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Boston University School of Public Health: Professor's New Book Explores Effects of Pornography on Health
January 14, 2022
BOSTON, Massachusetts, Jan. 14 (TNSBook) -- Boston University School of Public Health issued the following news:

By Mallory Bersi

Since 2016, 17 states have declared pornography a public health crisis, citing a range of concerns from compulsive use and sex trafficking to normalizing violence.

However, claims that pornography is to blame for a crisis in sexual behavior are overblown and not always science-based, says Emily Rothman, professor of community he . . .

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