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Do We Live in a Porn Nation?

Michael Leahy, recovering porn addict, says “yes.”


At a presentation titled “Porn Nation,” Leahy spoke last night at Eisenhower Auditorium about living in a hypersexual culture.


He explained that pornography teaches men to expect  dominance in sexual relationships. According to porn, women must be sexy, submissive, and ready to satisfy men at all times.


This warped version of reality subsumes the minds of porn-watchers, whether they realize it or not. Men enter relationships expecting sex-on-demand. And if they don’t get it, Leahy says they watch more porn, and the cycle continues until women become mere pleasure machines to the porn enthusiast.

After watching porn for decades, Leahy watched his marriage and career crumble. He overcame his sexual obsessions through Christianity and now professionally speaks out against pornography. He created the awareness group Brave Hearts and regularly debates porn advocates such as the infamous Ron Jeremy.

Michael Leahy called the brain the most powerful sex organ in the body. For all you porn-watchers, consider how pornography affects your perception of reality. Leahy thinks such a consideration could save your next relationship.

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