In Defense of Pornography
Pornography is not the only touchy subject for both the media and, more generally, the public opinion, but somehow it’s a topic that receives the worst vibes all around. On one hand, the chunk of the media and of the population who want to take the moral high ground, claim that porn leads to impotence, and lack of intimacy altogether. They claim that watching porn makes couples grow apart, with men ending up suffering by a sheer lack of sexual arousal and even becoming “addicted” to porn material. On the other hand, those who would want to call bullshit on this, are lacking trusted data to settle this issue once and for all. There’s no need to go too much into detail as to why we’re lacking reliable data – people tend to not report their pornography-related behavior truthfully, and besides, with very few exceptions, scientists are not at all competing to look into such a disputed topic.
I found a handful of great neuroscientists and social analysts who have strong proof that watching porn every so often didn’t hurt anyone. You guys should check out this solid evidence that favors our porn-watching pleasure. One of these researchers is Nicole Prause of UCLA who, as a neuroscientist embarked on studying porn behavior in the laboratory. Briefly, what she and psychologist James Pfaus found is that the more porn we watch, the easiest it is to get turned on by less sexual explicit material. That is to say, porn makes us more eager to get hot and heavy with our partners, and seek more intimacy in our lives.
That’s great news, as it contradicts the popular misconception according to which watching porn makes us unresponsive to sexual stimuli (read: your average-looking girlfriend, or that mid-range escort you used to enjoy before wanking it like crazy at Sasha Grey’s latest movies). And this discovery is backed by strong data – Prause and Pfaus studied sexual arousal on no less than 280 men in Canada. So guys and gals, go ahead and enjoy your favorite porn, or stage your wildest fantasy. Our sexual appetite is, as they say, a renewable resource, and escorts know this best. More here https://www.eroticmonkey.com/blog/in-defense-of-pornography-40