The Sexual Abuse Industry - the Porn Merchants - set you up!
Why should you feel ashamed of being intentionally and maliciously set up without your knowledge?
Don't wear the shame. Don't wear the blame.
We don't blame people for doing things that they didn't know they were harmful and for not realising that they were programmed unconsciously to do.
Even the Creator 'winks' at selfish behaviour that is done in ignorance.
Acts 17:30 "In the past God overlooked such ignorance, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent."
The Brain's Response to Porn
Dr Donald Hilton, neurosurgeon, was interviewed by Kristen Jenson, the founder of Defend Young Minds, also the author of the Good Pictures Bad Pictures series of read-aloud books, and the Executive Producer of the Brain Defense: Digital Safety curriculum. In the interview, Dr Hilton explains how the brain is effected by viewing porn. Both animals and human beings can be manipulated through stimuli to become sexually aroused to things that ordinarly would be repulsive, disgusting and repugnant to the target. This is how the Porn Merchants of the Sexual Abuse Industry use porn images to anchor sexual arousal to violence and degradation that is perpetuated on women, gays, children and animals.
When we realise that a certain behaviour is not normal, natural or healthy, and that it is in fact, harmful to others and to ourselves, we do have a responsibility to stop the selfish behaviour.
Stopping selfish behaviour that has become a compulsion, can be hard IF you don't understand how the compulsion/addiction was formed. Learning the truth truly does set you free from the chains of compulsion. Freedom begins with recognising the lies that you were taught growing up as a member of pornified society.
Those people wanting to be free are now able to 'unlearn' the lies with which porn has educated society. It can be impossible only if you don't learn the truth or if you don't have a desire to be free.
We can understand how the brain was manipulated to anchor sexuality onto to disgusting, repulsive and repugnant stimuli and we can be free of the compulsion.
But it's not impossible to break the anchor or sexual addiciton. We just need to understand the truth and to put all the pieces together. When you do put all the pieces together, and understand the intentional manipulation inflicted upon society, it might well be horrifying, especially when you realise how pornified our society has become - how it has normalised sexual abuse.
How can we be so blind to the horror of what the Porn Merchants are doing to our concept of normal sex?
If you have developed fetishes or if you think you are a 'sexual deviate' or a 'sex addict' etc please know that there is help. If you feel that your sexuality has been hijacked to respond to abnormal stimuli please know that these situations can again become repugnant to you. We can state this confidently as we have seen the results in many people who were 'addicted' for decades but who now are free in body and mind from the clutches and 'temptations' of porn.
Natural and normal curiosity about sex is perverted by the Porn Merchants and used to manipulate children and young people. While curiosity is normal in childhood, participation is sexual acitivities is not appropriate for children. By stealthily introducing children to porn images, the Porn Merchants groom the children to become future customers and addicts. Children are tempted to explore their sexuality far too early for their emotional and mental maturity and as they become youth, they tend to become hypersexualised and wander outside of the protective boundaries of a safe relationship. A safe environment is an age appropriate loving, caring, exclusive relationship that has been nurtured and protected by love.
Sexual acts involve becoming vulnerable to another person.
When a person subjects themselves to a 'hook-up' sexual experience, they are extremely vulnerable. Prostitutes used hook-up encounters and are often insulted, mistreated, beaten and even murdered. Casual sex is not 'a great time with no ties." Even words can hurt and injure a person badly.
The irony is obvious - why take the risk of making yourself extremely vulnerable in a situation where you are extremely unsafe? We need to protect ourselves. High adrenaline levels are not an indicator of sexual excitement, but of danger. We don't need high adrenaline levels to have satisfying sexual experiences; we need adrenaline to respond to fearful and potentially dangerous situations.
Adrenalised, hypersexualised sexual encounters do not make for a mentally, emotionally relaxing or invigorating physical experience. It's a Clayton's -type of being vulnerable. You take all the risks, but don't get to taste the real reward of a bonded, emotionally safe, loving sexual experience.
Porn leads society to think selfishly. If it feels good (physically) just do it. Don't stop to think about the repercussions. Wanting to use another person's body for your own gratification is screamed to be 'normal' and 'natural' and 'just a high libido.' Using another person's body to masturbate yourself, is actually a selfish act.
It's sexual abuse. Don't sexually abuse yourself by letting the Porn Merchants hijack your sexual identity.
Those who struggle with addictions, including sexual addictions, do not need to have self-shame or self-blame. They don't need to acknowledge a religous-churchified God or 'Higher Power' but we very much propose that all humans need to acknowledge the principle of LOVE.
If you are a Christian, you might like to see that this same principle is reflected in the words of Paul the apostle who said: Romans 7:18-24 "I know that nothing good lives in me, that is, in my flesh; for I have the desire to do what is good, but I cannot carry it out. 19For I do not do the good I want to do. Instead, I keep on doing the evil I do not want to do. 20And if I do what I do not want, it is no longer I who do it, but it is sin living in me that does it. 21So this is the principle I have discovered: When I want to do good, evil is right there with me. 22For in my inner being I delight in God’s law. 23But I see another law at work in my body, warring against the law of my mind and holding me captive to the law of sin that dwells within me.b24What a wretched man I am! Who will rescue me from this body of death? 25Thanks be to God, through Jesus Christ our Lord! So then, with my mind I serve the law of God, but with my flesh I serve the law of sin."