what? statistically that isn't true, women still use porn a fraction as much as men do on top of that. it's harder to find a male non porn user than the other way around.
few of us actually expect our partners to never be attracted to anyone else, but someone who is constantly seeking out other partners or using porn, that's not normal. Porn isn't nature.
I love that you think it's the same exact thing as finding other people attractive, or that fantasizing is literally the same as porn, though, it really says a lot.
>porn is harmless
ok, you think porn in the capacity it exists in modern society is 100% natural and normal, with sites like pornhub having had millions of rape, cp, and abuse vids actually on it–of which behind the scenes it was pretty much known…it's just no one cared until money was at stake.
this is completely normal, and something that almost all porn watchers essentially condone with feeding into the industry. the porn industry pretty much systematically chews up and spits out the women in it with PTSD, drug addictions, and several times the likelihood of being murdered.
porn affects the brain in a very, very different way than simply looking at a hot person.
porn harms the prefrontal cortex and causes addiction-like changes to the brain EVEN when someone isn't addicted to it–it's wild shit. there's even stuff like how viewing porn before trials makes male judges way more lenient on rapists. porn makes dumb men more sexually violent (at least in the short-term) on average. most porn isn't vanilla nor natural, and tends to not be showing natural and tends to be a brutal, unrealistic depiction of sex. porn slowly desensitizes the brain to normal stimuli, which leads a lot of men to increasingly compare the women they're with to porn stars (obviously not all men but it's pretty common).
monkey see, monkey do.
the orgasm/satisfaction rates for straight women are often in the shitter somewhat because men are pretty much primed by porn to take a voyeuristic role instead of being truly intimate with their partner, and men are increasingly resorting to beating women to get off as well as doing other things, like anal…
…of which they personally admitted to across the internet that the "turn on" is making their gf feel horrible.
the top searches for porn often include sexist, racist, and in general pretty creepy shit, because, again, the light stuff becomes boring once someone becomes a user.
well, at least I'm not one that thinks a copy-paste redditor talking point is true.
in any case I am aware this is a complete waste of time to write up, owing to, again, how you think someone that doesn't like porn = being able to find other people besides their partner hot.
if you just ignore the science on the subject…fine. but please understand how wrong it is to bully people that just don't want someone that is dependent on what is pretty much the media-equivalent of doing drugs.