A Study of Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Pornography Craving Among Indian Men
Keywords:Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Pornography Craving
AbstractPornography has become is an issue that Indians consider taboo and refuse to generally acknowledge, yet statistics by popular porn sites project India as the third largest viewer of porn with 70% of the viewers being men. With the increase in the viewership of pornography amidst the lockdown, it was important to study the relationship between different aspects of mental wellbeing and pornographic craving. The study was conducted to study the relationship between depression, stress, anxiety, and pornographic craving among married and unmarried Indian men (N= 98). It was found that there is a significant relationship between depression, anxiety, stress, and pornography craving in men. It was also found that anxiety and pornographic craving were correlated in married men.
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