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An article entitled ''New Survey of Porn use: Men and women watching in startling numbers'' declares:
{{Cquote|According to the research approximately 64 percent, or two thirds, of U.S. men admit to viewing porn at least monthly, with the number of Christian men nearly equaling the national average. When divided by age "eight out of ten (79%) men between the ages of 18 and 30 view pornography at least monthly, and two thirds (67%) of men between the ages of 31 and 49 view pornography at least monthly. One half of men between 50 and 68 looks at porn monthly."<ref>[ NEW SURVEY OF PORN USE: MEN AND WOMEN WATCHING IN STARTLING NUMBERS],</ref>}}
Men who watch a lot of pornography, according to a study out of the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, have smaller brain volumes.<ref>[ Porn may have negative effects on the male cognitive function]</ref> reported on the Max Planck Institute for Human Development study:
{{Cquote|Both alcoholism and depression shrink the same brain areas that were found to be smaller in porn watchers in the current study. Depressed people are less likely to be in a relationship, and may therefore have fewer sexual opportunities in real life and more time on their hands to look at sexual content. In that instance, it may be the underlying depression, not the porn itself, altering the brain, Prause said.<ref>[ Porn Shrink Your Brain?], Livescience/com</ref>}}
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