Porn

I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that if you are a regular consumer of pornography, your sex life is not everything you’d like it to be. My guess is that you don’t exactly feel sense of overall contentment and peace when you’re done.

And women let’s not be too hasty in passing judgment on the men. Insisting on a better back story and having a textual description instead of graphic images doesn’t give us the moral high ground. If you have romance novels that fall open to “the good parts” because you’ve read those pages over and over, you can surely understand the attraction of pornography.

Now don’t get me wrong. Using porn or reading romance novels doesn’t mean you’re an addict, even if you do it regularly. I just don’t think it’s conducive to a friendly, satisfying sex life.

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