Wed, Jun 16 | Online Workshop

Does Pornography Cause Social Harm?

Does Pornography Cause Social Harm?

Time & Location

Jun 16, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT
Online Workshop

About the Event

Many people believe that pornography promotes sexism, rape, divorce, erectile dysfunction, adolescent sexual irresponsibility, and so-called sex addiction. This presentation cites the sex research literature and other authoritative sources to demonstrate that none of this is true. Pornography causes only two things: self-pleasuring and sexual miseducation.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to critique misconceptions about pornography and explain its actual impact on society and sexuality.

Presenter Bio

Journalist Michael Castleman, M.A., author of Sizzling Sex for Life: How to Maximize Erotic Pleasure at Any Age (2021), has written about sexuality and sex research for 46 years. He has answered more than 12,000 sex questions for Playboy, other magazines, WebMD, and other sites. His previous sexuality guide, Great Sex: The Man’s Guide to Whole-Body Sensuality (Rodale, 2008), was nominated as Best Sexuality Book of the Year by the AASECT. He answers sex questions for FREE on the site he publishes, GreatSexGuidance.com.

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