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      CommentAuthorAyaHu
    • CommentTimeApr 30th 2009
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    Thank you wikipedia.Superhero!
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      CommentAuthorasdf
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2009
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    hey fuckers....not watching porn is the gayest thing i've ever heard....and anime in a lot of cases is badass just cuz you saw some shit and now you a expert(at being a fag)you can't group up a art form that is so broad  
    cuz there is alot of sic shit
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      CommentAuthorAyaHu
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2009
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    What?Superhero!
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      CommentAuthorSasquatch
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2009
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    He has the swine flu.
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      CommentAuthorAyaHu
    • CommentTimeMay 1st 2009
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    *weeps for him*Superhero!
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      CommentAuthorworm
    • CommentTimeMay 2nd 2009
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    Looks like a bad case of not signing out.i am a worm.
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    obama: Sexual addiction refers to a phenomenon in which individuals report being unable to manage their sexual behavior. It has also been called "hypersexuality," "sexual dependency," and "sexual compulsivity." The existence of the condition is not universally accepted by sexologists and its etiology, nature, and validity have been debated.  
     
    Proponents of the concept have offered varying descriptions, each according to their favored model of the putative phenomenon. Proponents of an addiction model of the phenomenon refer to it as "sexual addiction" and offer definitions based on substance addictions; proponents of lack-of-control models refer to it as "sexual compulsivity" and offer definitions based on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); etc. Skeptics believe that it is a myth that the phenomenon exists as a disease or disorder at all and is instead a by-product of cultural and other influences.
     
     
    I would have to somewhat agree to the fact that pornography has been influenced by society in general. However, it cannot really justify it. View it if you wish, but pornography has ruined many relationships and marriages, some women being appalled by the fact that their boyfriend/husband prefers pictures of a piece of paper over them. It can affect your everyday thinking as well. Quitting has somewhat similar characteristics of withdrawal symptoms, so it can be an considered an addiction.  
     
    In fact, the way I see it, like an alcoholic trying to justify why he/she drinks, these researchers are trying to justify why they view pornography.Why is there an S in Lisp?
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      CommentAuthorAyaHu
    • CommentTimeMay 3rd 2009
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    That Guy in Duluth:
    obama: Sexual addiction refers to a phenomenon in which individuals report being unable to manage their sexual behavior. It has also been called "hypersexuality," "sexual dependency," and "sexual compulsivity." The existence of the condition is not universally accepted by sexologists and its etiology, nature, and validity have been debated.  
     
    Proponents of the concept have offered varying descriptions, each according to their favored model of the putative phenomenon. Proponents of an addiction model of the phenomenon refer to it as "sexual addiction" and offer definitions based on substance addictions; proponents of lack-of-control models refer to it as "sexual compulsivity" and offer definitions based on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); etc. Skeptics believe that it is a myth that the phenomenon exists as a disease or disorder at all and is instead a by-product of cultural and other influences.
     
     
    I would have to somewhat agree to the fact that pornography has been influenced by society in general. However, it cannot really justify it. View it if you wish, but pornography has ruined many relationships and marriages, some women being appalled by the fact that their boyfriend/husband prefers pictures of a piece of paper over them. It can affect your everyday thinking as well. Quitting has somewhat similar characteristics of withdrawal symptoms, so it can be an considered an addiction.  
     
    In fact, the way I see it, like an alcoholic trying to justify why he/she drinks, these researchers are trying to justify why they view pornography.
     
     
    Honestly, I'd be happy if my man was satiated by a picture, less work for me!  
    Addiction is addiction, addiction to alchohol, addiction to porn, addiction to cigarettes, soda, mnt dew, Arirang, so on. There is no such thing as 'alchoholism' or any justification of an addiction, just those who are easily addicted.Superhero!
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      CommentAuthorSasquatch
    • CommentTimeMay 4th 2009
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    That Guy in Duluth:
    obama: Sexual addiction refers to a phenomenon in which individuals report being unable to manage their sexual behavior. It has also been called "hypersexuality," "sexual dependency," and "sexual compulsivity." The existence of the condition is not universally accepted by sexologists and its etiology, nature, and validity have been debated.  
     
    Proponents of the concept have offered varying descriptions, each according to their favored model of the putative phenomenon. Proponents of an addiction model of the phenomenon refer to it as "sexual addiction" and offer definitions based on substance addictions; proponents of lack-of-control models refer to it as "sexual compulsivity" and offer definitions based on obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); etc. Skeptics believe that it is a myth that the phenomenon exists as a disease or disorder at all and is instead a by-product of cultural and other influences.
     
     
    I would have to somewhat agree to the fact that pornography has been influenced by society in general. However, it cannot really justify it. View it if you wish, but pornography has ruined many relationships and marriages, some women being appalled by the fact that their boyfriend/husband prefers pictures of a piece of paper over them. It can affect your everyday thinking as well. Quitting has somewhat similar characteristics of withdrawal symptoms, so it can be an considered an addiction.  
     
    In fact, the way I see it, like an alcoholic trying to justify why he/she drinks, these researchers are trying to justify why they view pornography.
     
     
    Heh heh, withdrawal from porn. Hilarious.
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    For some people, it is all they think about. Lack of self control. It's bad.  
     
    Quite possibly like the original poster.Why is there an S in Lisp?
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