Overall, it found that religious teenagers had greater preoccupation with sexual thoughts, were more likely to report lower-well being, and and were more likely to attempt to suppress sexual thoughts.
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The first survey of 661 teenagers found that religious people had greater preoccupation with unwanted sexual thoughts, also known as compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) than secular teens.
A second survey of 522 adolescents discovered that religious adolescents reported lower well-being, which researchers believe is linked to their preoccupation with CSB.
A final study interviewed 317 teenagers, and it found that the religious teenagers were more likely to report attempts to suppress unwanted sexual thoughts and fantasies, which then led to more compulsive sexual behavior and lower well-being.
‘The study reflects, in my opinion, the complex reality among religious adolescents.
It seems that the religious public should examine its ways regarding the importance of discourse and the ability to engage in sexuality and sexual education even in the early stages of adolesce
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‘It is very important that religious society discuss sexuality and deal with sexuality in the right manner at the beginning of adolescence and even at the elementary age in order to prevent the development of compulsive sexual behavior,’ he said.
‘In my studies and work with sexual compulsive behavior in adults, I find that parental responses to child sexual behavior (masturbation, pornography viewing) are very significant in compulsive sexual development.
‘Comments regarding sexuality as being a ‘dirty thing’ or ‘forbidden’ only cause the development of compulsive sexual behavior.’
Efrati also observed that religious people tend to overestimate their compulsive sexual behavior.
A final study interviewed 317 teenagers, and it found that the religious teenagers were more likely to report attempts to suppress unwanted sexual thoughts and fantasies, which then led to more compulsive sexual behavior and lower well-being.(file photo)
‘It would not be prudent to say that religious people have a higher compulsive sexual behavior than secular people,’ Efrati said.
‘In the field of therapy, I see that religious people in self-reporting will indeed report that they have a compulsive sexual behavior when in practice they do not have a compulsive sexual behavior.
‘They define themselves as such because of the negative feelings (shame and guilt) of the conflict in which they live — sexuality versus religion.’
Previous studies have found that religious people are more likely to believe they are addicted to porn, that watching isa menezes xxx porn can make men and big sexy women xxx more religious, and that more people watch porn in the Bible Belt than in religious states.
People who watch porn more than once a week tend to become more religious, a researcher claims, while those who watch racy videos occasionally tend to drift away from religion, a claimed.
While the reason for this is difficult to discern, the expert believes it may be to do with feeling guilty.