5 ways to escape porn in 2017
The number of people in the United States who use the internet to watch porn has nearly doubled in the past two years, according to data released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
More than 12.7 million Americans between the ages of 18 and 49 were active in a porn-watching channel, up from 9.7 in 2016.
Meanwhile, people between the age of 15 and 49 used the internet more than anyone else in the country, according the CDC.
That number includes those who accessed the internet for fun, such as those who wanted to watch adult videos and those who liked to watch pornography.
“We are now seeing more and more people turning to the internet and accessing the internet in ways they have never before done before,” said Dr. David M. Brown, a senior research scientist with the CDC’s Center for Internet and Society.
In a new study, Brown and his colleagues found that online video was the fastest-growing form of video content, accounting for about 8.6 percent of all video content posted on the internet.
The researchers also analyzed data from the National Center for Health Statistics, which tracks health-related topics.
The survey found that in 2016, people watched porn in more ways than ever before, but also that the trend was more pronounced among men.
“The more we are seeing this change among men, the more we have to do to educate people that this is not okay,” Brown said.
“There are also significant barriers that women face when they’re viewing porn online, including a lack of online anonymity, lack of access to safe spaces, and even the threat of physical violence.”
Brown’s team conducted a series of experiments with participants to better understand how the internet affects porn use.
Participants were randomly assigned to either watch porn while at home or watch online while in a meeting room.
The video was then played at the same time in both settings, with each participant viewing it for 30 minutes.
Participants also received information about how porn has changed their lives in the US over the past decade.
The first experiment examined how pornography viewing affects relationships between men and women, and how it impacts men’s and women’s sexual health.
The second experiment explored how porn affects relationships among people of different genders.
The results showed that while pornography viewing was associated with increased rates of physical aggression, physical violence was not significantly linked to pornography viewing, nor were sexual violence and partner abuse.
Brown’s group is now planning further research on how internet use influences sexual health and relationships.