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49 COMMENTS

  1. Me and my wife have been watching porn for 20 years and our relationship hasn't declined, just cause you have a weak mind and get addicted easy and is insecure doesn't mean porn is bad.

  2. When my boyfriend and I got together. I would see it on his phone. His computer. Everywhere. At first I didn't say anything because I was scared that he wouldn't stay with me when I told him my views on it. Finally one day about 3 months into our relationship I was fed up and I told him I didn't like it. He agreed to stop but he struggled as he was addicted to it. He joined no fap. Its been 3 years and he hasn't watched since. Our relationship and sex life got better and better and still does. After talking to many other woman. Many woman agree with these veiws.

  3. There's plenty of people out there who can separate porn from actualy sex and pornstars from actual people. Just because you are or have experienced someone who can't do that doesn't mean it's bad. It means we should educate people on what unhealthy looks like so people can recognise if they are the type of person who can't maintain a healthy relationship with pornography.

  4. This is a difficult topic. I don't think simply saying sex education will fix the issue will solve anything. It is difficult to say what amount of exposure and education is healthy and "correct". A person's sexual desire and exploration varies vastly person to person.
    I find it difficult to say "this is wrong" and "this is right" when it comes to the topic of sex, because at certain point this becomes shaming someone and that is far more harmful to a person than just watching porn.

  5. If someone says they have never watched porn u probably can’t trust them. Then, if they say they’ve never masturbated u definitely can’t trust them.

  6. I am anti-porn, by having treated someone I love as an object because of porn ideas I have watched. And the hypocritical view I hold of my friends father, in whose computer we first saw porn, who holds and image of perfect family and a great family father and church goer. So I think there's no good in porn, since it objectifies and turns a person from a dignity holding subject, to a means, an object of pleasure. I think there's no ethics at all in it. It's a business, for making money.

  7. as a guy, porn targets and holds a male mind once you start hitting puberty. As a man can never understand childbirth, a woman will never understand how strong a male sex drive is. Think about it, we have fought entire WARS over just spreading out populations and who to procreate with. Theres a reason why the phrase Rape and pillage is a thing because animals have always raped and pillaged the rival, like lions. When two male lions get into a fight its mostly over one trying to steal another's pride and if that lion loses and dies, the rival kills the cubs and take the lionesses for himself or he kills them if they refuse, so this high male sex drive to further procreation seems to be baked into the fundamentals of animal species in general. Humans have found a way to experience as much sexual gratification as possible and unfortunately men are a high target from this and its hard to get rid of because you are literally wired to spread your DNA to better the species… I could probably describe a porn addiction to feeling like your constantly hungry and can never feel full or satisfied unless you cant even do anything anymore sexually like erectile dysfunction and whatnot. We live and a strange time in human history indeed…

  8. I think what happens to a person mentally from general porn is due to their perspective, what they have learned about sex, and upbringing. A highly religious person in a highly religious culture is likely going to have a lot of negativity in the experience. For a few reasons. Sex is often not talked about enough, not nearly enough. It is generally taught that porn is a sin. The culture is generally centered around the same ideas and the perceptions all run together, which makes it a breeding ground for shaming and hurt feelings, meaning the reality of the community is based off the religion. Perception equals reality, so how can it be anything but negative if the collective views it as wrong or bad or problematic? A religious man with urges will indulge in it addictively. And a lot of times the wrongness of it ends up being attractive. "Forbidden." To a religious woman they will probably get offended and hurt if their man is viewing porn, even if the man hates that they watch porn themselves, and want to quit but can't because of their hormones and neural pathways created, meaning a coping method. A woman who watches porn and grew up with it not being a bid deal is obviously not gonna be too hurt over it or offended, and may even participate. I think it all boils down to perception of sexuality and morality in conjunction with other people and their views on the same subject, or in other words their interactive environment. People who think they are not supposed to be doing what they are doing are far more at risk of negative emotions and actions and consequences than someone who is actually fine with the activity in which they are participating. I may be religious, but I have learned to be independent of the culture. I am myself, and I choose how I view any given thing, even if I had been taught to view something critically, I can take a step back and dissect things, and make my own educated guess based on info from any and all sides I can glean it from. I am not restricted to or by my religion, I reconcile to myself alone. I do what I think is right, not necessarily what I am taught is right. I think for myself. All it takes is a paradigm shift on either side to understand more of the whole picture. Most of us operate on only part of the picture, a fragment with a skewed perception on anything outside that fragment.

  9. PORN shouldn't be free!!!!!!!!!!!! The internet is very easily accessible to PORN regardless of parental intervention. Kids are very smart and adaptive to technologies to bypass parental controls. Plus they are curious! I prefer the playboy generation than pornhub generation. Playboy generation were pictures….Your minds wiring is different between seeing pics and seeing videos and acts.

  10. when the dude spoke about how porn gave him the sexual expectations in his relationship, i can only imagine how many potential relationships that had been destroyed by porn in the same. The cons in my opinion, out weight the pros. It is an overall toxic industry that especially in long term, will negatively effect society as a whole, emotionally and physically.

  11. "At 8 years old I was cutting myself because I wasn't comfortable in my skin."

    That's an extreme reaction from an 8 year old. I'm thinking he was molested as a child and that's the reason he decided to inflict self-damage on himself.

    "Porn is a great educational tool."

    Ummm……nope. Porn has as much educational value as Captain Marvel or a Star Wars film. Because if porn is indeed educational, then every black guy has a 9-inch dong or you can blackmail your family members for sexual favors, cheat on your spouse and basically rape someone and it be ok.

    Porn is a fantasy, nothing more.

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