Lust is a psychological force producing intense wanting or longing for an object, or circumstance fulfilling the emotion. It can take such mundane forms as the lust for food as distinct from the need for food. Religions, especially Christianity, tend to draw a distinction between passion and lust by further categorizing lust as an inappropriate desire or a desire that is inappropriately strong, whereas passion for proper purposes is maintained to be something God-given and moral. Yetzer HaRa is often identified with Satan and the angel of death,  and there is sometimes a tendency to give a personality and separate activity to the yetzer. For the yetzer , like Satan, misleads man in this world, and testifies against him in the world to come.
A link to your survey was sent to me by a girl in Nepal who has been reading the arguments we've made on our anti-porn-addiction web site. American teens both guys and girls grow up trained by our sex-crazed society to see the female body as a vehicle for sexual enticement, rather than as a normal gendered embodiment of personal identity. God created nothing that will tempt us James , including beautiful female bodies, whether clothed or naked. As Jesus said, lust comes from within, not from without Mark , and He condemned, not looking on a woman, but doing so "to lust after her" Matt For the sake of your effective ministry to young and older adults both men and women , please, theologically re-think through these issues.
Meredith Chivers is a creator of bonobo pornography. The bonobo film was part of a series of related experiments she has carried out over the past several years. She showed the short movie to men and women, straight and gay. To the same subjects, she also showed clips of heterosexual sex, male and female homosexual sex, a man masturbating, a woman masturbating, a chiseled man walking naked on a beach and a well-toned woman doing calisthenics in the nude. While the subjects watched on a computer screen, Chivers, who favors high boots and fashionable rectangular glasses, measured their arousal in two ways, objectively and subjectively.
The woman has often functioned as a model, and also the object for the male gaze But with the public domain liberally dominated by the naked human form, more often than not the female human form, critics have been swift to question whether the museum is motivated more by commercial factors and whether the exhibition is designed for artistic reflection at all. It mixes overtly erotic pieces with themes such as love and betrayal, without rhyme or reason.