The Dangers of Any Type of “Porn”

There’s real porn which we know is highly sexual in nature.

But then there’s also the new use of the word “porn” as it relates to new “norms” that have been established.

I find this very telling in our society.

A good example would be “hustle porn.”

Hustle porn is the reference to how if you’re not working 24/7 and basically destroying yourself then you’re not doing it right.

But here’s the issue.

The danger of real pornography is that it produces major misconceptions about things like sex and the treatment of both men and women.

Essentially porn reshapes people’s perceptions of things like how men should treat women, how women should look, how sexual acts should be conducted, etc etc.

People who get hooked on this stuff will create a false narrative in their heads that when left to its own devices can lead to a very dangerous path in life.

Think about this for a second.

Now we’re using the word “porn” when it comes to work.  Do you realize how dangerous this is?

Influential figures are taking the premise of pornography and putting crazy narratives in our heads that bleed out into reality.

Here’s my response.

Just like real porn can have an awful grip on people, so too can all other kinds of porn.

There are two solutions to this.

A. Cut it off completely or B. “use it in moderation.”

If you can’t control it in moderation, don’t even give it a chance to pervade your brain.

Be careful with “porn.” And I’m not just talking about Debbie Does Dallas porn.

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