The earlier children are exposed to explicit sexual images, the more their developing brains are being imprinted and altered regarding their future sexual preferences.

Cybersex (internet porn) has justifiably been called the “crack cocaine” of sex addiction. For a variety of reasons, large numbers of people are becoming compulsive and out-of-control in their usage of internet pornography. This may include mature men and women who had no previous predilection toward pornography. More alarming, children are being exposed to explicit sexual images via the internet. The earlier children are exposed to explicit sexual images, the more their developing brains are being imprinted and altered regarding their future sexual preferences. In other words, they are more likely to become aroused by the images they see at an early age. Because the cybersex world provides an endless menu of sexual images including the bizarre, unusual, and violent, it is predicted by developmental psychologists that future sexual practice will become more commonplace, varied, and compulsive.