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venerdì 16 settembre 2016

Porn Addicted Children 3

Canadian filmmakers Jared and Michelle Brock hope their film about porn addiction will inspire change.

The documentary film is called "Over 18." It's an exploration of the realities of modern pornography online and its effects on kids, teens, parents and porn stars.
The focus of the production is a young boy named Joseph, who was gaming online when a "pop-up" appeared on his screen. He was nine. It was the first time and not the last he would see pornography. His viewing turned into an addiction which he is now recovering from.
"We're making this film for young people who don't want to be addicted to pornography and we're making it for their parents who don't know what's going on," Jared Brock said.
The statistics are alarming. More than 90 per cent of boys and 60 per cent of girls have seen pornography before the age of 18. The type of porn that is seen today is not like it was generations ago. Brock described today's version as being "violent and degrading to women."
A tour of about 60 cities across Canada will coincide with the release of the film on Oct. 1 to raise awareness about the topic. The filmmakers are also supporting Motion 47 being presented to the House of Commons this year.
"We think the best answer is meaningful age verification," he said. "We want people to sign petitions and write letters to members of Parliament, calling their senators and saying 'we are in favour of protecting our kids.'"
Brock is also the co-founder of Hope for the Sold, A Canadian non-profit that fights sexual exploitation and human trafficking.
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Film about porn addiction in children meant to raise awareness Sept 16 2016 Hamilton Spectator Kelly Noseworthy

Researchers say that sex and porn addiction is on the rise and could be compared to alcohol or gambling addiction, although spectators won’t see it as an actual medical issue. The Rutland Centre in Dublin, Ireland, home to mainly alcohol addicted patients, has seen an increase in sex addiction in the past years.

We can expect to see an increase in sex addiction...In the U.S. they estimate two thirds of kids are looking at porn as they do their homework,” Clinical Services Manager at the Rutland Centre in Dublin Erica Ruigrok told Irish Times. “I’d say we have a tsunami coming our way in terms of sex addiction.”

Sex Addiction Increases

The Rutland Centre saw less than half percent of its clients affected by sex addiction in 2009. Now the research and rehabilitation facility highlights sex addiction as the main issue in six percent of its presentations.
“It’s a game-changer...With the internet you can find a sex partner within 15 minutes – as quickly as you can find a take-away (takeout food delivery),” Ruigrok said.
Dr. John O’Connor, medical director of the Rutland Centre, said sex addiction stems from a poor childhood and is one of the “loneliest addictions.”
“It’s all there. If people have bad childhoods, they are in trouble,” Dr. O’Connor said. “They may have experienced trauma, abandonment issues, lack of boundaries, narcissistic parenting...In addiction people are self-medicating...They are using drink or sex or whatever it is to soothe and regulate emotions.

Sex Addiction a Clinical Diagnosis

Sex addiction – also known as hyper-sexuality – is now recognized by the American Psychiatric Association handbook as a clinical diagnosis. New York City Sex Addicts Anonymous holds weekly meetings for those who seek recovery from their own sexual addiction where there are also meetings tailored to Spanish speakers.
Rebecca Barker, a victim of sex addiction, tells The Sun UK that she had to see a psychiatrist to help cope with her sex addiction.
“When I mentioned my sex addiction she upped my anti-depressants but it didn’t stop me wanting sex, it just dimmed the physical sensations,” she said. “I left my partner in 2014 and had a couple of rebound relationships based on sex.”
Barker, who lost her virginity when she was 15 years old, said she demanded sex from her former partner five times a day, causing a strain in their relationship.

Dating Sites Fuel Sex Addiction

Another sex addiction victim, Andrew Goodall, said he used the dating website Plenty of Fish to hook up with several sexual partners.
“I have no idea how many people I have slept with, it’s well in the hundreds,” he said. “It’s only in the last couple of years I’ve started keeping count. This year it’s been about 20 so far.”
He has one kid and has gotten a vasectomy to keep from having any more unplanned pregnancies.

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