The Porn Debate

Sex and more so porn is a topic many may feel uneasy to talk about at work or with friends. Porn has been around for a long time and has been progressively getting more mainstream. Mystified organs leaking their secretions somehow always gets us going. The visual of the naked body produces feelings of excitement. Some may be more sexually oriented than others, but there’s no hiding the fact; we as a species enjoy sex and porn plays on these emotions very well. The feelings and the expectations of sex are artificially stimulated creating a gray area. There was a point in time when getting porn was harder for younger generations.

The internet wasn’t a thing and as connected as it is today. Three clicks and you’re on; One for your web browser, two (insert fetish), finally click on any of one of the billion sites Google suggests. Not to blame the technology that facilitates an easy lifestyle, it’s just the reality of the world we live in. The fact that sex is often a taboo topic among casual conversation doesn’t help break down our barriers. Some see it in a strictly puritan mind set. Sex is often taught to be a subject best kept out of our tongues.

However, that just transforms porn into an even more desirable forbidden fruit and pushes porn consumption into a secretive underground fetish. In a culture dominated by “more” over moderation, the truth is moderation may be the key. Take alcohol for example. You can enjoy a cold beer and not experience any negative consequences. However, start drinking in excess more often and you’ll become tolerant and need more to get that initial buzz back. Just like porn, you may not need too much stimulation to get things going but with time, you’ll need raunchier sex. Not to mention you’re probably not even getting the same play at home. Unless you’re the type of couple that sits and thinks of new ideas through porn, your relationship may suffer.If you aren’t getting the Tori Blacks, and the Lisa Ann’s of the porn world, your expectations for your partner will be through the roof on the physical level which in turn may affect mental growth, like said before sex is a powerful drug.

“If you want to be an athlete you rethink your smoking habit. A Greater supply of the stimulant equals diminished capacity”. Food for thought.

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