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"Honestly, it's probably one of the dumbest things I've ever seen in local network news, and that's saying something." "I swear, I've used the Internet for 13 years, and still insist half of this stuff is either made up or never used," wrote a Digg commenter. "It looks like a lot of them come from online sex chat rooms, and not just any chat rooms, but sadomasochistic ones." That explains the, um, very specific terms on the list, such as "NIFOC," or "Nude In Front Of The Computer," and "ILF/MD," which apparently means "I Love Female/Male Dominance." "I don't know most of this stuff," says Jason Parks, a 21-year-old junior at Arizona State University.And, according to the National Coalition for the Protection of Children & Families, 2010, 47 % of U. families reported that pornography was a problem in their home. If a teenager views Internet pornography, it can deform the pleasure centers of their brain, making it much more difficult to recover than older males who didn't grow up with the Internet. Weber says she sees teens and adults with erectile dysfunction because of Internet pornography, but that ED medications don't help, because they treat the organ, not the brain, where the problem lies.Having an Internet pornography addiction so young also has serious implications for society as a whole.Her tips include: Treating Addiction The good news is that Internet pornography addiction is treatable, but it takes hard work and time, like any addiction.With help from a trained mental health professional, Dr.

"Something that's being used on the West Coast, for example, won't be in the East, and the South may use terms that aren't common in the Pacific Northwest.

And the Midwest is just a hotbed of this sex chat-room stuff." Jansen's not saying that every teenager is using each acronym, but she insists all of them are things parents should be aware of.