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pornographic content and women in the videos typically responded neutrally or pleased by the aggression. Davis, J. A. 1992. “Changeable Weather in a Cooling Climate Atop the Liberal Plateau - Conversion and Replacement in 42 General Social Survey Items, 1972- 1989.” Public Opinion Quarterly 56(3): 261–306. doi:10.1086/269322.?a_aid=2407ec78&a_bid=c28f910b&data1=General+Social+Surveys%5C%2C+1972-1994%3A+Cumulative+Codebook&data2=20-16-15976256209799912&chan=z2_08This article discusses the overall growth of acceptance towards viewing pornography, sexuality and gender, and free speech in society. This permissive attitude has increased as an overall trend. Studies are explored specifically around censorship of pornography, and
19censorship being categorized as a part of free speech, although a lot of adults were found to support complete bans of pornography, specifically those part of religious or older female groups. Doran, K., and Price, J. (2014). Pornography and marriage. Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 35(4), 489-498.This article reviews a study of 20,000 married adults who have watched X-rated movies within the past year. Research on the study found that these individuals were more likely to be divorced, have an extramarital affair, and less likely to be happy in life or their marriage overall. Additionally, the study found that those men viewing pornography were also experiencing less positive feelings of happiness and sexual encounters. Edelman, Benjamin. 2009. “Red Light States: Who Buys Online Adult Entertainment?” The Journal of Economic Perspectives 23 (1): 209–20. doi:10.1257/089533009797614117.This article reviews the study of the adult online entertainment industry and the public’s consumption of pornography. Patterns and demographics of individuals viewing pornography arespecifically studied. The easy access, lack of regulation, and free content are all legal issues that have arose as technology has advanced over the decades. Religious conviction and its impact on pornography consumption is also reviewed in this article. Ferree, M. 2003. Women and the web: Cybersex activity and implications. Sexual and Relationship Therapy18:385-93.
20This article specifically addresses women in relation to cybersex activities, a topic women are often omitted from in discussions. Because of this, women are often left with no clinical resources when at risk of internet sexual expression concerns. In addition, women’s use of the internet in regards to sexuality is compared to those of men is also discussed in this article.Gola, M., Wordecha, M., Sescousse, G., Lew-Starowicz, M., Kossowski, B., Wypych, M., Makeig, S., Potenza, M. N., and Marchewka, A. (2017). Can pornography be addictive? An fMRI study of men seeking treatment for problematic pornography use.