13-year old porn star on Oprah show and more

  I have read several posts about a young boy who was recently on Oprah, who was coaxed into online pornography at the age of 13.  This kind of disturbing story seems to be happening more and more these days.  Even the show CSI: Special Victim’s Unit did an episode on a similar story.  Unfortunately, though, TV is fiction and the story had a typical “happy ending.”

   It has been conceived that any type of contact with pornography at a young age, whether participating in the creation of it or just simply viewing it could increase the rate of sexual deviance later on in life, particulary rape.  Now I’m sure that every child that simply views pornography at an early age (under the age of 14) will not grow up to be a sexual deviant or a rapist, rapist being the most extreme of course.  I think that viewing of pornography at an earlier age would definitely desensitize a person for later on in life, leading to more extreme sexual practices, perhaps by developing fetishes or practicing masochism/sadism for pleasure during sex. 

   I sort of assume that this is relative to certain customs and traditions of a particular group of people.  For instance, some cultures marry by the age of 12 or 13.  Would these “children” be at risk for sexual deviance, being involved with sex at such an early age?  Even in the United States children are having sex younger and younger.  It is not uncommon to hear about 13-year-old girls getting pregnant.  And although being married and practicing sex within a marriage with young couples (12 and 13 year-olds) may be a bit different than being involved or forced into making pornography, it is still involving “children” with sex.  Getting married at the age of 13 does not instantly make a child and adult, no matter what a culture believes, but that is just my opinion. 

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