Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, makes this point regarding the phenomenon of nearly-infinite and instantly-accessible pornography:
To no one’s surprise, the vast majority of those who consume pornography are males. It is no trade secret that males are highly stimulated by visual images, whether still or video. That is not a new development, as ancient forms of pornography attest. What is new is all about access. Today’s men and boys are not looking at line pictures drawn on cave walls. They have almost instant access to countless forms of pornography in a myriad of formats.
The sin and addiction of pornography profoundly affects male brains, which in turn profoundly affects marital intimacy and family interactions. Ultimately it is a sin which diminishes the fame of God’s name. This is a sobering reality that every church must face. For more thoughts on this topic, see this article from Dr. Mohler.