‘Porn Is A Disgrace’: Billie Eilish Says Her Brain Was ‘Destroyed by Porn’

Gabriel Hays | December 15, 2021
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Sure, pop star Billie Eilish has used her influence to get young adults to support what’s arguably a domestic terrorist org (Black Lives Matter), but thankfully she is letting out some good propaganda for once. 

In a recent interview with infamous radio shock Howard Stern, Eilish actually railed against the societal scourge that is pornography. She even went so far to admit that she had a problem with it at a very young age and that it “destroyed her brain.”

During her talk with Stern, the 19-year-old pop music superstar declared, “As a woman, I believe that porn is a disgrace.” She candidly admitted, “I used to watch a lot of porn, to be honest,” and then added an anecdote that  tragically millions of kids in our country can relate to.

“I started watching porn when I was like 11,” Eilish stated. That’s extremely sad. To think of such a talented young woman (forget her usually noxious politics, she’s got a beautiful voice), being enslaved to this devilish content at such an innocent age makes one want to weep.

When you think about how common this is, the tragedy is almost too much to handle. According to child porn use statistics, “40% of boys in grades four through 11 have admitted to searching for porn. Most of them do so often.” In addition, “The average age for a child to view porn is 11 years old.” Sure Eilish is a girl, but she’s right there in the average age range. 

Clearly her tragic story of watching porn at eleven years old is not the exception. In fact kids who have never been exposed to porn are part of a very tiny minority. “Only 3% of boys and 17% of girls have not been exposed to adult content.”

Eilish’s experience is certainly a common one for young children today, though it is remarkable how much the still very young musician comprehends how bad her porn exposure was, especially in the music world where uninhibited and immoral sexual behavior is commonplace.

You can’t watch Lil Nas X have sex with Satan himself, and tell me my last statement is wrong, Nor can you listen to Cardi B’s “W.A.P.” (Wet Ass P*ssy) and call me a prude. Eilish really went against the grain in this interview.  

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In additional comments, Eilish stated, “I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn." She explained adding, “The first few times I had sex, I was not saying no to things that were not good. It was because I thought that’s what I was supposed to be attracted to.”

Anti-porn feminist journalist Meghan Donevan’s research supports Billie’ statements. In her book, Freedom Fallacy: The Limits of Liberal Feminism, she writes that porn “portrays sex as an encounter predicated on submission and domination…in a fantasy world where women are always ready for sex, enjoy all types of sexual activity, including aggressive and degrading acts.”

Billie gets it. She continued, saying, “I’m so angry that porn is so loved, and I’m so angry at myself for thinking that it was OK.” She then added how else this poison has warped her mind, echoing the studies which say that porn creates unrealistic expectations about sex. “The way that vaginas look in porn is fucking crazy. No vaginas look like that. Women’s bodies don’t look like that. We don’t come like that."

Good for Billie Eilish. If she spreads messages like this one more often she might help out millions of young people. 

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