65% agreed that porn was harmful, 82% that it degraded women, and 76% agreed that porn use leads to sexual addiction.
The Global Dispatch, August 14, 2014A survey of 3000 UK families found that children as young as age two had been exposed to pornography, and the average age of first exposure was four.
The Scotsman, April 3, 2014The Week quoted the results of a survey where 65% of American men said porn is morally unacceptable, but then highlighted that 30% of all internet traffic is porn, concluding that “Americans look at porn but feel bad about it.” The Week, March 6, 2014In a recent Christian Mingle study, 50% percent of female Christians and 39 percent of Christian males said they went to church at least once a month.
Of the 716 Christians surveyed, 90 percent said they would be comfortable with premarital sex; 61 percent of these said without any strings attached.
12% of 12-13 year olds admitted to participating in a sexually explicit video.
One girl told the story of how, when she was 12, her then 12 year old “boyfriend” sexually assaulted her.
As Christians, it’s important to be aware of the devil’s strategies and schemes to be on guard against them. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.”Blog.November 16, 2017 Does Watching Porn Increase the Likelihood of Divorce In a new study titled “Till Porn Do Us Part?