October 21-22 || Pornography addiction affects young people’s mental health
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Protecting children from pornography is getting harder and harder in today’s increasingly sexualized and digital world. When young people become addicted to pornography, it changes their brain chemistry and hinders their ability to grow in healthy, normal ways. Viewing pornography can also blur boundaries for a young person, leaving him or her more vulnerable to sexual abuse. In fact, abusers often use pornography to desensitize their victims. For more information on the dangers of pornography and addiction, read the VIRTUS® article “Pornography Addiction and Neurobiology” at lacatholics.org/did-you-know.


Read the VIRTUS® article “Pornography Addiction and Neurobiology” here.


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