CNN refreshingly devoted an entire segment on Wednesday’s American Morning to highlighting pornography’s destructive impact on society, especially Internet porn. Guest Gail Dines, professor of sociology and women’s studies at Wheelock and a self-described “radical feminist activist,” detailed the harmful impact of pornography on men’s sexuality, and anchor John Roberts even cited a study that found that 56% of divorces “involve one party…who has an obsessive interest in pornographic websites.”
The full transcript of John Roberts’s interview of Gail Dines from Wednesday’s American Morning began with Roberts stating: “If you spend any time on the Internet, it’s hard not to notice just how prevalent pornography is. There are 420 million Internet porn pages, 4.2 million porn websites, and 68 million search engine requests for porn each and every day- pretty staggering numbers”.
Article by Matthew Balan. Wed, 07/28/2010 – 19:16 ET
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