what this? sorry… invalid, firstly you already shoved this under the 'addiction' umbrella (which we've dealt with) and secondly this can apply to any addiction not just porn addiction, so no 2nd point
Judging from your stance, I believe you refute the second point.
Porn can be addictive. Porn addiction has far less impact on people than lots of other addictions, that goes for all people including minors.
The 'far less' argument.
If you are referring to your own experiences with porn when you were young as a rule/evidence or proof, it can not be applied as a general rule. Each case and individual are different (personal values, individual susceptibility, presence of a support system).
In this thread alone, by self admission, there are two different statements. Just because you didn't have a negative experience does not mean no one else did. Further more, the existence of negative experiences means we can not simply dismiss the impacts of porn exposure to minors altogether.
The 'impact' argument
People suffering addictive disorders are generally in denial of it. Left undiscovered and untreated, it becomes harder to treat. It might not be directly (physically) harmful, but such behavior can cause problems in various aspects of life. This is the impact of addiction.
It is different to the impact of the addictive materials itself. Consuming too much alcohol/drugs will have physical impacts even if you haven't consumed them before (and thus is not addicted to it)..
The 'compared to other addiction' argument.
Unlike other addictions (eating disorders, internet/computer usage, gaming) porn addiction in minors has definite, legal ramifications. I believe many countries have laws governing the production, sale/distribution and to some extent, consumption. For a minor (someone below the legal age - 18 years old generally), watching pornography is a criminal offense.
Typically first time offenders (those actively seeking pornographic materials on their own volition) will only receive a reprimand. Second offense (basically, repeated) are generally viewed as a more serious matter. It can be an indicator of addiction, implying the inability to control behavior/impulses. More serious is the possible disregard for law and/or law enforcement.
I find that last post intriguing though. You say 'this can apply to any addiction not just porn addiction' and yet uses it to say that porn addiction is different than others.