Monday, 23 November 2015

Revealing Facts About Pornography. Part 1


The word pornography is also known as Porn. What then is pornography? Pornography is the portrayal of sexual subject matter for the purpose of sexual arousal. Pornography may be presented in a variety of media, including books, magazines, postcards, photographs, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video, and video games.

There is an enormous divide between perspectives on porn in our society. Some say it is perfectly healthy and natural, that it can be a learning experience, helping you to learn your own likes and dislikes and those of your partner. Some couples use it to facilitate intercourse in an exciting way. It can even help to relieve stress when no available lovers are on our radar.
On the negative side, some say men who over-view porn while masturbating tend to experience porn-related erectile dysfunction. The idea is that they are pleasuring themselves too often, and therefore, when it comes time to be with their partner, they are unable to perform. Others say porn plays negatively into our body image issues and give us unrealistic expectations about sex. Elevated divorce rates, shorter attention spans, sexual deviancies, and even sex addiction have been blamed on such films.


Often, women feel threatened by porn and men feel shamed. Many a relationship has been harmed by a man hiding his viewing from his wife or girlfriend, only to have his secret interests revealed in an inopportune way. But other than that situation (which has much more to do with communication than porn), is porn really bad for you?

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