With the proliferation of smartphones and i-Pads, what was once a more isolated problem has exploded into a very common one: 68 percent of churchgoing men and 30 percent of women reported viewing porn on a regular basis in a five-year, national survey of churches. Even four years ago, the Huffington Post reported that porn sites were receiving more traffic than Amazon, Netflix and Twitter combined. Unfortunately, there’s no going back. Porn’s tentacles are everywhere,

affecting virtually every aspect of users’ lives. The way porn disconnects you from bonafide humans is one of the most little-known effects of frequent porn viewing and, arguably, the most damaging. According to a PLOS ONE study, 58 percent of subjects with compulsive sexual behavior experience intimacy issues with a real partner. They did not experience these same issues when viewing porn, however. READ MORE