Porn's foothold was secured when it was welcomed into society under the guise of science.
Alfred Kinsey challenged the status quo of sexual interaction in western society when he published his book Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948). He stated that "Emotionally unattached and unbonded (unmarried) sexuality was not only acceptable but was a universal human right."
According to Dr Donald Hilton, the publishing of that book was in effect, "a seminal event in the current cultural emasculation of the male." (Dr Donald Hilton, Masculinity and the Real Man: The Clash of Biology and Culture, 13 Nov, 2010).
Kinsey's work masqueraded as science and is still the basis of sexologists training and sex education in the western world. Kinsey's supposed scientific research was produced from well documented cases which included observed deliberate child abuse of male children aged from 2 months old to 14 years of age. The sexual abuse was conducted by and documented by pedophiles armed with a stop watch in order to time 'multiple orgasms' and encouraged by Alfred Kinsey. Jack Sonnemann at the 2016 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit in Houston, Texas USA) reported that Kinsey referred to the pedophiles as "technically trained men in oral and manual techniques on the children. Sexually torturing little children and calling it science - and we are basing our sex education material on that pedophile activity. It's the wrong thing to do." Prisoners, prostitutes and homosexuals were overly represented in his supposed research as has been reported by Dr Judith Reisman PhD. Kinsey's conclusions were not at all representative of male sexuality. Kinsey's conclusions from his contrived so-called scientific research caused havoc in a well functioning society and upset the prevailing mutually respectful attitudes and behaviours between men and women. Porn walked in and was received under the guise of males who were entitled to their sexual liberation and their universal human right.
The marriage vow that for centuries read 'keep myself only unto thee' was under attack. Now phrases such as 'you can look but you can't touch' came into use out of necessity. Women didn't know how to fight in defence of their dignity and of their marriages. If they objected to their husband's questionable fidelity, they were quickily closed down with accusations of 'you're just jealous' or 'you're frigid' or 'men have higher sex drives than women' as justification for having other sexual outlets. Because the infidelity was based on so-called science, the women were weaponless in their fight against porn. The more porn invaded the family and society, the more disrespect men held for women and soon began the anti-women 'jokes' that revealed the growing contempt of men against women.
Dr Donald Hilton presents maleness and manhood and compares the morphology of what constitutes 'a real man' throughout different cultures. Pornography has influenced maleness and Dr Hilton describes the insidious effects on men in a pornified culture.
"Yet in the very act of debasing a female, the male is debasing himself. As he destroys the beauty, mystery and majesty of her feminity through the hate-sex inherent in porn, he destroys his own masculinity. True biologic masculinity and femininity are complimentary not destructive. The mark of the true man is not to be cruel to a woman but to love her. The masculine will be inspired by, be bettered by the female, not coarsened."
Dr Donald Hilton - Masculinity and the Real Man: The Clash of Biology and Culture (25 minutes into the above video)