Hi idk anymore,
I feel pretty confident, even without watching it, that this documentary is making claims that are either highly oversimplified or flat out false. Too, Fight the New Drug is a Mormon-run organization, meaning it's coming from a very specific (and usually conservative) perspective; it's not coming from a scientific body or unbiased source.
Sexual media as a general concept is value neutral: it's not inherently bad or inherently good. And it can convey lots of different messages or make people feel lots of different ways. But the same thing is true of ALL media; yes, some porn reflects incredibly bad gender ideas, but so do a lot of movies. Does that make sense?
If you want help making sense of sexual media and learning the ways in which it does (or, often, does not) reflect the average person's sexual experiences, these two pieces are great starting places: Making Sense of Sexual Media
, https://www.scarleteen.com/article/poli ... n_part_one
Too, whenever I see a source using the term "porn addiction" I get immediately skeptical. Yes, there are ways in which porn can have a detrimental effect on someone; for instance, if someone is compulsively using porn (using it even when they don't really want to) that's a bigger issue. As is someone forming all of their ideas about how sex should go based upon porn. But those aren't the same as addiction.