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New Book Review of the Porn Myth

Pornography is a real problem in today’s world; but it’s so prevalent that it seems almost hopeless to resist. What do you, as a Catholic in today’s self-destructive, perversion-praising atmosphere, do?

Pete Socks from the Catholic Book Blogger has a review of Matt Fradd’s new book, The Porn Myth.

Society today is facing one of the worst epidemics it has faced in a long time. It can be referred to as a pandemic, an epidemic that has spread through human populations and continents. It knows no borders and its victims are not limited to any age, gender, race or culture. The problem I am talking about is porn addiction. Matt Fradd tackles this topic and overturns the various justifications society has made for porn use in his latest book The Porn Myth: Exposing the Reality Behind the Fantasy of Pornography.

Porn has slowly and stealthily worked its way into our culture today. What was once considered risqué as early as the 1950s is now considered acceptable to show during sports commercials. We have been geared to accept soft porn, and once people find themselves in the clutches of pornography addiction they are exposed to cruder forms of “entertainment.”

 

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Porn Myth

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