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Science shows us why porn is highly addictive. Learn how our neurochemistry is easily hijacked by porn to create compulsive behaviors, and discover how the brain can be rewired to escape porn's allure.

There's an oft-quoted rule on the internet: “If it exists, there is porn of it.” Even if that's an exaggeration, there's no question that men and women have been consuming more sexually explicit content since the world went online. The latest Tweets from Science Porn (@ScienceofStuff). all things science. videos, jokes, memes etc. | *We don't own content posted.

Did you know that pornography constitutes approximately 25% of all search engine requests? Pornography websites rank among the top in the world, and since the internet's inception, few have paused to consider whether it's a normal, natural, or healthy indulgence.

You can pretty much find a scientist to back up any belief you have. So when it comes to porn use, the real question is about risk and quality of life.

Here are some startling statistics compiled from a variety of academic and popular sources. I am sure you have heard how much money porn makes, how much there is, etc. But, what many don't see as much is the impact porn is having on individuals and society.

This is a movement for love fueled by science and research, so let's look at the hard facts of what porn can do to individuals and their relationships. After all, love is the most important thing in the world right?

If we don't have it, we want it someday, and if we do have it, we want to always hold on to it. Sarah Knapton, Science Correspondent. 29 May 2014 • 2:30pm. Watching pornography may shrink the brain and dull responses to sexual stimulation, researchers have suggested. Scientists have found for the first time that regularly viewing sexual images could be physically harmful. A soon-to-launch academic journal will peer into corners of the Internet most people erase from their search histories.

"Porn Studies," set to debut next spring, will be dedicated to a critical exploration of "those cultural products and services designated as pornographic," according to The Guardian.

Is it making you impotent, increasing your sex drive - or actually doing nothing at all? People watch a lot of pornography — over 4 billion hours on PornHub alone last year.

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