I included "logically-fallacious diversionary tactics" near the bottom of the OP image for a damn good reason. I hope that I won't need to paste it repeatedly.
The inaction of governments worldwide, especially relating to out-of-control pornography companies and industries, is responsible for mass suffering. It should be possible to mitigate that suffering without violent overthrow of any government, though. Governments are made up of people, and people can be replaced through non-violent means, or at least they reasonably can be replaced within a matter of a few years or less in western countries using methods built in to the power structures. Countries such as China, Russia, and others are a different story of course. Regardless, educating people most certainly should help to ameliorate the particular mass suffering about which I am trying to raise awareness and promote action against.
> You would think they would teach this stuff in sex-ed.
Sexual education programs seem to be quite lacking in many regions of the world, so some people may favor online sites, pornography, friends, etc. as sources of information instead. Worse still, plenty of people do not wish to think seriously about anorectal matters, so the ignorance about them isn't too surprising. Addressing that ignorance might be rather more difficult than addressing ignorance about other topics, though. Perhaps it ultimately can't be addressed due to the nature of the region involved along with many people's perceptions of it.
> Porn culture seems to be nothing but poison.
In this day and age it does indeed. I really don't think pornography itself is at fault though; it's not intrinsically bad. People make it that way.