Porn types

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We already knew Google is judging us based on the porn we consume, but did you know there were three types of porn viewer? Citing a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine , indy has shared the three categories of porn viewer: recreational, sexually compulsive or distressed non-compulsive. You can probably work it out for yourself, but the good one is the first of the three. ShortList is now ad free and supported by you, the users. When you buy through the links on our site we may earn a commission.

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The good news is the largest group - three-quarters of viewers - watch it recreationally, without adverse effects. They average 24 minutes of porn-watching a week and are largely satisfied with their sex lives. The research, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine , isolated two other types of viewer however. The 'highly distressed non-compulsive' group makes up They don't watch much - about 17 minutes a week on average - but feel guilty about it afterwards, suffering "emotional distress" and feelings of "self-punishment".

The three types of porn viewers

There are three distinct types of people consuming pornography , a new study has revealed. These are recreational, distressed, and compulsive users. The first group make up the largest segment at three-quarters of total viewers, and watch for fun and without adverse effects. In their cluster analysis they saw quite interesting findings. The recreational group or 75 percent of respondents had 24 minutes of port viewing every week on average, as well as low scores on the porn-use questionnaire.
Pornography refers to material dealing with sex designed to arouse its readers or viewers. There are two types of pornography that receive no First Amendment protection — obscenity and child pornography. The First Amendment generally protects pornography that does not fall into one of these two categories — at least for adult viewers. Obscenity Obscenity remains one of the most controversial and confounding areas of First Amendment law.