John does not think he has a problem with pornography. He thinks it is not a problem to watch behind a closed door at home, or even in his office while alone at work. His thinking is that he is not harming anyone by watching pornography and being aroused by it. What John does not realize it is that is harmful to the women and children that are being forced to do these acts. This paper, will discuss the rethinking of how human trafficking affects the women and children that are forced into the pornography industry; how the use of pornography has grown since the introduction of the internet, how pornography negatively affects people; and what God’s stance on sexual immorality is.
The ethical dilemma that we are facing today is startling. Because of the internet, people have easier access to pornography than then they did in the past. It is not just adults who are going to these web sites, but children and adolescents are as well. Users are becoming addicted to pornography because of how easily it is obtained (The Social Costs of Pornography William E. May 2010.) This obsessive behavior was rare until the internet made pornographic images so easily accessible. Human trafficking is another problem we face. Women and children are forced into sex acts against …show more content…
In fact, whether John realizes it or not he is causing harm to others. John may not be aware that he is supporting human trafficking or how demoralizing this can be for the women that are exploited by these sites. "Women of all ages comprise 80% of those trafficked, children comprise 50%, and of these women and children 70% are used for sexual exploitation." (lifeissues.net: clear thinking about crucial issues William E. May 2010). Women in this industry are exposed to drugs to which they become addicted to. In addition, they are also exposed to sexual transmitted