What Teenegers Are Learning From Online Porn Nytime

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The teens in our trials & tribulations roundtable unanimously agreed that we’ve never seen as many mainstream adult content—including pornography—on YouTube as we do now.

What Teenegers Are Learning From Online Porn Nytime

We’ve reported before about teens’ obsession with online porn in video games.

Many, like 13-year-old Luke Piressin, act on it, the un-reliability of the internet, or, as investigators found when they raided the scene, it’s just really embarrassing to have a teacher tell you your genitals are aces.

But college students aren’t just obsessed with online porn.

Some especially young students are taking it to a surprisingly dramatic level, leading some observers to question whether it’s possible to ever be too attached to it.

According to Steven Goldberg, a researcher at the University of California at Irvine, many college students who’ve watched porn online have turned into emo junkies who project their feelings of rejection onto porn stars and think it’s better to be bad to look good.

Last month, Goldberg wrote about his study on the phenomenon, which targeted undergrads in campuses around California, in a post on The Conversation, where he recommended that more research be done on how porn influence behaviors in young people and was extremely candid about the effect of internet porn on female sexuality.

“Many online male porn stars assume that female viewers in your age range feel pressured to fulfill their needs,” he wrote, citing one study where 90 percent of porn-watching females described feeling pressured to fulfill male fantasies by sexually stimulating a subject on screen that was otherwise a blank slate.

“This feeling appears to drive virtually all instances of harridancy in online male porn stars,” he said. “Indeed, according to one study, almost all online male porn stars report coercing, manipulating, or failing to compel female students to have sex in scenes where both men and women are either present or are acting.”

He went on to suggest that couples looking to engage in emotional intimacy could use online porn, and that there could be a way to “make rape fantasies real.”

In another study he cites, nearly half of online male college students stated that they would feel pressured to have sex with women whom they did not want to have sex with. One female student in that study didn’t want to have sex with a male student who made it seem like the woman would be causing herself sexual discomfort. When that student disclosed her feelings about the student’s behavior, she was pressured, forced and coerced into having sex.

And you know what? He’s not wrong.

Netflix picked up Betrayal, a new drama series premiering November 15 and starring Tim DeKay (White Collar), Hayley Atwell (Marvel’s Agent Carter), Anna Wood (Vikings), Zoe Boyle (Black Mirror) and Josh Stamberg (Mad Men), set during a cultural movement known as #MeToo.

Amid the chaos of societal change, a young and beautiful woman named Jane (Atwell) is lured into a world of perversion and violence while her ex-husband (DeKay) tries to protect her.

The show’s first official trailer features the exploration of what can happen when innocence and adolescence becomes intertwined with reckless and sadistic desires that can easily cross the line into outright criminality.

In real life, Netflix released a trailer for season three of 13 Reasons Why, which saw the death of Hannah Baker, the protagonist, who released a series of tapes after she took her own life, railing against her high school classmates for her death.

The tape’s annotations invite viewers to read those recordings in the hope of understanding why Hannah took her own life.

So it’s not the case that the more connected we become the less innocent we become.

Instead, we’re entering a world where teens have never felt more isolated and confused and the internet can serve as a destructive veneer to hide their shame.

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