Study Finds “All Men Watch Porn,” “Men Start at 10”

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A study seeking to investigate differences in men who watch pornography and those who do not soon had to change its research objectives after it failed to find any men who did not have such experience.

Professor Simon Louis Lajeunesse of the University of Montreal apparently thought he would be able to find participants who had no experience of pornography:

“We started our research seeking men in their 20s who had never consumed pornography. We couldn’t find any.”

Giving up on his original plan, the professor instead opted to interview 20 heterosexual male students about their experiences with pornography.

The average age they first watched pornography was 10.

90% of their pornography came from the Internet, with “single” men watching an average of 40 minutes of pornography three times a week, whilst men in relationships only viewed 20 minutes 1.7 times a week.

The professor asserts that pornography has no negative effect on male sexuality, based on his sample claiming in interviews that they had nothing to do with pornography they found offensive or distasteful.

His 20 told him they were normal:

“Not one subject had a pathological sexuality. In fact, all of their sexual practices were quite conventional.”

Of course, any supposed scientist drawing conclusions from an unrepresentative sample of but 20 interviewed face-to-face over an embarrassing topic is probably not worth taking seriously no matter what his conclusions might be…

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