Why is porn still a taboo subject?

Porn is instantly accessible to anyone with a smart phone.

Porn education is never taught anywhere.

70% of men admit to watching porn.

Porn cannot even appear on the drop down list on Google searches.

Porn contributes to rape culture, depression, breaks up relationships, gives false impressions of sex, destroys relationships, and distorts men’s views of women.

The average porn star lives to age 37 because of drug overdoses, suicide, STDs, or murders.

It is currently not considered normal to talk about porn in a daily conversation, such as it used to be with sex 30 years ago.

I’m not saying people should go around saying, “Dude, I saw the best porn.” But people should be educated about the harmful effects of porn. You can’t even say the word porn now in a conversation, but you can say absolutely everything else relating to sex.

Why is porn never spoken about in American society, yet we see boobs, nudity, and strong suggestive language absolutely everywhere?

You tell me.

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