When you think of porn, you probably think of the sexual acts depicted.

You might think of one guy getting a girl’s hands all over his body and another guy having his penis sucked.

But you might not realise how the porn industry is changing how you view sex.

The internet is not only making it easier for women to share their sexuality but it is also changing how we think about the body.

In a new research, researchers from the University of Queensland in Australia have found that the way we view sex has changed over time.

What began as a taboo subject is now open for discussion, especially in the internet age.

Read moreThe study looked at the number of sexual acts reported by people aged between 15 and 69 in the US in 2015.

They found that between 2000 and 2015, the number that people reported seeing on the internet was down by 50 per cent.

However, the study didn’t specifically look at internet porn consumption.

Rather, the researchers looked at “recreational internet pornography”.

This refers to the types of content people have viewed on the web that have nothing to do with sex.

This is where a new medium like porn can provide the perfect context for people to explore their sexuality and the sexual act in a new and different way.

“I think what we are seeing is the first time that the internet has allowed a broad range of sexual activities to be experienced in a safe and safe manner,” lead author Dr Julie Smith said.

“I think that’s really exciting and exciting for those of us in the sexual health field because I think that opens up a whole new world for people who are looking for sexual health information.”

The study was published in the journal Sex Roles.

The researchers looked to see how the internet had affected people’s view of sexuality over time and how this changed over the course of the study.

The first step in the study was to track people’s sexual behaviours online over a period of 10 years.

They then looked at what happened over time when people reported on the Internet.

The researchers analysed the data to find the most common sexual behaviours reported by those who watched porn.

“It was clear that the more sexual activity you reported watching, the more frequently people reported viewing pornography,” Dr Smith said, adding that the study showed that viewing pornography on the computer can increase sexual activity.

What’s more, people who reported viewing porn on the net reported experiencing fewer sexual acts than those who did not.

The results showed that when people were exposed to the sexual content online, their overall sexual activity decreased.

The researchers also looked at how people perceived their sexuality over the time they were watching porn.

They took a “sexism index”, a measure of how sexist the porn was, and compared it to the level of sexual activity reported by the general population.

They found that people who watched pornography tended to see sexual behaviour as more masculine, and to view sex as more attractive.

“The way people saw the world changed over this time period,” Dr Brown said.

“We found that women saw themselves as more sexy, they felt more empowered and more attractive, and they thought of themselves as having more power than men did.”

Sexism is an important part of how we view ourselves, the research showed.

It is often associated with negative attitudes towards women, and it can also affect how we feel about ourselves.

For example, it can influence the way people view themselves as men and women as women.

“If we have sex with women, they are not going to be as attractive,” Dr Harris said.

“So if you can imagine that in your head, if you’re going to have sex, you’re not going be as good at it.

You’re going have to be very good at that sex act.

It’s not going have that same appeal to them.”

The researchers then looked into how people who had experienced the internet’s most prevalent form of pornography over time changed their attitudes towards sex.

They looked at people who were between 15 to 69 years old.

These people tended to be the “experienced” users.

The study found that they tended to have more positive attitudes towards their sex lives, and were less likely to report having sexual fantasies about their partner.

“What they’re saying is they don’t have a partner, they’re not having sex with anyone and they don.

But, of course, there’s this whole ‘you can’t do that’ sort of thing going on.

That doesn’t really help the experience of being sexually active,” Dr Jones said.

Dr Jones and Dr Brown also looked into what porn consumers were seeing.

In general, people aged 15 to 64 were the most likely to be viewing pornography online.

However in the age group over 65, it was the youngest age group.

However older people were also more likely to view pornography online, with the older people being more likely than younger people to have reported having sex.

Dr Brown said that the data