CHRISTIAN LIVING III
WRITTEN REPORT: PORNOGRAPHY
Del Rosario, John Paul
Viray, Justin Andrew
Pornography by definition is a “creative activity, whether it is writing, pictures, or films, of no literary or artistic value other than to stimulate sexual desire to the doer.” It is also an activity wherein couples or groups delve in insincere sexual intercourse that would entertain themselves or entertain the people who stumble upon it.
Those who succumb to pornography are not people who would just go to it for the heck of it. They have their own situations and circumstances that would be their reasons for doing such an act. Most of the time, people would engage or watch or read porn when they are kind of bored. This boredom in turn would lead to a desire to do something exciting, which most of the time ends up in pornography arousing the person until he/she is satisfied. More personal situations may also be because the person needs money and he/she could use his/her own body to be subject to pornography. Others are forced upon them to engage themselves in pornography because they feel threatened of something and that they have to do things like this.
Socially, some people find themselves looking at pornography because their social life is in a kind of static state. They don’t have someone to “enjoy” and “love truly” for the meantime. Rarely would people be very interested in them such as this girl everyone knows of. She started having an interest in adult videos since her preteen years. But sadly, when you do it again and again, it becomes a habit.
Pornography and Ethics
Pornography is bad in the sense that it is morally and ethically wrong. The sacred act of having sexual intercourse is anchored in the principle that it should be done for the procreation of life. Pornography tramples this and prioritizes more on excitement and...