Is there such thing as too watching too much porn?
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« on: December 09, 2014, 05:13:33 am »

Has anyone experienced porn negatively impacting their life, sexually and/or in general?
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« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2014, 06:54:19 am »

Speaking for myself .... it definitely ramps up your kink factor quite a bit. The same ol' scenes don't quite do it for you anymore after some time, and you'll find yourself 'craving' certain types of scenes, certain types of performers, certain kinds of action, etc. Masturbation (I'm assuming most of us are doing this as we watch) is an easy, normal, healthy method to satisfy a basic human need, and using porn as an aid is no different from good-old fashioned imagination (which I can still use, all by itself, to jerk off) .... the older fantasies are buried after a while for the new thrilling stuff, whether it's in your head or on the computer screen.

Though, I also find that this doesn't translate at all to sexuality in the real world. Vanilla sex of the type I have in my real life would flat out bore me in a porn video, but it's fulfilling and exciting to me in the moment. Porn is so much about the fantasy and "idea" of what's going on ... maybe that's why it's so visual and repetitive. Personal sex is about living it yourself, and the physical sensations, and whatever connection you have to the other person.

Sometimes, if it's difficult for me to cum while I'm with a partner .... I'll think about a porn scene I like a lot to speed things up, and go there in my mind's eye. That's about the closest I can say to "impactful" it has been on my actual sex life (this is a well-known phenomenon even decades ago, well before the Internet), and I collect and watch a ton of it, because my libido is huge and I can't practically have sex four times a day. ;-P

I may be more willing to try things in porn than I might have been otherwise, but only that which looks practical and non-harmful to me.
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« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2014, 11:08:25 am »

Speaking for myself .... it definitely ramps up your kink factor quite a bit. The same ol' scenes don't quite do it for you anymore after some time, and you'll find yourself 'craving' certain types of scenes, certain types of performers, certain kinds of action, etc. Masturbation (I'm assuming most of us are doing this as we watch) is an easy, normal, healthy method to satisfy a basic human need, and using porn as an aid is no different from good-old fashioned imagination (which I can still use, all by itself, to jerk off) .... the older fantasies are buried after a while for the new thrilling stuff, whether it's in your head or on the computer screen.

Though, I also find that this doesn't translate at all to sexuality in the real world. Vanilla sex of the type I have in my real life would flat out bore me in a porn video, but it's fulfilling and exciting to me in the moment. Porn is so much about the fantasy and "idea" of what's going on ... maybe that's why it's so visual and repetitive. Personal sex is about living it yourself, and the physical sensations, and whatever connection you have to the other person.

Sometimes, if it's difficult for me to cum while I'm with a partner .... I'll think about a porn scene I like a lot to speed things up, and go there in my mind's eye. That's about the closest I can say to "impactful" it has been on my actual sex life (this is a well-known phenomenon even decades ago, well before the Internet), and I collect and watch a ton of it, because my libido is huge and I can't practically have sex four times a day. ;-P

I may be more willing to try things in porn than I might have been otherwise, but only that which looks practical and non-harmful to me.

There's nothing wrong with porn.
it gives you ideas and as mentioned above, helps speed things up when needed.
honestly, it's just easy and less dramatic. and with the help of the internet, a lot more private
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« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2014, 07:53:51 pm »

i think too much of anything could be bad and could lead to an addiction.

go out more and socialize... so you can meet new friends.... who can join watching porn with u. haha :-)

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« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2014, 11:33:14 pm »

Psychologically speaking. No. Porn in itself is a good thing. Like real good and healthy  Cool

But there are cases where watching porn can have a bad effect on your life... If you tend to obsess about it, there is a real problem. But the problem isn't the porn : it's you.

Kinda harsh, I know. But most of the time when you let something eat your real life away it's because you need to offset something else...

But it doesn't happen everyday to everyon (people have others ways to compensate ^^)

You just need to ask yourself if you can spend a day or two without thinking about porn. If you can, no need to worry! If you can't... try understanding why!
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« Reply #5 on: January 01, 2015, 09:12:56 am »

NEVER
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« Reply #6 on: April 20, 2017, 03:35:55 pm »

Has anyone experienced porn negatively impacting their life, sexually and/or in general?

I think the impact, or excitement from watching porn can become diminished if you're watching a lot of it on a regular basis almost out of habit.  By that same measure, I think porn can be a lot more enjoyable if you take breaks or haven't watched any for a period of time.  Back in the days, I used to work at an adult book store and was surrounded by all varieties of porn and kink for 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week.  After several months, I really had no interest at all in watching porn in my free time.  Though it really didn't impact the frequency with which I was having actual sex with my regular partners at the time.

So, I guess my point is:  I think it's good if you're able to take a break from porn every once in a while.  It makes it better when you go back to it, and you'll find yourself getting turned on to aspects of it that you never noticed before.
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« Reply #7 on: April 21, 2017, 07:06:58 am »

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« Reply #8 on: April 24, 2017, 07:50:03 am »

I just let it play in the background.
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