16-year-old girl suffers severe anal fissures as attempt to imitate violent porn film goes horribly wrong

The girl's experience was only the latest in a slew of injuries that have resulted from people being addicted to porn who are trying to imitate aggressive sex they see online


                            16-year-old girl suffers severe anal fissures as attempt to imitate violent porn film goes horribly wrong
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In a horrifying case that highlights the dangerous effects of online porn on teenagers, a 16-year-old girl was so badly injured in a group anal sex session that she now needs to use a colostomy bag for the rest of her life. The girl reportedly suffered from the life-changing injury after she tried to copy scenes from a violent pornographic film.

An investigation conducted by the Australian Broadcasting Company News also found that the girl's experience was only the latest in a slew of serious injuries that have resulted from Australians being addicted to porn and who are trying to imitate aggressive sex that they see online.

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Dr. Bastian Seidel, an Australia GP and former Royal Australian College of General Practitioners president, told ABC that he has unfortunately seen first-hand how the copycat behavior can go horribly wrong for those who watch porn and then try to recreate it. He said: "We have seen anal fissures more and more. I’ve seen that more in women, so that’s caused by men having anal sex with women." 

The girl now needs to use a colostomy bag for the rest of her life (Picture for representation purpose only; Getty Images)
The girl now needs to use a colostomy bag for the rest of her life (Picture for representation purpose only; Getty Images)

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The news corporation's investigation also revealed the gruesome experience of a woman called Sarah whose former lover had forced her into having anal sex. The 41-year-old was left with severe nerve damage to her bowel and can now no longer hug her own mother because she was so traumatized by the rape. She said: "In pornography, it’s not how it is in real life. It’s just not how it is. It looks like they enjoy it, but it really hurts."

Experts and teachers have agreed that men addicted to porn are making their girlfriends suffer just so that they can copy what they see in porn films. Susan McLean, a cyber safety expert who advises the Australian government and speaks to schools, was one among several experts who revealed how girls in high schools are being seriously injured when their immature boyfriends try to imitate whatever they saw in porn videos.

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McLean said that the copycat behavior mostly involved using various objects and sometimes ended up being "quite violent". She added that the girls "often feel very powerless to say 'no'." The ABC investigation also said that Australia ranks 9th for visitors to websites such as PornHub behind India, the UK, and the US, but it also has one of the longer than average viewing times for videos.

As a result of the boundaries between what's allowed in porn and what isn't, the videos have now started showing "things like double and triple anal... and things like choking as well". The broadcaster also spoke to Australian pornographer Garion Hall, who said that, in the US, porn falls under the freedom of speech rules, so they can basically get away with "producing some pretty extreme stuff".