Don’t let a pornography boom disrupt human attachment
pornography, human attachment
A keystroke; some clicks; maybe a scroll or a swipe.
These days, it doesn’t take much effort to find a kaleidoscopic array of ever-more shocking pornographic material online. And, during the recent months of social isolation, plenty of people did just that. Web traffic at major pornography websites soared. Profits, according to at least one estimate, almost doubled.
Original Publication Citation
Butler, M. H., Boyd, H. R., & Cash, K. (2020, September 18). Don’t let a pornography boom disrupt human attachment. Deseret News [online]. Retrieved from https://www.deseret.com/opinion/2020/9/18/21440005/guest-opinion-pornography-boom-human-attachment-isolation-covid-19-pandemic
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Butler, Mark; Boyd, Hal; and Cash, Kailyn, "Don’t let a pornography boom disrupt human attachment" (2020). Faculty Publications. 4433.
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