Pornography seeps out of one's room (1)
A little (or much) of it every day, pornography becomes an addiction, and this happens especially when one starts thinking pornography does no harm. Here I am not referring to children but to adults, to those who think they are free to do what they want in their room.
Ironically, they do not even derive any pleasure from it because pornography leaves them literally drained. It drains their energy and bank accounts. As soon as they turn away from the screen, they feel worse. Pornography unconsciously turns them into slaves. It is a very serious problem indeed.
Marriages are destroyed as husbands are unfaithful to their wives online. Jobs are lost and careers ended as people use their employer's computers to view pornography. Addiction to pornography even leads some people to depression and suicide. We have voluntary organisations for people addicted to alcohol and drugs. We also need an organisation for people addicted to pornography.
All of us have a part to play in finding a solution for the problem, especially when a victim is related to us. Our members of Parliament should face pornography boldly and fight it with all their might.