A survey of 2000 UK workers showed 1/5 had accessed porn on a personal device that was used for work, putting the company’s computer systems at risk of malware attacks.
As provided by Google’s Double Click Ad Planner, quoted by Extreme Tech.
4-9-12Disturbing “new” trend: teens having group sex.
BBC News, March 31, 2015From a survey of more than 4400 men in South Africa:67% view porn, and 27% masturbate several times a week (since masturbation usually accompanies porn use, the latter number could mean fewer men are willing to talk about self-sex than pornography.) New24.com, South Africa, March 19, 201587% said that their partner’s online cheating (by porn or other means on the internet) had a negative affect on their relationship.
41% called their partner’s online cheating significant, while 35% said it caused an end to the relationship.
20% of porn addicts prefer porn to sex with their wives.
30% admit their performance at work suffers because of porn.
SC Magazine, December 10, 201475% of Danish men and 1/3 of Danish women watch porn according to a 2014 survey by the women’s magazine Q.
Masturbating, “sexual inspiration”, and killing time were the reasons given to use pornography.
The Daily Beast, October 11, 2014Christians who support gay marriage are seven times more likely to approve of pornography, six times more likely to approve of promiscuity, and five times as likely to approve of adultery as compared to those who don’t.
The Global Dispatch, August 14, 2014A survey of 3000 UK families found that children as young as age two had been exposed to pornography, and the average age of first exposure was four.
19% said their children got on the internet at age 2, 38% said their kids were 3 or older.