Daily Mail 22 August 2016Family First Comment: “Assistant professor Dr Samuel Perry said: ‘Beginning pornography use between survey waves nearly doubled one’s likelihood of being divorced by the next survey period, from 6 per cent to 11 per cent, and nearly tripled it for women, from 6 per cent to 16 per cent. Our results suggest that viewing pornography, under certain social conditions, may have negative effects on marital stability.’” Married couples who watch pornography almost double their risk of divorce, researchers said yesterday.While it was once seen as the preserve of husbands, it now seems that wives are almost as keen on watching it as men.But viewing adult films or images comes at a price, with the researchers saying that women who start looking at porn while married are almost three times more likely to want a divorce.Their report comes after statistics last year showed that as many as one in three women watches adult content at least once a week, with the majority viewing it on their mobile phones.In the latest research, sociologists from the University of Oklahoma interviewed thousands of married adults regularly over several years.They found that porn negatively affects those in a happy marriage, the newly married or those from a non-religious home.But there was no increase in the probability of divorce among weekly church-goers because the social stigma of divorce was greater, showing ‘religion has a protective effect on marriage, even in the face of pornography use’.READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3752169/Why-porn-death-knell-happy-marriage-Married-couples-view-adult-material-double-risk-divorce.html
Press Association QPR boss Chris Ramsey admits it is a “concern” to hear other managers being linked with his job but has vowed to fight on at Loftus Road until told otherwise. Ramsey was appointed Harry Redknapp’s permanent successor in February but has failed to revive Rangers, who sit second bottom of the table after five consecutive defeats. Chairman Tony Fernandes is reportedly ready to turn to West Ham’s Sam Allardyce or Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe if QPR are relegated under Ramsey, whose contract expires at the end of the season. “If we can get four to six points from West Brom and Villa, that would be brilliant,” Ramsey said. “I think it’ll be very different to the past, it’ll need a low number of points (to stay up) this year. “We’re not thinking about that, as soon as we get our first win and start to get a bit of form, we’ll do well. “It hasn’t been going our way in front of goal at both ends and we need to take charge of that ourselves. “We haven’t had the bits of quality when it’s really counted. “This weekend we start again with a new challenge and a new mindset. Forty points? I’m hoping it’s going to be less.” “I think it (the speculation) is always a concern,” Ramsey said. “Looking at it from afar, from all the different managers, you always get that especially in the Premier League. “If you have a dodgy half, they’re talking about other managers. “Coming into this sport, I’ve seen this circus for years and I know when you come into it you’re going to have criticisms. “Some will think you’re doing the right thing and others won’t like you. “If there’s speculation about a new manager, I can’t take that on unless it becomes imminent and I’ve got to clear my locker. “It’s one of those things you expect in the toughest, biggest, most watched league in the world and I can’t control that sort of speculation.” QPR visit West Brom on Saturday and Aston Villa three days later in what appear to be two critical fixtures before a difficult run that includes consecutive games against Chelsea, West Ham, Liverpool and Manchester City.
… Gold is Money, Showstoppers, Bent Street pick up winsTRADITIONAL giants – Gold is Money, Showstoppers, Sophia, Bent Street and Back Circle – secured easy wins when the Inaugural Rio Indoor Streetball Championship continued on Thursday at the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.Gold is Money defeated Island All-Stars 6-3. Keifer Brandt scored a hat-trick in the fifth, eighth and 17th minutes while Jamal Pedro, Randolph Wagner and Phillip Rowley scored in the second, 10th and 14th minute respectively.For the losers, Quincy McDonald, Devon Hyman and Rory Lewis scored in the third, seventh and 15th minutes respectively. Bent Street crushed Avocado Ballers 4-1.Daniel Wilson, Colin Nelson, Pernell Schultz and Akel Clarke netted in the fourth, 12th, 15th and 17th respectively. For the losers, Cedric Osborne netted in the sixth minute.Showstoppers dismissed Future Stars 5-2. Delon Lanferman recorded a double in the fourth and eighth minutes while Lennox Wilson, Keanu Lawrence and Stephon Jupiter scored in the 16th, 17th and 19th minutes respectively.On target for the losers was Jamal Cozier in the sixth and 11th minutes. Also Sophia downed Gaza Squad 2-0. Elroy George and Mervin Morris netted in the fourth and eighth minutes respectively.The competition will continue today at the same venue. Island All-Stars will face-off with Gaza Squad from 19:00hrs, while Rio All-Stars will oppose Spot-7 at 19:30hrs and Stabroek Ballers battle Albouystown at 20:00hrs.In the fourth match, Avocado Ballers will oppose LA Ballers from 20:30hrs, while BV tackle Bent Street at 21:00hrs and Gold is Money lock horns with Sophia. In the final match, Sparta Boss face-off with Alexander Village from 22:00hrs.
ATLETICO Madrid forward Diego Costa is to face trial on June 4 for tax fraud.According to a court filing, Costa, 31, defrauded the state of more than 1 million euros (£813 000) by not declaring payments of more than 5.15 million euros (£4.19M) from his 2014 move to Chelsea.In addition, he did not declare more than 1 million euros in image rights.Prosecutors in Madrid want the Spain international to be given a six-month prison sentence and a fine of 507 208 euros (£457 128).Spanish law allows sentences below two years for non-violent crimes to be exchanged for a fine, so if found guilty Costa would avoid prison if he paid an additional fine of 36 500 euros (£32 896).Costa re-joined Atletico from Chelsea in 2017.The amounts Costa is alleged to have defrauded the Spanish government in 2014 are accurate using the currency exchange rates at the time.
Young Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery (5), who suffers from cancer, had his special night on the stadium of Sunderland right before league match against Chelsea.Doctors said to this five year old that he has only a few weeks of life, but he is indestructible. He recovered from cancer once , but unfortunately, the disease returned.However, Bradley is defying with a smile.He is a big fan of Sunderland and he earned well-deserved standing ovation before the game of his favorite club as a special guest. He took the players to the field and scored to our goal keeper Asmir Begovic, from the penalty area.Take a look at the VIDEO.(Source: faktor.ba)