Christians turn to artificial intelligence to stop porn use
A recent report by the Washington-based National Center on Sexual Exploitation cited a study of university students that found that 93% of boys and 62% of girls were exposed to online pornography during their adolescence.
Another study showed that among college-going men, nearly half were exposed to pornography as early as 13 years of age. A majority, or about 61 percent, of those accessing salacious material did so using their smartphones, the center said.
"It used to be that if you wanted to access porn you had to go to a seedy movie theater or go in a trenchcoat and buy from a seedy store," Perry told CQ Roll Call. But the accessibility and anonymity of the internet has dramatically increased access to pornography and brought new fears to the devout, he said....
We are trembling on the brink of an all out pornographic society. Being an older person, it is difficult to even be with general society and I have to close my eyes because of the way people dress (and cross dress) nowadays.
What does the Lord want from us? Yoga pants? No, that opposes him. That is rebellion against his word. You know his word. I do not need to quote it.
You do not have to access pornography on the internet. It is here right before our eyes.