Freedom Connection

Statistics

Statistics

Christians and Pornography

50% of all Christian men say they are addicted to pornography.
20% of all Christian women say they are addicted to pornography.
47% of Christians said pornography is a major problem in the home.
In 2003, 34% of female readers of Today’s Christian Woman’s online newsletter admitted to intentionally accessing Internet porn.
53% of Promise Keeper men viewed pornography in last week.
37% of pastors say cyberporn is a current struggle

Women and Pornography

20% of all Christian women say they are addicted to pornography.
30% of all Internet porn consumers are female.
In 2003, 34% of female readers of Today’s Christian Woman’s online newsletter admitted to intentionally accessing Internet porn.
41% of women had searched out or downloaded erotic materials.

Teens and Pornography

11 years is the average age of first exposure to Internet pornography.

Pornography Consumption

The Internet accounted for US $2.5 billion of the adult industry’s $14 billion in U.S. revenues in 2004.
2006 Worldwide Pornography Revenues ballooned to $97.06 billion
Every second $3,075.64 is being spent on pornography.
Every second 28,258 Internet users are viewing pornography.
56% of divorces involve one spouse’s continued use of Internet pornography.
Between March 1999 and January 2001, Alexa Research examined 10 of the leading search
engines and more than 9.1 million unique search terms. “Sex” was the #1 most popular search
term. “Porn/porno/pornography” ranked #4. Also in the top 20 search terms were “nude/
nudes,” “xxx,” and “playboy.”

About 80-90% of Internet porn users only access free material, whether it be samples of pay
material, illegally copied versions of pay material, or amateur material.

Child Pornography

Incidents of child sexual exploitation have risen from 4,573 in 1998 to 112,083 in 2004.
Child pornography has become a $3 billion annual industry.

Sex Trafficking

1.2 million children are being trafficked every year; this is in addition to the millions already held captive by trafficking.
The average age of a trafficked victim is 12-14 years old.
The total market value of illicit human trafficking is estimated to be in excess of $32 billion.