Pornography has implications for public health, but scholars need to think critically about the issue and look past rhetoric.

Researcher Emily Rothman, Associate Professor of Community Health Services, Boston University, has caught the attention of an unlikely ally as she discusses the negative implications of pornography on public health.  Her study findings have even the people over at Cosmopolitan magazine daring to take seriously her studies which show the negative impacts pornography has had on Public Health.

We have chosen to link to the original article published at The Conversation, to avoid triggering images that were published in the Cosmopolitan edition. The original full post can be found here.

Source: Why public health scholars should study pornography