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 Pornography viewing and sexual offense are inextricably linked. Pornography viewing and sexual offense are inextricably linked.
  
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 A study of sex offenders and non-offenders revealed significant differences in [[effects_of_pornography_on_adolescents|adolescent pornography]] use as well as current use. Significant proportions of different types of [[pornography_objectifies_women|rapists and molesters]] had used hard-core pornography ​ during their adolescence:​ 33 percent of heterosexual child molesters, 39 percent of homosexual child molesters, and 33 percent of rapists. The[[effects_of_pornography| current use]] of hard core pornography was even greater for these groups: 67 percent of heterosexual child molesters, 67 percent of homosexual child molesters, and 83 percent of rapists, contrasted with 29 percent of non-offending pornography viewers. About a third of the sex offenders reported using pornography as a deliberate stimulus to commit their sexual offenses.((W.L. Marshall, “The Use of Sexually Explicit Stimuli by Rapists, Child Molesters, and Nonoffenders,​” //The Journal of Sex Research// 25, (1988): 267-288, 279.)) A study of sex offenders and non-offenders revealed significant differences in [[effects_of_pornography_on_adolescents|adolescent pornography]] use as well as current use. Significant proportions of different types of [[pornography_objectifies_women|rapists and molesters]] had used hard-core pornography ​ during their adolescence:​ 33 percent of heterosexual child molesters, 39 percent of homosexual child molesters, and 33 percent of rapists. The[[effects_of_pornography| current use]] of hard core pornography was even greater for these groups: 67 percent of heterosexual child molesters, 67 percent of homosexual child molesters, and 83 percent of rapists, contrasted with 29 percent of non-offending pornography viewers. About a third of the sex offenders reported using pornography as a deliberate stimulus to commit their sexual offenses.((W.L. Marshall, “The Use of Sexually Explicit Stimuli by Rapists, Child Molesters, and Nonoffenders,​” //The Journal of Sex Research// 25, (1988): 267-288, 279.))
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-This entry draws heavily from [[http://microsite.frc.org/get.cfm?​i=RS09K01|The Effects of Pornography on Individuals,​ Marriage, Family and Community]].))+This entry draws heavily from [[http://marri.us/​research/​research-papers/​the-effects-of-pornography-on-individuals-marriage-family-and-community/|The Effects of Pornography on Individuals,​ Marriage, Family and Community]].))