LOS ANGELES—We’re doomed. It’s just that simple. There is no compromise possible, no accommodation achievable, no peace on earth imaginable as long as people like former Victoria Secrets model Kylie Bisutti (pictured), of whom there seem to be untold millions, continue to believe that “a very high percentage of men fall into porn addiction through looking at their mom's or wive's lingerie catalogues."
The 23-year-old beauty, who left modeling in 2011 because it wasn't aligned with her Christian beliefs, is actually heartbroken “that images that I took in the past and things that I did in the past could have possibly brought men into [porn] addiction. It’s really a struggle and a hard thing for me.”
Porn also apparently played a role in her decision to stop modeling, about which she once quipped, "I quit being a VS model to be a Proverbs 31 wife." According to the Los Angeles Times, “Bisutti, who has been photographed for FHM and Maxim and was offered a gig in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue, said she decided to quit modeling soon after racey images from a lingerie shoot were uploaded to a porn site.”
Now Bisutti lives in Montana with her husband, mentoring young women about life’s perils, marketing the book she just wrote, I’m No Angel, about her ordeal as a “piece of meat” 2009 winner of Victoria Secret’s Model Search, and trying to get over her heartbreak at the thought that she is personally responsible for so many men being forced into porn addiction.
She’s not alone in her pain. The Wall Street Journal also is aghast at the “brain-altering affects of pornography” and the “countless studies [that] connect porn with a new and negative attitude to intimate relationships.” The real culprit, says the Journal, is the “repetitive viewing of pornography [that] resets neural pathways, creating the need for a type and level of stimulation not satiable in real life.”
Fortunately, reports the WSJ, “a no-shenanigans approach” to porn addiction is becoming the “new protocol," and offers as a shining example Utah’s Desert Solace porn treatment centers, which naturally offer a “spiritually-based” curriculum.