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But it was when she went away to a community college that she first discovered online temptations.There in a private corner of the school library, she found sexual chat rooms, but this eventually moved to visually oriented pornography.


On at least one occasion, about 1 in 4 girls sit down to watch Internet pornography for at least a half-hour straight—and with a broadband connection, you can see a lot of hardcore pornography in 30 minutes.The thumbnail image was dark and blurry, but it grabbed her attention.After pressing the play button, Jessica found herself watching pornography for the first time in her life.Nearly half of young adult women today believe viewing pornography is acceptable behavior.According to a survey of more than 11,000 college-age women, more than half said they were exposed to sexually explicit material by the age of 14.Soon afterward, she was viewing porn every day for several years.

For Natalie Ordorf the entry point wasn’t chat, but rather erotic stories.

About 1 in 7 girls have done this on multiple occasions.

Nearly a third of young adult women intentionally use pornography from time to time, and about 1 in 5 women (18%) do it habitually—.

Those 3 minutes and 23 seconds were etched on her brain, and this incident became the beginning of an eight-year-long secret fascination with porn and cybersex.

Online sexual temptation is known typically as a “male issue.” But for those like Jessica—and there are more of them out there than you might think—being female did not shield her from the allure of cybersexual temptation.

At first, viewing pornography was her way to learn sexual language, but then soon afterward the porn became her primary focus.