Free Porn Videos And Feminism Encourage Sex Addiction And Divorce, Claims Author Of ‘Women Are From Venus’

Free porn videos and even feminism supposedly encourage sex addiction, and even affects the United States divorce rate, according to proclaimed author John Gray, author of the 1992 book “Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus.” Those two subjects do not at first glance seem to belong in the same category but Gray believes both have had a devastating effect on American culture.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, the sex industry as a whole has been facing a lot of bad news lately. Google AdWords will no longer be supporting porn websites or anything is considered too sexually explicit. Some people believe the end of net neutrality could put some porn sites out of business, although even porn stars are saying free porn video websites are harming them personally.

62-year-old Gray believes he’s managed to save hundreds of thousands of marriages throughout the world. His book sold 50 million copies, but apparently did better outside of the United States. According to Gray, the feminists of the U.S. are resisting his basic message that men and women are essentially different, should stop trying to behave the same, and embrace their natural personalities. The author also blames feminism for a high divorce rate:

“The reason why there’s so much divorce is that feminism promotes independence in women. I’m very happy for women to find greater independence, but when you go too far in that direction, then who’s at home? The most resistance I get to my message is in America. Wherever feminism has a strong hold, there’s resistance to the idea that men and women are different. When you go to Australia, for example, there’s a very clear knowledge that men and women are different.”

The second biggest obstacle to successful marriages is free porn video websites and the advent of so-called cheating websites:

“With free Internet porn, there’s a massive addiction happening…. Just millions and millions of people are experiencing their sexual satisfactions through total fantasy. The effect that porn has on the brain is like taking heroin.”

Gray cites websites like Ashley Madison as increasing the sex addiction problem:

“When you have impersonal sex… ‘It’s OK, here are these cheating wives, men, they want to have sex with you.’ So you go have sex with someone that you don’t know and someone you don’t love… impersonal sex does promote addiction to sex.”

What do you think about John Gray’s belief that both free porn video websites and feminism are causing divorce and sex addiction?