Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future

Ben Shapiro


Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future

Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future

  • Title: Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future
  • Author: Ben Shapiro
  • ISBN: 9780895260161
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Hardcover



Shapiro captures a generation through first person reporting, interviews with refugees from the porn industry, conversations with psychologist, educators, and students, and a telling cultural critique.


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Ben Shapiro, Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future (Regnery, 2005)When a book is blurbed by both Ann Coulter and Laura Schlesinger, that's as good as having your cover be a portion of one of those old maps that says, in the middle of the ocean, “here be dragons”. Anyone attempting to read such a treatise must immediately know that one must gird one's loins and prepare for a deeply distressing experience. Ben Shapiro's Porn Generation satisfies-- no pun intended-- on [...]

A very insightful look into a nation that has become desensitized to the most corrupt and degrading trends in our society. Shapiro is a very young writer but has wisdom beyond his years.

One is part of the whole, and the actions of individuals do effect the fabric of society. Of course we have to have laws to protect and govern the state, society, and the citizens; but there has to be more than just the law forcing what is right and preventing wrong doings. Everybody is unique, so everybody has his/her own moral code.I would want to do lots of horrifying things, but I don't; because not just that my actions will have bad consequences, but also if I get caught, I will face punish [...]

Not a bad book in and of itself, but I had a couple major issues with it:1. It's too dated.Considering how fast modern society evolves and new trends come and go, PORN GENERATION simply isn't current enough to reflect the American landscape of today. The book focuses squarely on the years I was in high school and college (late 1990's, early 2000's), and I'm sure many of the things Ben Shapiro criticizes in this book will seem pretty toothless by today's standards. I mean, what reason is there to [...]

I can't do this anymore. It's boring, outdated and just annoying. I am a conservative republican and I'm definitely not politically correct not do I like political correctness by any means. But I don't respect outright rudeness. The author is extremely rude and name calls just for the sake of it. You can present your arguments and get your point across without bashing people. This book really just seems like a bad essay thrown together last minute by a college kids that hadn't started a paper th [...]

This book was not what I expected. It is extremely conservative and judgmental. As a therapist who works with out of control sexual behavior and pornography addiction, the language in this book really bothers me. To call people immoral and deviant shames them which adds to the problem and does nothing to help the problem.

Whinily acerbic, this corybantic polemic explores in greatly unnecessary detail the elements of modern culture which the author finds deeply objectionable (which, it turns out, is pretty much everything). Shapiro’s torpid prose is a thin, manically polished veneer, clearly concealing a deep sea of all manner of repression, and his hysterical prudishness and unashamed enthusiasm for outright censorship are so sensationalist and backward as to make Ted Cruz look like an unfettered libertine in c [...]

Well written, informative overview of the subtle conquest of America over the decades by the sexual revolution and the chilling consequences on the victims of porn. Parents, educators, and religious leaders should definitely read this book to become aware of the problem. The author concludes with a chapter “Taking A Stand” which offers suggestions of what to do to solve the problem.

Like another reviewer said, it is dated. I wondered how the pornography addiction rates in 2005 compare to 2017, as well as the video game addiction rate and social media addiction rate in 2017. Movies and TV are oversexualized, and of questionable morality. Once I became a parent I noticed. A more relevant book on the current social liberalism would probably be one about college campuses and the media, such as Milo Yiannopoulis' book "Dangerous" or "Unlearning Liberty" by Gregg Lukianoff. Impre [...]

This book has to be taken with a grain of salt.There are some pretty good points, especially at the beginning (the psychological effects of living in a society where the traditional moral values have been ripped apart), I think a lot of people can identify with that.After the first, say, 40-50 pages, the book turns into a long list of "who's to blame for the moral decline" and a lot of the judgements are (in my opinion) off. Kate Winslet getting naked for Leo DiCaprio in Titanic certainly didn't [...]

It's always a refreshing feeling when you think you have 40% left of a book and then find out that the rest of it is notes and references. It's like 'woohoo! I finished faster than I thought.' This is especially true when it's a book that you are not particularly enjoying.I did not particularly enjoy this book.I adore Ben Shapirowhen he's talkingI don't particularly enjoy his writing. This book is, for lack of a better word, histrionic. Not that what he is saying is wrong, in many cases, it's ju [...]

Way too conservative for my taste, even listening to it as an audiobook was hard. While thanks to The Daily Wire and The Ben Shapiro Show I hold him in highest regard, this book is definitely one of the worst books I've encountered in a long while. But on the positive side, it shows his evolution over the past 15 years, as now he's not as incredibly conservative anymore as he used to be.

Starts of strong and with great promise, but then quickly becomes monotonous. In the first few chapters Ben Shapiro raises great questions about the responsibility of parents, the role of government intervention into the moral standards of its citizens, and how much hollywood has been involved in the shaping of world views But unfortunately 80% of the book spends its time going over in detail the moral decay of disney princesses, the lyrics of their songs and why they're terrible role models, ra [...]

A very interesting analysis of our culture today, especially the culture of my generation.

Well worth reading. A comprehensive and detailed accounting and judgement of the decay of moral standards, media and philosophy in the USA, over the past decades. If you've ever wondered how millennials came to be so lost, this book will inform and delight.It gets 4 stars despite being essential reading, because although the accountability is flawless. The judgments leave a lot to be desired for secularists, as the frame of reference for many judgments is merely - god. It would be nice if there [...]

Wasn't sure what to think of this book when I started, but as I read through the book, the author made some valid points that really got me thinking. This book may not be for everyone because it will get some people upset by what they perceive as prudish attitudes, but at the same time, you have to wonder if sex doesn't influence people so much, then why do companies spend millions of dollars to use sexual suggestions to influence consumers?

This book was extremely boring ! Not surprising considering I think Ben Shapiro is a robot. This book is 90% statistics 9% interesting side notes and 1% poor attempts at humor. Ben Shapiro is NOT a comedian and he should stop trying to be funny. Its just awful. But over all a very educational book. These are serious issues that require much more attention and discussion.

I'm not sure we didn't already know about most of this, but it's still a shocking description of what much of our society has become. The book itself should be R-rated--there's a warning on the cover.

Unless you concede Shapiro the premise that sex is a deeply significant moral issue (and you won't, unless you're a monotheist), his entire argument is empty. The entire book rests on that shaky foundation.

Is an R rated book, but I am as disgraced as the author is by this infection of porn.

Some points are bit of a stretch, few dud chapters but mostly very true and interesting.

Very informative, not boring, and inspirational.

Sad the effect pornography has on our culture and especially what this means for future generations, it is definitely not what I want our generation to be known for. I pray, yes pray for change.

If I could give less than 1 star - I would.


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