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Should sex offenders be banned from watching porn?

  • Ban porn completely.

    Yes, sex offenders should be banned from using pornography. Porn has been shown to fuel aggression. It's like throwing gasoline on a fire. Sex offenders get all worked up and , over time, become even more sexually frustrated! Do the research your self at pornography harms. Your brain on porn is another website that gives great information

  • Fuels to Frenzy

    Porn changes the brain's network capabilities for those with full frontal lobe capacity to that of one with diminished frontal lobe activity. With many sex offenders, the frontal lobe has been known to be less active, less functional. Many sex offenders became addicted to porn use, of one form or another, having caused their original abnormal appetites or from abuse themselves in the same nature. In many cases, the registered sex offender found in possession of porn will admit to its having increased the non-satiated appetite. Too many young people having not been properly educated on the affects of porn, find themselves fighting a hard battle against removing it from their lives out of desperation to regain control of their minds as well as regain properly functioning sexual organs and relationships. The sex offender with less than normal morals usually find themselves struggling to seek new prey and recommit, more often than not, to an increased variety or depth. Hard evidence has proven, porn is harmful no matter by whom it is being consumed or on whom becomes a criminal's victim or even that of a connected partner from abuse.

  • No, sex offenders should not be banned from watching porn.

    Sex offenders should be allowed to watch all the pornography they want in prison. That is because a sex offender should always get a life sentence. Pornography does not contribute to their sexual deviance. There lack of moral judgment is the main contributing factor to their crimes. Just lock them up and let them watch their porn.

  • Freedom of Expression, for God's sake!

    While on supervision, which usually runs between 12-36 months after release from prison, this can be a condition of supervision--NO PORN. But, once that period of supervision ends, a sex offender is free to view anything legal. Playgirl/Playboy, XXX Videos, and so on. In Washington State, once released from supervision, live anywhere, go anywhere, travel, marry, whatever floats your boat. Several sex offenders have passports and travel. A vast majority of sex offenders in Washington state go thru the state's "Sex Offender Treatment Program". This is a volunteer program, and the people who complete it have around a 5% recidivism rate. And. Most of these are new, non-sexual offenses, such as DUI, burglary, or a various drug charge. These people return and re-enter society as productive, law abiding, tax paying citizens. Also in this state, they are free to live anywhere they want, and it is a felony to go out of your way to harass a sex offender. They went thru treatment, and paid their dues to society. For most, porn is a non-issue anyways.

  • Porn prevents sex crimes

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/money/study-finds-online-porn-reduce-incidence-rape-article-1.390028

    Porn is statistically proven to reduce rape. Even if as one critic in the article says rape is about "control and power" it is also sexual and so a person satisfying their desire for sexuality through porn may then decide to satisfy their desire for control and power in other, hopefully less harmful ways.

  • It up to the offender

    If the offender want to change, it best for them to not watch porn. The probation program does help for the most part, and that only if the offender is willing to change.

    Most people are already sex offfender in god eye. For example, people have affairs with other outside of marriage, sex before marriage, even down to even married person looking at other person and lust in their heart already committed adultry, often true because it leads to actual affairs.

  • Ban porn completely.

    Yes, sex offenders should be banned from using pornography. Porn has been shown to fuel aggression. It's like throwing gasoline on a fire. Sex offenders get all worked up and , over time, become even more sexually frustrated! Do the research your self at pornography harms. Your brain on porn is another website that gives great information


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