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pornography in a relationship Anonymous 55308

how do I cope with porn being present in my relationship? and to be clear- I’m not the one watching it. I know that being mad about it is childish, but I just can’t help feeling hurt. I know my partner is faithful to me, happy with me and loves me very much. Nevertheless, I can’t stop thinking about them watching other women’s bodies in those vulgar videos/pics…it seems so primitive to me… how to explain to myself that pornography isn’t the greatest evil in a relationship? literal me in the pic

Anonymous 55309

Demand he stop or break up with him, it's not worth it to feel bad like this.

Anonymous 55310

let him watch hentai instead of regular porn. Would that be fine for you?

Anonymous 55311

How many boyfriends do you have?
>literal me in the pic
How did you cross to the third dimension and does it work other way around?

Anonymous 55312

wellll, to be honest, he already does! we’re both into anime so I came up with watching some lewd ones together..any recommendations?

Anonymous 55314


>How many boyfriends do you have?
just one, I just sticked with “them” instead of “him” because I guess I wanted it to sound more general, dunno, practicing English skills gone wrong, I guess
>How did you cross to the third dimension and does it work other way around?
just a Sailor Saturn thing

Anonymous 55317


Today I will remind them

Anonymous 55322

Not that porn is okay anyway, but engaging with specific e-girls is different than just watching regular porn.

Anonymous 55324

Both are bad but can lead to the same thing dude finds favorite pornstar and subs to her premium on pornhub or something

Anonymous 55327

Ask if he is satisfied in the relationship. If he says yes, then ask why he feels the need to look at other women. Report back.

Anonymous 55328

This oozes of endorsing monogamy as a proper or natural state for humans.

Anonymous 55330

sooo let me ask you another question: would you all consider watching pornography regularly as cheating?

Anonymous 55333

I wouldn't consider it cheating but I would be grossed out and probably break up.

Anonymous 55335

Would break up immediately (hypothetically if they're my bf they don't treat women as a whole like shit and can use basic thinking skills to understand why porn is probably bad) it's not cheating but I'm not going to be with anyone who willingly supports the porn industry I don't want to help kids and women be raped lmao

Anonymous 55336

actually, we had an enormous fight over this today. He said he’s totally satisfied with our relationship. That the love and connection is what matters to him. That he can’t understand that ‘some fucking pixels’ make me so angry. Then added that he isn’t going to search pornography anymore. I didn’t get an exact answer for why he does that. I’ll try again though.

Anonymous 55338

Explain to him the ethics and ask if he's willing to risk watching a child or drugged woman be raped no normal human would say yes, especially if they're in a relationship, he's a man though so he probably won't empathize anyway so there's nothing wrong with having boundaries ask him how he'd feel if you watched huge cock giga chads around him?

Anonymous 55341

>he can’t understand that ‘some fucking pixels’ make me so angry
I would break up with him over this alone. He either isn't even trying to understand your view or is trying to gaslight you into thinking you are overreacting.

Anonymous 55344

Moids often do this because they lack any empathy for the female perspective and genuinely think we are just stupid when we disagree with them about anything they decided is "logical and rational."

Anonymous 55347

It's a stupid fucking argument too literally everything online is "some fucking pixels" does that mean everything ever posted is exempt from criticism?

Anonymous 55351

>Then added that he isn’t going to search pornography anymore
Press X to doubt. Based on the "pixels" comment he didn't make the slighest effort to understand or empathize with you. He only said he'd stop to get you to drop the topic, and is going to keep doing it, just way more discreetly. I've been through the exact same thing OP, the moid isn't worth it.

There's several ways this could go: 1) you mindbreak yourself into fully accepting his degenerate habit that inflicts great harm on literally every party involved 2) you don't, and just barely deal with him doing it as you feel your sanity and self-image eroding with each passing day 3) you convince him to understand your point of view and change his ways 4) you drop the motherfucker and don't look back.

1 and 2 are obviously shit. 3 sounds extremely unrealistic based on what we know from this thread, but if he's otherwise perfect, try reasoning him using porn critical studies and sources. If it were me I'd go straight to 4, though.

Anonymous 55362

The fact that he's calling other real women (possibly even children) just a bunch of pixels is a red flag tbh. Pornstars and prostitutes are people. He clearly gets off to dehumanizing them. Which is pretty common for coomers and porn addicts, tbh.

Anonymous 55372

during the night I came up with a few thoughts: i love him and don’t want to break up, but instead to figure things out. He genuinely thought I was gonna leave him the other night. But I feel like there is so many things worth fighting for…If he says he’s not going to watch porn anymore- well, I guess that’s what a trust in a relationship is for. But I’m going to continue on observing and if he brakes his statement and my trust, I’m leaving.
Thank you for your point of view, I needed to know if I was over exaggerating and old-fashioned in a way or maybe I wasn’t the only one for whom it all just didn’t seem right. It’s my first serious relationship and my first experiences in many different ways, so it just stresses the fuck out of me lol

Anonymous 55375

>However I say only one thing though:
Watching pornography without your consent is a type of sexual abuse
This is almost as bad as diluting the definition of rape until it's useless.


Anonymous 55376


>Watching pornography without your consent is a type of sexual abuse

Anonymous 55383

I’ll definitely read this, thank you for your help. I am very sorry for you, I feel like I only know a piece of pain you’re going through. I’ll definitely give you some feedback while I’m done reading! Prick your ears, Rabbit

Anonymous 55387

are all men like this? why do they need go watch porn and japanese pornographic cartoons/comics even when they have an active normal sex life? why are men like this?

Anonymous 55391


I'm pretty young and don't have my stuff figured out so I am only in this thread to try and understand others not to offer advice. But is the porn really the cause of the issue here?

It kinda feels like the main problem is men disregaring their partners well-being, wishes and insecurities.

Getting into multiple fights, only having sex once a month while he masturbates, those things sound like serious problems so are you actually working on them? Do you go to counseling or anything else or is it just a constant back and forth about porn?

It just sounds, for both the OP and you, that porn is a catalyst for way larger issues in the relationship.

Anonymous 55406

it's the porn.

Anonymous 55409

There are two reasons why a man would watch pornography. First, He is seeking intimacy by fantasizing about relationships with other women. Second, he views women as sex objects that he uses as tools to get himself off. Most men fall into the second category. Both are equally bad in a heterosexual monogamous relationship.

Wanting to find intimacy from another women is basically the same as virtual cheating, and it's easy to justify breaking up with a man who does this.

For the second bit, porn objectifies and dehumanizes women. The men who view porn start seeing women as consumable items and not as people. When most men see women in even titillating clothing, the "tool use" center of their brain lights up. They lack empathy in a way most women just cannot comprehend. They don't care that most of these women are abused and had terrible lives. They don't care if their porn is "ethically sourced". They don't care about the woman at all, just what her body looks like, and how much "use" he can get out of it. I find it hard to justify being with a man who views and consumes women like products.

Porn is like a drug in that the cycle of use is almost the same. These men are constantly searching for content that recreates their first high, or in this case their first orgasm. To do this, they have to seek out more extreme/novel content. It seriously damages their brains and perception of reality, but most will never stop because they're so short-sighted or simply do not care.

Here's the sad part… men don't actually give a shit about any of the damage their porn use causes. They don't care about the entire industry that is based entirely on the abuse and exploitation of women, and they don't care that the women in their lives are upset about their use. They only ever start to care if presented with the fact that porn damages THEM in some way. By shrinking his brain, or making his dick broken. Even then, most of them will make the sacrifice to keep consuming these "pixels on a screen".

Try these OP, they might get through to him.

I have dealt with an addict before, and unfortunately after getting redpilled on porn… it made me resent him in a way I wasn't prepared for. Once you understand how the male brain works you start hating them, all of them. My bf ended up quitting but I still ended up emotionally distancing myself to him and I know a breakup is right around the corner unless he does something to win me over. I don't see that happening, though.

Anonymous 55410

How did they prove that the "healthy volunteers" in the first study didn't consume porn? Were they trapped in a room for the study for months or did we just use the honor method?

Anonymous 55411

Men find it almost impossible to quit once they've started and there is nothing stopping them from escalating to the point of ruining their lives except their personal predisposition to form addictions.
Men are actual animals, and if they find a way to simulate sex they will ruin their entire lives over it if they have to.

Anonymous 55412

Anonymous 55413

Thanks for another study
Where did they find the "healthy control groups" for the study? Did they lock the men in a room for months or was it just the honor method when the moids said they didn't look at porn?

Anonymous 55414

mio honda walking …

>But is the porn really the cause of the issue here?
What you need to understand is that the current generation of moids has been molded into addicts at the age of 11 of younger by multi million dollar corporations that profit off sexual exploitation. If it were any other habit - one that doesn't insidiously prey upon their most base and powerful instincts - a good amount of those moids might have been more inclined to consider their partners' perspective. But it's an addiction comparable to a dependency on cocaine, and like good little addicts, they'll get defensive. They'll scream, cry, rage, and launch an entire arsenal of manipulative tactics against anyone who dares make them entertain the thought of giving up their precious porn. There's a reason the subreddit you quoted exists and thrives but not LoveAfterGamingAddiction, LoveAfterWorkaholism or any other bullshit variation. It is only after the moid makes a conscious effort to understand how immensely damaging porn is that he can begin to heal. But most will never even get to that point. Out of the already very small percentage that do, most will end up relapsing, maybe one or two will succeed, and I guarantee you none will give a shit about their habits' effects on anyone but themselves like >>55409 pointed out. Their brains have already been warped beyond recognition at that point. They'll spend the rest of their lives chasing another cheap high, spiraling deeper into degeneracy, and suck life out of any non-equally degenerate partner like a black hole.

The reaction OP described reads like a textbook case of cumbrained addict of the lowest kind. She brought up an entirely valid concern - who wants to bet that if she were the one with a daily search history of big black cock, he'd already have stirred a shitstorm of an intergalactic scale? But alas, he is now going throw a tantrum and do his absolute fucking best to convince her she's an overreacting childish hysterical bitch before he so much as admits to himself he might be at fault. His next line is probably "BUT EVERYONE DOES IT". If no further drastic action is taken, she's going to end up exactly like the thousands of women on that subreddit. I don't wish that upon anyone which is why I'm strongly urging her to consider getting the fuck away, the earlier, the better, or at the very least offering an ultimatum. It is vital that women stop enabling this kind of behavior.

TL;DR Yeah it's the porn.

Anonymous 55416

The chemical reaction of eating oreos is also comparable to cocaine, as much as I hate porn consumption, this seems to be a symptom of an even larger problem.

Anonymous 55417

Pretty sure if we want moids to stop looking at porn we just need to offer them something better, and no I don't think that's unrestricted access to sex. There's really no point in the majority of moids patterns and behaviors in modern society, so you'd need to actually incentivize them with something worth pursuing.

Also, you are going to lose almost every single argument concerning porn use if you use the "It's bad for your body!" since most men don't give a shit about their health in general. The "porn is unhealthy for you" has almost no effect on a high or low-functioning moid.

Anonymous 55418

Yet we don't have an epidemic of oreo cookie addicts prioritizing their chocolate wafers over close relationships and descending into madness as they seek out more and more exotic fillings since the regular flavor can no longer satisfy them. The reason porn is on a whole another level compared to other substances/behavior generally considered addictive like alcohol, junk food, and gaming is because it exploits the single most powerful evolutionary urge we have and takes much less 'rewiring' for it to become an addiction.

Anonymous 55421

The obesity epidemic is caused by several lifestyle factors, it has jackshit to do with addiction to a particular substance.

Anonymous 55423

Just as you have argued with food, the pornography epidemic is the result of several cultural factors and in fact has little to do with pornography itself.

Anonymous 55428

Rabbit here.
Did it ever occur to you that there are different types of sexual abuse and sexual betrayal trauma is a form of sexual abuse?
Sometimes I wonder if women are as pornsick cumbrained as moids.


Thank you.
I had no idea it was this bad. I knew he watched sometimes but not to the point that it would effect our sex life.
Yeah I did think about it but everything else is fine in our relationship. It’s just the dead bedroom due to his pornography problem.
The thing is he doesn’t watch it all the time either. He’d just rather jack off to porn than sleep with me.
Which is hurtful to say the least.
You’re welcome, babe.
Fucking based
It’s the porn. Especially cause men start watching porn at around 11-13 or even younger (but actually start using porn at around 11-13). It effects the chemicals in the brain differently so you can’t bond correctly with your partner. It’s what >>55409 and >>55414 said.

Buckle up ladies cause it’s only gonna get worse.
With VR headsets on the rise, pocket stimulators, and the onset of ai sex dolls we might just be extinct because men won’t give a shit about us sexually any more.

Anonymous 55430

Rabbit says: fucking based

Anonymous 55464

Women can absolutely be porn addicted coomers. Just take a good look at all the women yelling "SWERF!!!" and gaslighting you into thinking you're not a real feminist if u dont support sex work whenever you criticise porn/only fans

Anonymous 55473

Who is rabbit?

Anonymous 55485



Thank you Rabbit
We love you Rabbit

Anonymous 55512

Why would you want to cope with it? Tell him to stop. Every boyfriend I ever had gave up porn for me, when I asked him to.

Anonymous 55586

Try to come from a concerned stance rather than a moralistic one. If he has so massive a cope as "fucking pixels," he's probably addicted. Say you're worried because porn addiction literally makes you depressed and you…don't want him to be depressed? He'll say he's not addicted, but you should tell him to drop all kinds of porn (softcore, hardcore, drawn–everything: he knows what porn is) for 30 days to see if he even can. It's a test for him and he'll feel your concern and he'll feel in control for dealing with this.
If he says it's not bad for you literally just google it. It's been demonstrated over and over again that porn is harmful.

Anonymous 55830

Sorry to burst your bubble, but most moids would watch porn and still have enough libido.
If your moid went to a romantic dinner with you, had too much alcohol and couldn't perform, would you say he had to cut alcohol from his life?
If he watches so much porn that he doesn't find you attractive, what made him watch so much in the first place?
If he feels sexually frustrated, and knew you were unlikely to help, do you want him to find relief OTHER than porn?

Anonymous 55831

It's called masturbation, holy shit.

Anonymous 55832

It's pretty common for most men that use porn to exclusively masturbate to porn

Anonymous 55833

Common doesn't mean good. Not being able to masturbate/orgasm without porn is a textbook sign of porn addiction.

Anonymous 55835

As disgusting as moids are most don't have porn induced ED lmao

Anonymous 55836

ok moid

Anonymous 55838

Isn't rabbit a known schizo?

Anonymous 55840


>exclusively masturbate to porn
absolutely disgusting

Anonymous 55869

Make him stop or break up with him. Coomers aren’t capable of love

Anonymous 55876

Anonymous 55877

Why do you say that?

Anonymous 55878

She's probably talking about Dogisagi, the nazi spamming the art thread a while ago. Dogisagi's avatar is a rabbit so anon probably got her mixed up with the anon from this thread.

Anonymous 55881

why try to convince yourself of something that isn't true? don't try to suppress your intuition, because it's not okay for your boyfriend to seek sexual stimulus outside of your relationship, and it reflects very poorly on his view of a woman's role in society as well.

Anonymous 55884


If there are indeed two rabbits, they are both schizo-posters. This rabbit writes posts the same way Dohisagi does, just with better coherence (a good day for the schizo?).

Anonymous 55886

lol definitely not the same person and not a schizo.
Thanks for being concerned though.

Anonymous 55887

The monogamous society is the reason people get to be a selfish hedonist without being stoned in the center of town. I'm sorry if that sounds harsh but you gotta ask yourself who benefits more from people being selfish and "independent" in a consumerist world. Without a sense of community and responsability to others people are easy to manipulate and exploit

Anonymous 55889

Did I say I was concerned? I love schzioposters, they usually make great posters and this is a great schizopost. >>55482

Anonymous 56128

So, about the same as alcohol.
I don't see threads whining about why alcohol is destroying marriages and should be banned for everyone, and not just alcoholics who can't control their addiction.

Anonymous 56130


>banning alcohol
Lol they tried that in America, for the same reasons you mentioned actually.
Didn’t work and banning porn won’t either unless it’s replaced by something else

Anonymous 56131

don't get why women are so against their men watching porn. doubly so if it's just anime lol.
imagine getting mad over drawings on a screen…

Anonymous 56133

I don't think you're childish. He's literally ogling other women's bodies. Is it really THAT different from cheating? Let's be honest, if one of these women walked up to him when you weren't around and said "let's fuck", would he really say no?

Having said that, I think the modern moid has a sex addiction that literally rules all of their thoughts and behaviors. So it may help you to see him as addict. If he wants to get better, I think you should support him and forgive him for missteps along the way. It's probably going to be a lifelong struggle.

Anonymous 56134

It's not violence, it's torture. I don't know how anyone can bear to watch it due the sounds of women in pain trying to sound sexy. Can they not tell the difference?

What is it with Americans and "muh prohibition" anytime anything being banned is even slightly mentioned? Prohibition didn't work as it wasn't enforced properly. Learn your own country's fucking history before you parrot that tired point again.

Anonymous 56135

So you're saying polygamy is the natural state of man? No offense, but I don't think that's true at all.

Anonymous 56136

My aversion to porn is the reason I am still single. Its something I wont tolerate in men and since I know 99% of them watch it either openly or in secret, it means I can’t get a bf. I actually hate and resent men because of it and it makes me realize that men are literally incapable of being monogamous.

Anonymous 56137

Men watch porn with women crying and screaming and yelping because that is what turns them on, so much of male sexuality is all about hurting and exploiting women and girls. Fucking women, cumming on them, conquering them, these are all violent acts that impose on another being. Male sexuality is strange, the women they hate most are often the ones they want to fuck most. Male sexuality has nothing to do with love or tenderness, its about hurting and dominating and feeling power over another person.

Anonymous 56138

Men are perfectly aware of how much porn hurts their wives and gfs, they use it as a weapon on purpose to dread women into submission while gaslighting them into how it doesn’t matter because love and sex are separate to them. Whether that is their feeling or not is irrelevant. That’s like a guy saying him cheating is fine because it’s just sex and he didn’t feel any emotion towards the girl. Its still unacceptable to any non cuck woman,

Anonymous 56139

Oh, I agree. I've heard enough shitty moid excuses to last a lifetime. But my point is that IF he truly wants to stop (and thus recognizes how bad porn is), then he should be supported in doing so and forgiven if he slips up a few times along the way.

Anonymous 56140

I feel you, it's a wasteland out there. I've reached the point where I'll consider a man who wants to change. I actually prefer that to a man who claims they DON'T watch porn. I think those guys tend to be liars or have repressed sexual urges.

Anonymous 56141

You will never be a woman

Anonymous 56142

This. Ever notice how men always talk about sexual "conquests"? Their natural state of being is going around trying to dominate everything in the most degrading and sociopathic ways possible.

And what's really upsetting for me is seeing guys say that girls LOVE it when they choke them and spit on them and all that. I don't doubt that it's true, I just know that those women don't value themselves at all and are happy to be used and tossed away afterwards because that just confirms how worthless they are. Argh it makes my blood boil.

Anonymous 56179

You should look at SM sites profile proportions.
Yes, most males are dominant, and yes most females are submissive.
But it's far from 100%.
Also, remember that most slaves just did physical labor, but people didn't condemn the physical labor itself, but the slavery aspect.
The same can be said about porn.
Yes there are people being exploited, but I'm pretty sure the majority did choose it willingly.
Quite a lot of Japanese porn artists are women, and I fail to see how could they get coerced into doing it.

Anonymous 56180

Is there a term for masochism without submission? I feel that's what I have.

Anonymous 56181

I think that’s just masochism. I know pain causes endorphins so liking it isn’t the weirdest thing in the world.

Anonymous 56205

I know very few people on this board want to hear this but men can look at porn without it ruining their view of you or your sex life together. Looking at porn is pretty normal. If you are fixated on the idea that looking at porn is cheating… I don’t know how you are going to be happy in a long term relationship with a guy. Part of having a healthy sex life is being able to be honest with each other and if you’re forcing him to like hide looking at even the most vaguely naughty thing you’re setting yourself up for failure. If he feels like he can at least be honest w/ you about his sex stuff, that’s gonna make things better in the long term.

Also like… you only get so many major freak outs you get to have in an LTR before you just become too much to deal with (think about how you would feel if your partner had multiple meltdowns over something you felt like was inconsequential, like having lunch with a coworker). In a life long relationship you are going to have real struggles and problems where you need to ask a lot of him - it is not worth burning one of those slots asking him to stop doing something that’s relatively harmless.

I’m not saying your feelings are inconsequential here, just consider the possibility that you were raised in a society so obsessed with jealousy and monogamy that it’s convinced you porn is cheating when it just… isn’t.

Anonymous 56206

Personally I'd argue that "part of having a healthy sex life" is finding someone who has the same values as you, so if your boyfriend is a porn-watching coomer then you should leave him then and there. He can look for a similar-minded female cuck. Monogamy is not an unreasonable "obsession", it's a bare minimum standard.

Anonymous 56209

I told my boyfriend that I didn’t like him looking at porn and he quit completely. It was that simple

Anonymous 56213

In a world where the definition of ‘cheating’ has been expanded to everything from maintaining any level of friendship with an ex, texting any female friend, or just looking at a picture of a boob ‘monogamy’ becomes impossible and meaningless. Have fun panic scrolling your partner’s social media, instead of enjoying your lives, I guess.

Women have been fed a steady diet of unreasonable cultural baggage about ‘cheating’ that sells everything from movies to music to social media addiction to unbelievably stupid self help garbage and if you don’t get that some exec is benefitting off of your misery to sell you stuff, maybe consider it? Or call me a cuck, lmao, it’s all good.

Anonymous 56214

Lol mine current one just stopped when we got together without me even asking to.
This idea that men need porn to live and asking them to give it up is controlling is ridiculous. It’s a vice and it can be quit if they have willpower and something else to replace it. The problem is few men actually know how bad porn is for them and want to give it up.

Anonymous 56217

They are not fully aware of what they are doing while they are doing it. It's like fat people who are midway through a cookie before they realize they messed up.

Anonymous 56219

Just curious, what would you be willing to stop if your boyfriend asked you too?

Anonymous 56226

Break up with him so he can find a normal person to start a relationship with.

Anonymous 56229

I don’t have anything that I would need to give up. Some of us are normal, nonnie :-)

Anonymous 56232

Funny, that sounds exactly what scrotes say. Also, it's "normal" to look at porn, so, by your own definition, the scrote doesn't need to change because he's also "normal".

Anonymous 56236

There is nothing normal about porn consumption, and especially not in a relationship.

Anonymous 56238

I’m not sure I understand the schizo tangent that your second paragraph delves into, but I for one do not consider that "maintaining any level of friendship with an ex" is equivalent to cheating. In fact, I don’t think watching porn is cheating either; it’s just gross, distasteful and demeaning—all things you should actively avoid in a partner. I would also avoid a man who has so little self-control that he can’t surrender such a worthless habit. And before you argue that porn is useful (or god forbid, necessary), I’ll add that any person who is unable to function without porn is not worth the investment.

Anonymous 56241

I suspect male hands on that post anon

Anonymous 56243

"everyone who disagrees with me is a man" is one of the funniest copes on this board. As if having ovaries means inherently considering naked internet pictures a defcon 1 relationship crisis. Some of us are just over the age of 19, lmao

I guess if looking at any porn is an absolute deal breaker for you at least be considerate enough to tell the dude at the outset of the relationship so he can decide if it's worth it.

Anonymous 56251

I'm willing to believe quite a lot of the schizos here wouldn't consider having anal sex as sex, and as such they would protect their virginity for marriage or something like that.
Also, not all males have the same amount of libido.
Some would look at porn every other week in a relationship if they are feeling really pent up,
while others would be just fine holding on for a few weeks.
But if a male manages to not ejaculate for more than a month, he's either lying or lost his libido altogether.
If you think I'm lying, instead of asking about your SO, ask about your friends or friends of friends.
Your SO is very, very likely to lie to avoid hurting your feelings and the endless arguments about it.
It's pretty much impossible to catch them doing it if they actually don't want to be found.
All they need is a 5 minute break in the work toilet.

Anonymous 56252

Yeah well. It still can be an issue in a relationship. When a dude won’t fuck his SO because he’s too busy being a drunkard bc it’s easier than facing reality. Fucking duh.
See, anything can become a problem.
Unless it's actually affecting your bedroom, you shouldn't worry.
Or is drinking beer once every Sunday a deal breaker as well?

Anonymous 56253

>But if a male manages to not ejaculate for more than a month, he's either lying or lost his libido altogether.
>source - my ass

Anonymous 56259

If your boyfriend is always jerking off instead of having sex with you ever, you have worse problems than porn and fixating on his internet habits is just a scapegoat. Consider that you aren’t having good sex, or aren’t prioritizing each other’s needs. Ask him what he wants, and encourage him to ask you. Good sex is something you work at but once you’re having it, it adds a lot to a relationship.

If sex isn’t a priority for you or you don’t have much of a libido, being cool with him using porn and taking care of himself is doing yourself a favor - he’ll be less frustrated and there will be less pressure for you to do stuff with him when you’re not feeling it.

Anonymous 57257

Try making him read this

Anonymous 58418

fran explains (2).…

tell him to read the easypeasymethod.org and quit porn for good. hell, read it with him, it helps. If he refuses, dump his ass.

Anonymous 58419

Yuck, this reeks of "it's your fault your bf has a porn addiction". "Good sex" like you said requires communication of both of their needs, but being addicted to porn is definitely one of the reasons for terribly bad sex. Porn isn't real sex. The things he sees being done to women in the videos are probably not things that actually bring pleasure to women in real life. He's probably desensitized because of all those images, and nothing she could do would bring his senstivity back (and she doesn't have to attempt to do it either).
Tell him to stop watching porn for a while and discuss what issues could be in the way of you two having sex. But porn is definitely an independent issue here.

Anonymous 58421

Probably, probably, probably. Porn can be a problem but it isn't always. It's one thing if he's wasting money on it, comparing you to the women in it, or literally constantly picking jacking off to porn over sex. It's another if sometimes he just isn't feeling like having sex with you. I do the latter to my boyfriend every once in a while and I don't even use porn. Sometimes you want to get off but sex is too much hassle. There's no lack of sensitivity. Masturbating just takes less energy than sex. You can spin that as being lazy I guess but the way people here view porn is a bit excessive.

Anonymous 58422

>or literally constantly picking jacking off to porn over sex
That is the issue here though.

Anonymous 58426

>I discovered porn at a very early age, and I used to be convinced that despite that, I turned out just fine, which was obviously not true. Even though I think all that shit should disappear and people should have healthy interpersonal and romantic/sexual relationships again, I'm still into drawing and looking at pornographic drawings and I don't think that's going to change anytime soon. At least now I don't watch disgusting live-action shit or depraved hentai anymore so I think I'm making progress.

I'm sorry to ask a stupid question, but who is this mythical person that wasn't exposed? Some Amish kids? Like, who is the control group for all these analysis concerning porn exposure? Especially for men, or are we drawing post-hoc conclusions just based on general social movement?

Anonymous 58428

porn is bad and your bf shouldn’t watch that shit while in a relationship with you. it’s borderline cheating and whoever disagrees or encourages watching it is a degenerate, fuck off

Anonymous 58429

regardless if anyone is in a relationship or not, it is degenerate

Anonymous 58430

My problem with any of these studies is you a need a control group. Without a control group you have literally nothing to go on because there's nothing to compare and contrast. Where is the mythical young man never exposed to porn? I suppose with equal scarcity, who is the mythical young woman never exposed to porn? If these people can not be brought forth in a control group, I can't determine how much of this is actually true, or for example here >>58425 how much of this comes from "porn addiction" specifically, and not, say, sex addiction, which was an older term for similar problems? How would anyone know the difference with no control group?

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Anonymous 58604

For me the insecurity comes from knowing my body doesn’t look as good as the girls in porn. People (especially scrotes) will tell you just grow up, get over it, stop being insecure etc. But literally everybody feels insecure when their partner is ogling and sexually fantasizing about other people who are more attractive than them, this isn’t just a female thing, it’s a normal reaction. I hate when men gaslight women into accepting being a cuck, and it’s hypocritical as fuck, as men are particularly insecure about their bodies and faces and dicks too. You will often see men seethe just at seeing a cute young pretty actor on tv or something. Seriously, boomer men bitch constantly whenever they see someone like Timotei Charmander or those BTS dudes on tv. And you know it’s pure jealously and insecurity. Young me are insecure as hell too. You can’t mention a singer or actor without them getting uncomfortable or bitching him out and why he’s such a fag or whatever. At the same time, those dudes have a right to be jealous, especially if their gf or wife makes no secret about how much more desirable those men are than him. I hate how men want us to just suck it up and be cuckqueans about it. But they can bitch and moan as much as they like just because I said I liked a song by BTS.

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