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A new movie seeks to help men struggling with the temptations of virtual flesh.

PornHub's recent state-by-state data shed some light on our country’s odd porn preferences (who is Anita Queen and why is she so popular in Nevada?) and broke down how long users in each state stayed on the site. The results are illuminating and cringeworthy, especially Wyoming’s keyword search for “smoking.” But there are still people struggling with the temptations of virtual flesh.

The “Every Young Man’s Battle” YouTube series seeks to help men with their online porn addiction, and other avenues of sexual temptation. They recently released a clip from Every Young Man’s Battle: The Movie, which is only two minutes long.

And this clip has it all: A young man struggling with his pornography addiction; his dead-eyed support group; a ne'er-do-well friend who hangs out in the library to look at porn, and invites him over to watch “videos” at his house on a Friday night. His friend also uses the word “buzz juice” in reference to beer, which leads us to believe this clip was shot around 1954.
 


Also, the guy’s motorcycle. The horrible editing. It really is like a deleted scene from The Room.

H/T Death & Taxes | Screengrab via DeeprUnderstanding/YouTube

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