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by Lydia Watson News Blog


Within the internet, it’s easier to find a screed about why you need to give up porn or why it’s ruining our kids, our relationships, and our lives than it is to read about potential benefits of porn. You can blame almost anything on porn, from the shortening of our attention spans to the rising divorce rates. Porn video, While pornography won’t be treating cancer anytime soon, it isn’t always as bad as the anti-porn frenzy would suggest and, in truth, comes with amazing benefits for porn users.

The benefits of watching porn

 

Because it’s healthy

 

Despite the many, many, many studies claiming that porn is bad for your brain and your relationships, there are just as many studies saying that porn does not cause irrevocable harm to the brain or your making love life-in fact, it might even be kinda good for you. Inside a paper from 2008, two Danish experts Gert Hald and Neil Malamuth concluded from a survey of 688 Danish adults that porn did not yield any negative mental or health effects. In fact, the experts found a positive correlation between the subjects’ porn looking at and increased sexual satisfaction, as well as self-reported benefits in other areas of their lives. And as for the old chestnut that too much porn viewing can lead to habit? The consensus is still pretty break up on that one, but some sex experts like Dr. Louanne Cole Weston believe it’s important to differentiate between an habit and a compulsion, in the same vein as compulsive nail-biting.

“People who say pornography is an obsession, they tend to come from the habit community and not always the field of mental health or sexuality,” Weston told me a few months ago. “They tend to say ‘This is dangerous, porn is fraught with danger. You better watch out, it’s a slippery slope.’ It was sort of the same as people in the drug habit community saying if you smoke pot, you better watch out or you’ll be doing heroin.”

Because sometimes it’s better than the real thing

Some nights you want to get dolled up, put on a freakum dress, and pretend to be a person who does not eat food out of the garbage long enough to trick a guy into having sex with you, but you don’t always want to put in the kind of effort that involves changing out of your pajama trousers. In lieu of being able to have sex with your subscription (in which case no one would ever leave the house), free Internet porn is the next best thing.

Those who are anti-porn might suggest that you use your one-some time to create your own erotic fantasy, escaping into the vast Blue Lagoon-like garden of your sexual imagination, but that’s not really the point of pornography. Porn is great for when you want your fantasies created for you; because let’s be honest, we’re not always that creative. For someone who writes for a living, my erotic reveries are shockingly dull, displaying all the playful imagination of a golf match. You can only picture George Clooney being bent over a table so many times before you beg to change the channel.


We don’t think pornography is a replacement for the real thing, but research has shown that having a healthy masturbation schedule actually makes us better sex partners-and partners in general. While being good for your physical and mental health (as EJ pointed out), it’s a way to continue making sure that your own sexual needs are being met outside of the bedroom, which is likely why it’s so common, even for those in associations.

“Surveys show that anywhere from 70 to 95 percent of adult men and women get it on alone, and, yes, that includes people involved in monogamous associations,” wrote The Frisky’s Erin Flaherty. “According to Kinsey research, 40 percent of men and 30 percent of women in associations masturbate. A survey of Playboy readers found 72 percent of married men masturbate, and a similar Redbook survey found 68 percent of married women do it, too.”

As Flaherty argues, watching porn in a relationship isn’t cheating, just like watching it when you’re single doesn’t make you immoral or perpetuate our singledom. It’s a necessary part of self-love. Besides, if you’re worried that porn might be ruining your sexcapades or your associations, perhaps they weren’t that good to begin with. -Nico Lang

Because it relieves stress

Life can be stressful, and from my experience, owning a stress ball does not make the complicated twists and turns any easier to deal with. Sure, practicing a few down-dogs and cobras may have helped me find my center, but just like sex, porn decreases stress as well.

When you are stressed your brain releases cortisol that blocks problem-solving and the ability to think clearly. In a study conducted by Carnegie Mellon University, men who flipped through pictures of naked women cut their cortisol in half and did a lot better on a math test.

Cool, right? Women also experience a decrease in cortisol, and of the 85 percent of women who say they watch porn to escape reality, 23 percent of them say it also relieves their stress. Watching porn is accessible, and it’s OK to end a very nerve-racking day in the comfort of your own home with a little erotica if you feel like it.

Because it could benefit your relationship

Watching porn with your partner can open both of your minds to new sexual possibilities. My last long-term boyfriend and I did not watch porn together, and once that ended (thank god), I found someone I felt more comfortable enough with, making it easier to communicate and have confidence in our sex-capades.

A lot of porn skews realistic expectations, but as long as you and your partner set practical guidelines and boundaries both parties are bound to be satisfied. From the study conducted by Ann Summers, 58 percent of women who said they watch porn with their significant other said it positively affected their sex life and created a safe space to ask for what they want.

When both parties are sexually confident in their relationship, they are probably more committed and less likely to stray (unless the emotional connection isn’t there, but that’s a different story).


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