Violent Pornography

Men who view violent pornography are more likely to believe that women who are raped enjoyed the experience, or were “asking for it”. Pornography is recognised as a significant factor for violence towards women, correlating with increases in sexual harassment, physical or verbal coercion to having sex, using drugs or alcohol to sexually coerce women, date rape, marital rape, incest, sexual abuse of children, and greater willingness to have sex with 13-14 year olds.

The Centre for Human Dignity will take up the vital fight to have pornography recognised as a health risk, so that Australians can be free from this dangerous stronghold.

 

References:

[1] Robert Jensen, “Pornography Cultures”, Big Porn Inc, p. 31.

[2] Dr Mary Anne Layden, Pornography Statistics p 6.

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