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Porn isn't always degrading to women, according to new research.

The study suggests that watching porn is associated with treating women with greater tolerance but only if the men are religious.

The findings provide new insights into how pornography may affect people on a societal level.

Researchers from Mount Royal University and the University of Western Ontario looked at the effect of watching porn on how men see women.

In the study, the researchers surveyed 11,658 men and 13,988 women most of who were white, married and Christian, with an average age of 44.

Participants answered questions about their church attendance, how often they had watched porn in the last year, and their attitudes towards women.

Questions included 'Should women take care of their homes and leave running the country up to men?', 'Would you vote for a woman to be president?' and 'Are men better suited emotionally to politics?'

The results showed that people who watched more porn had more accepting attitudes towards women.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5178801/Religious-men-watch-PORN-accepting-women.html?ito=social-facebook


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Porn isn't always degrading to women, according to new research.

The study suggests that watching porn is associated with treating women with greater tolerance but only if the men are religious.

The findings provide new insights into how pornography may affect people on a societal level.

Researchers from Mount Royal University and the University of Western Ontario looked at the effect of watching porn on how men see women.

In the study, the researchers surveyed 11,658 men and 13,988 women most of who were white, married and Christian, with an average age of 44.

Participants answered questions about their church attendance, how often they had watched porn in the last year, and their attitudes towards women.

Questions included 'Should women take care of their homes and leave running the country up to men?', 'Would you vote for a woman to be president?' and 'Are men better suited emotionally to politics?'

The results showed that people who watched more porn had more accepting attitudes towards women.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5178801/Religious-men-watch-PORN-accepting-women.html?ito=social-facebook



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