live differently than the people of our age because God said so.
How about that?
What would that be like if the religion said, “We don’t care what the rest of the world is doing? We will live according to God’s ways?”
Here is a book named The Porn Myth that reviewed by some readers as below:
I appreciate the author of this book; It’s a “brilliant book” for people who want to kick off porn and realize how bad the porn is. This book exposes the dark side behind the porn industry and how porn causes a negative influence on modern society. After I finished Gary Wilson’s “Your Brain On Porn” this book tells me more details about how porn industries and business desperately make money by exploiting women and destroying the real value of love and admiration.
How Pornography seizes the Male Brain, this book may help.
This was a helpful book in understanding the neurological, as well as sensitive effects of pornography. It does have some clinical parts, but they were still very reader-friendly. I highly recommend this book!