When talking to college students about Pornography, Gene McConnell often gets a wide variety of answers. “I’m a fan of Porn—Porn’s Good,” “It’s sexual education for kids without parents,” It’s kind of funny,” “It’s degrading to women,” and “It’s pretty addictive,” are all answers he’s heard on campuses across the country and are indicative of our society’s general posture towards pornography. McConnell’s talk is not designed to tell you what to think. Rather, he speaks intimately and honestly about the consequences of his personal use of pornography, the deep desires that pornography tries to fulfill, the level of sex-saturation in our society, and the way that he and others have found a way out of pornography’s hold.