Yes, but the idea of a "poem war" combined with the subject matter made it quite worthy.
That's good news for you, then.
Allow me to revise that to "internet life as observed on EvaGeeks." You're right; I don't know what you're like IRL at all.
I'm not sure if the access to porn really increases the rate of masturbation. I masturbated even more when I was younger before I had a computer. Has anyone considered that the stigma surrounding it might be decreasing and that that might be contributing to a greater admission and discussion of it (if not necessarily a greater rate in general)? In recent years it seems like there are more and more studies about its positive effects, especially the reports about it relieving stress and lowering the risks of prostate cancer in men.
Yes, porn addiction is a real thing, but so is sex addiction which certainly existed before it started being diagnosed. We may all agree that any addiction or obsession is bad, but the thing that makes it bad is when it starts becoming hazardous to yourself and/or those around you in some way. Saying I'm addicted to food when I eat three square meals a day makes no sense, any more than saying I'm addicted to porn/masturbation because I masturbate once a day to relieve stress, help me sleep, etc. makes sense. I remember watching a radio show once where a poor young kid called in scared to death he was addicted to masturbation when he was like 15 and doing it 10 times a week. To me, that's psychological and cultural rather than real addiction. It should also be noted that as our awareness of problems increases, our diagnosing them does too (along with a tendency to over-diagnose).