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Université De Montréal Proves That All Men Watch Porn

And no one is surprised at all.
Université De Montréal Proves That All Men Watch Porn

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Here's something everyone already knows yet a scientific study decided to prove: all young men watch porn. Montreal's very own Université de Montréal. proved the very unsurprising fact, alebeit entirely accidentally.

Professor Simon Louis Lajeunesse began a study seeking to compare the views of men in their 20s who frequently watch porn versus males who have never watched porn in their life. Lajeunesse hit a huge hurdle early on though, as he and his team simply could not find one man who had never watched porn.

In essence, the study inadvertently proved that all young men attending university, at least in Montreal, watch porn.

Bouncing off from that initial roadblock, Lajeunesse continued his study to examine the viewing habits of males, as they apparently all watch porn. Inerviewing 20 straight males, findings showed that most started watching porn when they were ten, and no negative reprecussions were found on their views towards sex, their perception of women, nor relationships.

Pornography researcher Pamela Paul doesn't buy Lajeunesse's findings, at least that last bit where porn doesn't negatively affect men's views on sex and women. Performing more in-depth interviews with 5 times as many subjects, Paul found that habitual porn viewers became desensitized to real sex, thought of themselves as perverts in some cases, and were less likely to want daughters and support gender equality.

All the fellas reading will hope Lajeanuesse is correct instead of Paul, though it's hard to believe all the porn we be watching has no effect on our minds and perspectives. One thing is for sure though, we all watch porn, so Lajeanuesse was right in that respect.

For more on all things Montreal, follow Michael on Twitter @MDAlimonte

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