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  • The young women addicted to porn

    first_imgDaily Mail 9 June 2017Family First Comment: Disturbing research…“Professor Dines, author of Pornland, says: ‘If girls watch it from a young age, their whole concept of what constitutes a normal sexual relationship shifts. It grooms girls into accepting male sexual mistreatment as normal. “The result is that women don’t become more sexual or liberated. They get more open to porn sex in which they don’t get any pleasure in return. It becomes all about pleasing the man. For girls and young women, this can create an emotional hangover. There are fewer relationships, and more “hook-up sex” leaving them more prone to anxiety and depression.’ “ it seems women experience the same pattern of exposure and addiction to hard-core images as men, according to Gary Wilson, author of Your Brain On Porn. ‘The key thing is that both male and female reward systems can be activated by porn.‘Since sexual arousal releases the highest levels of (feel-good chemicals) dopamine and opioids — the potential for sexual conditioning, or even porn addiction, is possible for both sexes.’ And it’s increasingly being recognised that women may have a higher risk than men of addiction.This is because, as women who have shared their experiences with Wilson have pointed out, they don’t need as long a recovery period after climaxing as men. As a result, women have reported going on ‘porn binges’.But while some therapists hear young women say the violence of porn makes them too afraid to have sex, others like Emma found the constant exposure made her feel highly sexed.‘I had lost my virginity to a boyfriend before university but after I started watching a lot more porn it was all about hook-up sex and one-night stands. Sex became like starring in my own porn film in my mind and I thought I knew exactly what to do.’However, what at first seemed liberating, started to feel soulless, says Emma. ‘The men loved that I was up for all the things they’d seen too. For me, after a year or so, the novelty wore off.‘I realised that here I was, an educated young woman, volunteering to behave for free like porn stars who were paid, or forced, to pretend they were enjoying it.’Indeed, the main difference in the way men and women use porn seems to be how women feel afterwards.According to social worker and church pastor Karin Cooke, who has spoken to young women like Emma for her book, Dangerous Honesty: Stories Of Women Who Have Escaped The Destructive Power Of Pornography, many feel desperate because they think they are struggling with porn alone.Sociology professor Gail Dines, of Boston’s Wheelock College, says that the more porn girls watch, the more coercion becomes a feature of their relationships. Professor Dines, author of Pornland, says: ‘If girls watch it from a young age, their whole concept of what constitutes a normal sexual relationship shifts. It grooms girls into accepting male sexual mistreatment as normal.“The result is that women don’t become more sexual or liberated. They get more open to porn sex in which they don’t get any pleasure in return. It becomes all about pleasing the man.For girls and young women, this can create an emotional hangover. There are fewer relationships, and more “hook-up sex” leaving them more prone to anxiety and depression.’ Indeed, according to one NSPCC survey, led by researchers at the Universities of Bristol and Central Lancashire, as many as 40 per cent of 13 to 17-year-old girls in England said they’ve felt pressured into a sexual activity.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-4582216/The-young-women-addicted-porn.htmlKeep up with family issues in NZ. Receive our weekly emails direct to your Inbox.last_img read more

  • PDEA-6 incinerates P8.8-M illegal drugs

    first_imgMost of the illegal drugs confiscatedin PDEA antidrug operations were shabu, said Tablate, and this explained whyshabu made up the bulk of those incinerate. On the other hand, the expiredmedicines were surrendered by pharmaceutical companies and hospitals. A personnel of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency – Region 6 prepares these boxes of illegal drugs for incineration. Confiscated between 2016 and 2018, these had been presented as evidence in drug related court cases and of no more use. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN ILOILO City – Confiscated illegaldrugs and expired medicines valued at P8.8 million were destroyed throughthermal incineration at the crematorium of a funeral parlor yesterday inBarangay Balabago, Jaro district. He, however, stressed, “Wala naman tayong issue sa recycling of illegal drugs dito.” “Taposna ang mga kaso. Dapat nating i-destroy na ang mga ito para hindi na magamit o ma-recycle,” said Tablate. “We will be utilizing 10 K-9 dogsaside from partnering with the police,” said Tablate. “K-9” (a homophone of“canine”) are dogs trained to assist law enforcers detect contrabands such asillegal drugs and explosives. Tablate expressed concern that demandfor illegal drugs, particularly party drugs, could rise this holiday season andnext month when Iloilo City stages the Dinagyang Festival. The burned marijuana included driedleaves and seeds. Some of them were from uprooted fully-grown marijuana plants,said Tablate. Of particular concern to the PDEA arethe seaports where drug traffickers are known to slip their stocks. The illegal drugs were confiscatedbetween 2016 and 2018 and had been presented as evidence by PDEA indrug-related court cases. The destruction was attended by PoliceRegional Office 6’s (PRO-6) Police Colonel Marlon Tayaba, chief of theDirectorial Staff; Police Colonel Harold Tuzon, deputy director for operations;representatives from the PRO-6 crime laboratory, Dangerous Drugs Board,Department of Justice, Iloilo Prosecutor’s Office, nongovernment organizations,local officials and media. Party drugs, also called club drugs orrave drugs, are recreational drugs that have stimulating properties. Regularuse can lead to the user craving more of the drug, resulting to addiction. Destroying seized illegal drugsthrough incineration was a protocol instituted by the Dangerous Drugs Board inRegulation No. 1, Series of 2002 and by Section 21 of Republic Act 9165,otherwise known as the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002, according toPhilippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) Region 6 director Alex Tablate. The illegal drugs were methamphetaminehydrochloride or shabu worth P7,180,228.33 and marijuana worth P659.944. Theexpired medicines were valued at P1,590,568.52. “We need to double our efforts inmonitoring the entry of illegal drugs. We expect a high demand for them thisChristmas season when most people have money,” said Tablate./PNlast_img read more

  • St. Louis vs. St Nicholas Girls Basketball Results

    first_imgThe St. Louis 5th grade girls came out strong against St. Nicholas bringing home a victory, 28-0.  The team played solid all four quarters.Grace Eckstein led the team with 10 points and Grace Laudick finished with 6.  Every player contributed to this victory and most added points to the scoreboard for the Cardinals.‘I was glad to see the team was working together better to move the ball around for opportunities to score!’  STL Coach Dee Ann Stahley.ST. Louis’ next game against St. Lawrence at home on Monday, Feb 3rd.The St. Louis girls sixth grade team traveled to St. Nichols on Wednesday. Although the girls were on the wrong end of the score again losing 30-7 there was much improvement over their last game.The team was lead by another solid effort of offense by Syndey Schutte. Also contributing to the offense was Grace Mack and GiGi Dreyer. Alexa Miles, Erin Batta, and Chloe Meadows help contribute to the offense with several nice assists and picks. The defense was lead by Mindy Eckstein, and Molly Wachsman. Molly was the team leader in rebounds.The girls continue to work hard and Coach Brad Dreyer is proud of all the girls the effort. The team will host St. Lawrence on Monday.last_img read more

  • Table tennis player of Mostar are the new champions of BiH

    first_imgTable tennis players of Mostar have won the title of BiH Champion after defeating table tennis club ‘Zenica’ with 4:0, they defeated table tennis club ‘Mladost’ with 4:1 in the second match of the finals.This is the second trophy for table tennis club ‘Mostar’ because earlier this year they won BiH Cup.After the last match, medals and trophies were awarded to best table tennis players of BIH.(bljesak.info)last_img