The impact of pornography on the new generations is far-reaching.

The Telegraph is being curiously frank about the consequences of porn use in teenagers, especially on girls.

A GP, let’s call her Sue, said: “I’m afraid things are much worse than people suspect.” In recent years, Sue had treated growing numbers of teenage girls with internal injuries caused by frequent anal sex; not, as Sue found out, because she wanted to, or because she enjoyed it – on the contrary – but because a boy expected her to. “I’ll spare you the gruesome details,” said Sue, “but these girls are very young and slight and their bodies are simply not designed for that.”

Her patients were deeply ashamed at presenting with such injuries. They had lied to their mums about it and felt they couldn’t confide in anyone else, which only added to their distress. When Sue questioned them further, they said they were humiliated by the experience, but they had simply not felt they could say no. Anal sex was standard among teenagers now, even though the girls knew that it hurt…

The harm, of course, is not just physical. A study this week revealed that the number of schoolgirls at risk of emotional problems has risen sharply. Scientists for the Journal of Adolescent Health were surprised to see a 7 per cent spike in only five years among girls aged 11 to 13 reporting emotional issues. Boys remained fairly stable while girls faced “unique pressures”. Researchers said the causes could include the drive to achieve an unrealistic body shape, perpetuated by social media and an increasing sexualisation of young women.

4 thoughts on “The impact of pornography on the new generations is far-reaching.

  1. Independent Radical January 10, 2016 at 02:10 Reply

    I actually think the article is being a little capitulating”

    “…these girls are very young and slight and their bodies are simply not designed for it.”

    There is no such thing as a body designed to withstand brutual aggression. The whole point of aggression is to cause harm. Once these women are older, the men will simply pound harder. Many teenage woman have already gone through puberty meaning that their bodies are probably already at their physical peak and even if they are not, we should not be encouraging to men to wait until they are at that peak so they can wreck them “safely”. I wish someone would just come out and say that oral and anal sex are horrific no matter what sort of females you do them to and whether they consent. In culture where such sex acts are the norm, many women will consent unquestioningly, just like they consent to leg hair removal. Our culture really is sick.

  2. callicoma January 11, 2016 at 09:56 Reply

    This was a cool post. Nobody speaks about this problem. The prevalance of porn kills all beauty in sexuality. It just makes it a boring commodity, and everything most people wouldn’t even think about otherwise, is just expected. The GP’s experiences mentioned in the post are horrible. That’s why it’s better not to have kids, if I was the mother of these girls I would want to beat the shit out of the boyfriend. And that would be illegal. Ruining young girls’ health is not. Just one generation before kids at this age didn’t even know what is anal sex. Neither the boys nor the girls. Now thanks to porn they know everything before their first kiss. It’s strange that the world is seemingly kid-centric, but in the most important cases they don’t count at all.

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