Friday, 26 November 2004

The Science Behind Pornography Addiction

yes, erototoxins
it's a sciencishy word, cause it's got all those o's in there. erototoxin.
so bad, it even subverts the first amendment:
An offensive strategy should be planned, mandating law enforcement collection of all pornography data at crime sites and judges, police, lawyers and law schools should receive training in the hard data of sexology fraud and erototoxins as changing brains absent informed consent.... Congress should also remove the authority of so-called sexology institutes--most of whom are pornography grantees--to confer professional credentials and serve as expert witnesses.... Thanks to the latest advances in neuroscience, we now know that pornographic visual images imprint and alter the brain, triggering an instant, involuntary, but lasting, biochemical memory trail, arguably, subverting the First Amendment by overriding the cognitive speech process.
(she must be right she wrote a .pdf)
The internet is dangerous because it removes the inefficiency in the delivery of pornography, making porn much more ubiquitous than in the days when guys in trench coats would sell nudie postcards, Satinover said. source
yeah, just when was that? the twenties? these are the same people who burned w. reich's books, stamped out orgone research, and let him rot & die in jail apparently, given this kinda dated reference

obliquely related:
beware of the deadly trouser snake

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