After my annotation3 which is about an american live show expressed their opinion about the difference between porn sex and real sex, here is another poll which researched by BBC. They surveyed 1,057 adults ages 18-24 about what kind of media they used when they were in touch with porn. And also revealed some data different from men and women.
According to the investigation, people who used free websites as an adult material most. Free websites were by far the most popular way of getting hold of adult material, followed by file-sharing networks, mobile phones and TV. Because pornography is easy to get everywhere now, for example, within a second there will be hundreds of videos, that's why people spend so much time on there because they think 'maybe there will be a better one' and they keep going and going. Just like Ian Barber, 22, from Manchester, who said, "Anyone who pays for porn these days needs their head checking because there is so much free porn out there."
Another result of research, almost eight out of 10 men said they had looked at porn on the internet compared with just over a third of women. The average man in the study spent more than two hours a week surfing adult sites, compared with less than fifteen minutes for the average woman. And a quarter of all men in the survey said they were worried about the amount of porn they were looking at, while almost as many said they were concerned about the type of images they were viewing.
1.Higher numbers of those heavy users said their porn viewing had upset a partner or caused them to miss a meeting at work.
2.Men looking at porn for at least 10 hours a week were also more likely to say it can put them off real-life sex.
3.Sixty-one per cent agreed it could make you less interested in sex with a partner, compared with 27 per cent of moderate users and 24 per cent of light users.
Although pornography in Europe is freer than America, like a red-light district, but this kind of freedom will cause some effect in younger or society.