Is violent porn one reason skyrocketing number of girls are seeking to change gender?

Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters, by Abigail Shrier.

Pornography has always been shocking and offensive to young women who first encounter it. But today’s internet porn adds a layer of menace. Choking has become so common among all categories of viewing on Pornhub that there is no separate rubric for it. As The Guardian noted of commonly depicted scenes, “Women are choked with anything for a penis to a fist to the point of gagging, and in some cases almost passing out.” At the end of the scene the woman “says, often in a hoarse voice, how much she ‘loved it.’”

“In my experience, the kids that I work with are often pretty freaked out by porn,” Sasha Ayad told me of the trans-identified adolescent girls she sees in her practice. “In some cases, you know, porn did play a big role in their new adopted identity.”

Violent porn not only terrifies young girls about men and the prospect of sex with them, it is changing the expectations and behavior of boys. Sex researcher at Indiana University School of Public Health Debby Herbenick found that nearly a quarter of adult women say they have felt scared during sex and “13 percent of sexually active girls ages 14 to 17 have already been choked.”

If you have trouble seeing the appeal of transgender life, consider that the typical dating life available to young women today doesn’t look as great as it used to be…this culture make[s] it hard to imagine why anyone would want to be a girl.

Is violent porn one reason skyrocketing number of girls are seeking to change gender? By Jonathon Van Maren.

Pornography has created an utterly hostile environment for girls, especially as the sort of violence described above is now simply a feature of the sexual landscape. In fact, Shrier notes that many of the girls seeking to transition do not necessarily want to transition into boys — they just don’t want to be girls.

Many of them seek an ambiguity or androgyny, straddling the fence between the sexes, identifying as “non-binary” or simply “neither.” They are seeking an escape from the world they live in, and trans influencers, testosterone, and the celebration of their peers is their ticket out of the lives they have grown to hate. …

As it turns out, many girls are looking at the transgender movement and they are not seeing a lifestyle that calls for the destruction of their femininity, their fertility, and their identity. Instead, they are seeing a way out of the hell that the Sexual Revolution—and our culture—has created for them. We have failed to protect our girls. We should look at what is taking place, and we should all be so very ashamed.

A civilization that cannot protect its young woman is not long for this world. We’ve often mentioned this, but in light of the next post it almost sounds like a biblical curse.

hat-tip Stephen Neil