I'm not surprised to hear that many Christian women are hooked on "Fifty Shades of Grey." Stories (in books, television, and movies) filled with sex and domination have been around for a long time. In recent years, stories featuring acts of S&M have proliferated.
Then yesterday, I saw the trailer for the new movie "Magic Mike."
It's a story about two male strippers, their lives, their triumphs, and their abuses. From the few forums I've visited briefly, more than a few Christian women are looking forward to viewing this. Why? To feast their eyes on the lovely bodies of the actors. Will they get sexually stimulated? Yes. Will they succumb to viewing ever-increasing amounts of porn? There is a good probability that they will. Why? Because as Donna Rice Hughes, president of Enough Is Enough, says, “Pornography is the drug of the millennium and more addictive than crack cocaine.” It changes neural pathways in the brain. There is plenty of research now on the problem, the changes, and the solutions.
Lastly, many people are under the false impression that men are more visually stimulated than women. That's nonsense. We all have eyes, and as research show, women are addicted to porn at a high rate. Just as with men, accessibility of the material is making it all the easier for women to view it in their homes, offices, or libraries.