“Many women think they’re alone when it comes to being fascinated with pornography, but they’re not"
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2015
No longer an activity reserved primarily for men, women are now watching porn at increased levels. Author Dana Brown Smith has released a groundbreaking new book that is an intelligent and titillating summer read, “Girls Watch Too!” ($14.99, Exalted Publishing). The book explores this growing phenomenon in an honest and non-judgmental way so that any woman who watches pornography can break free of the compulsion it may have over them.
Far from a serious, clinical text, “Girls Watch Too!” uses a warm and conversational tone to address a variety of issues: the accessibility of porn; the business of porn; the emergence of porn in the workplace; the influence of sexually explicit materials on our pop culture, cell phones, video games, and social networking sites; and more.
In the book, Dana Brown Smith draws upon her own personal journeys and experiences with porn to deliver powerful insights as well as compassionate guidance. Readers will learn:
- how familiarity breeds emulation when consuming pornography;
- the unintended and not-so-pleasant effects of pornography consumption on romantic relationships;
- how to identify and manage “triggers” that lead to porn consumption;
- ways to recognize and/or prevent teenage porn consumption;
- techniques for creating a climate of compassion for spouses struggling with porn; and
- methods for recognizing and overcoming a porn habit without judgment or condemnation.
“Many women think they’re alone when it comes to being fascinated with pornography, but they’re not,” notes Dana Brown Smith. “This book will help women from all walks of life deal with porn in a non-judgmental way and regain their belief in love, commitment, marriage, and family.”
“Girls Watch Too!” is available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, bookstores across the county, and through wholesalers Ingram and Baker & Taylor. For more information about “Girls Watch Too!” or Dana Brown Smith, please visit http://www.danabrownsmith.com or call 562.920.2853.
About Dana Brown Smith
Dana Brown Smith is a hands-on, advocate for freedom from fascination with pornography. Drawing on her own personal involvement with porn and her professional experience as an expert in investigating and responding to sexual harassment claims in the workplace, she brings an in-depth and well-rounded perspective to the conversation on the effect of pornography, especially as it relates to women. Dana is a blogger for The Huffington Post and speaks across the country on this topic and has appeared on the Anderson Cooper show to share her story of pornography fascination and ultimate abstinence.