His Porn, Her Pain: Confronting America’s PornPanic With Honest Talk About Sex

When you were logging onto the Internet in the 1990s, did you ever wonder “What do you suppose would happen if America were flooded with free, high-quality pornography?” We now know the answer, as this is exactly what took place 15 years ago. But this knowledge hasn’t enabled us to deal with porn intelligently.

This practical, innovative book describes today’s porn, and how we respond to it, including:

  • How couples can deal productively with conflict about one partner’s porn use;
  • How parents can help their kids deal with troubling images they might see—and reduce parents’ anxiety in the process;
  • What people can do if they’re concerned about their own porn use—and why “porn addiction” is the WRONG approach;
  • The actual content of most porn (in contrast with the exaggerated, mythical content);
  • The historic change in America’s anti-porn critique: from an immorality problem (porn is dangerous for the user) to a public health danger (porn is dangerous for everyone), inviting a whole new group of stakeholders to fight porn’s existence.

This book shows that for most people, porn is NOT the real problem. What are we really talking about when we talk about porn? This fast-paced book provides thought-provoking answers.

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