Billie Eilish and Porn

Billie Eilish started watching porn from age 11 and it “really destroyed my brain.” She’s right.

One teen also started the habit around 11 or 12, when she stumbled upon it in her computer — and she couldn’t stop looking at it. The addiction was almost instantaneous. Subsequently, it led to a sex addiction. She didn’t like it, felt humiliated by the cavalier treatment of her male partners, but couldn’t stop it. She was degraded, but also attracted — she wanted love and intimacy from the opposite sex, but was seen by male predators as easy game.

Porn had normalised sexual degradation of human females. “The first few times I, you know, 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,” Eilish said.

Her brain and body had been trained to expect and desire sexual degradation while her spirit was pained by the repeated defilement and wounding.

How does all this start?

We look at the previous generations. Quite often, there would be a history of promiscuity — multiple wives, mistresses, concubines, what not. Truth is, the sins of the fathers do come down to the third and fourth generation. Second, there are such things as demonic temptation and traps — most young victims “happen” to see the porn when they were alone. Then the generational sexual weakness kicks in, the trap snaps shut and they are pulled into a whirlpool of spiritual defilement and shame.

“I think porn is a disgrace,” Eilish says, adding that she suffered nightmares because some of the content she watched was so violent and abusive — that stuff goes right into the subconscious and the torment continues there. “I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn”. She was only 19 when she spoke about its effects on her life.

The bible is realistic — sin is pleasurable, else people wouldn’t do it. But a very high price is extorted in payment for that pleasure.

But there is hope. There have been people who managed to come out of it with ministry and just sheer persistence. It’s a long, hard journey to get back your mind. But Jesus can and does set people free.


Were you one of the people who instinctively avoided porn despite peer pressure? Thank God.

Were you one of the people that got addicted but Jesus set you free? Praise God.


https://cnalifestyle.channelnewsasia.com/entertainment/billie-eilish-says-watching-porn-age-11-really-destroyed-my-brain-292581

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