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Scruton, who wrote: "Once they [men] have been led by their porn addiction to see sex in the instrumentalized way that pornography encourages, they begin to lose confidence in their ability to enjoy sex in any other way than through fantasyc And then the fear of desire arises, and from that fear the fear of love" (p.38).
Porn consumption and addiction desensitizes its viewers. Despite recent efforts to make it more and more difficult to prosecute purveyors of obscenity and pornography (a recent trend contrary to prior efforts to do so), the signatories of this report note: "It remains sound First Amendment doctrine that truly obscene material is not protected by the Constitution, and that even legally protected materials can be regulated as to the time, place, and manner of their distribution and use" and that "courts could reverse their precedents if faced with cases that force them to confront the emerging evidence about pornography consumption and its effects" (pp. Although the signatories were not unanimous in their recommendations, they regarded the following as "guidelines" for the kinds of initiatives needed to reduce the current harms caused by consumption of pornography, particularly via the internet.
The booklet summarizes a consultation of 54 scholars held in Princeton, N. in December 2008 sponsored by the Witherspoon Institute and co-sponsored by the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. There are psychic costs, increased likelihood of divorce and family break-up.