The Porn Factor

The Path from Playboy to Sex Offender Is Well Traveled

In December 1953, Playboy magazine was launched and immediately began normalizing a new world order of autoerotic sexual fantasy. Hugh Hefner (until reading Kinsey in college, a virgin like most single young men) pledged that his "romantic" magazine would turn his "Playboy men" into skillful lovers, readying them for lifelong marriage. Yet his monthly magazine ridiculed virginity and marriage while glamorizing adultery and rape and showing consumers ways to trick women and children into illicit sex.

By 1969, millions of Playboy users, struggling with their unexpected, porn-induced "diminished arousal response," began eagerly...

 
This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #26, fall 2013 Copyright © 2020 Salvo | www.salvomag.com https://salvomag.com/article/salvo26/the-porn-factor

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