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Hannah Carter
Dedicated in memory of the
Late Hannah Carter & her family.

When this article was initially prepared my consciousness was dominated by the most

Recent male perpetrator of Domestic Violence

Who had murdered his wife & their 3 little children

In the most wicked sickening & violent attacks imaginable.



Startled by the 2020 Mardi Gras my minds attention fortunately shifted.

To the joy of loving connection. 

All genders & all ages seek loving connecting relationships.

With this I now seek readers permission to excuse, where ever

Necessary the previous predominance of male references to now 

Include LBGTQ, & straight Females in Violent relationships 

If the previous oversight may have be applicable to you.

Fundamentally the article is intended to address Domestic Violence.

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Dear Daddy,
With mainstream culture having so readily adopted pornography into the fold as a socially acceptable norm, many experts have likened pornography to a debilitating disease with serious physical, emotional, and psychological ramifications.

Emerging research has linked this noticeable increase in exposure to pornography during our everyday lives with rising prevalence rates of addiction to pornography itself – as the number of pornography addicts in Australia continues to steadily increase.

The fact that vast quantities of porn are so easily available – an instantly gratifying stimulus that varies in its degrees of graphic, explicit, and violent natures – can be seen as a highly influential factor contributing to these rates. Due to the brain's own incredibly adaptive nature, pornography can – with its sudden, intense neurological reward – foster a powerful sense of dependency within an individual.

As a potent stimulus, pornography – much like any other drug – can manipulate the brain into needing more gratifying stimuli of greater strength.

If left unsatisfied in either the frequency or the intensity of their porn use, an addict can experience various withdrawal-type symptoms including:

  •     persistent cravings for pornography
  •     unwanted sexual thoughts and compulsions
  •    loss of concentration
  •     frequent mood swings
  •    feelings of hopelessness and despair
  •    anxiety and low self-esteem
  •    anger, guilt, and shame
  •    difficulties in sleeping
  •    difficulty in performing daily chores
  •    progressing intimacy difficulties
  •    development of pornography induced erectile dysfunction, (PIED)
A pornography addiction can also put an increased strain on both individuals in a relationship –  interfering with a couple's ability to develop and maintain a strong sense of intimacy between each other. A romantic relationship without affection, trust, and desire is unlikely to last.

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Today simply too many innocent young men and women are being misled, and their minds poisoned, about gender differences and sexuality by mind distorting depictions of gross pornography.

Pornography where wounded and troubled young women and sexually depraved minded males are allowing themselves to be used in the world of pornographic assults and putrid distortions of sex and humiliating, aggressive violence.

As difficult as it maybe to believe that even though such forms of sexual behaviour may and do happen in life the pornographic exhibition is  not the way and methods loving sexual relations are to normally be conducted. 

Here is a beautifully delivered, critically important message, for adoleslent young boys who need respectful guidance from their male models and ADULT MINDED Mentors .

Leading onto Problems with Pornography


Maree Crabbe
Maree Crabbe is an expert on young people and sexuality. Photo: Simon Schluter

Adolescent sexuality expert Maree Crabbe on pornography's impact on young people.
Technology has enabled the proliferation of pornography, making it so pervasive that it has become
the main sex educator for many young people.

This is a profound problem because it gives a distorted view of sexuality and human relations,
predominantly involves violence against women and encourages hazardous practices.

A doctor looks at a heroin addict's brain scans.
New research shows men who say they are addicted to porn … develop changes in the same area – the reward centre – that changes in drug addicts.' Photograph: Don McPhee for the Guardian

The Cambridge University neuropsychiatrist Dr Valerie Voon has recently shown that men who describe themselves as addicted to porn (and who lost relationships because of it) develop changes in the same brain area – the reward centre – that changes in drug addicts.

Neurosceptics may argue that pictures of the brain lighting up in addicts tell us nothing new – we already know they are addicted.
But they do help: knowing the reward centre is changed explains some porn paradoxes.
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