How Pornography affects your sex life?

Now days, access to Pornography is very easy using internet. Everybody watches it or does some erotic stuff to get satisfaction. It is part of our private life. With single click you can find tons of pornography. If porn is introduced correctly it can help you improve your intimacy. Men and women both watch porn and have their reason to watch it. Prominent reason behind watching porn is self-stimulation by visual imagination.

Positive side of watching porn

Help you in enhancing sex life by giving you a mood to have intimacy. In this corporate hectic life, sometime we lack the motivation for intimacy. Few minutes of porn can excite you. By watching porn you can never let sex become routine stuff. As a couple you know very well what your partner enjoys. Soon things become predictable, viewing pornography help you in exploring territories which is exciting. Consider it as a teacher of sex, where you learn to do sex in different positions.

Downside of pornography

It depicts unrealistic images of both men and women. Especially women’s sexual activities are portrayed in negative way. They appear to immediately aroused, get orgasm easily even without penetration. In pornography, they usually show men lasting long than average performance time. It gives unrealistic expectation to couple when they get intimate. Once you are addicted to porn, later on your partner is not only one by which you get stimulation.

Porn increases instances of Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is common; there are different reasons behind it. When you have physical intimacy, you are involved in whole act of sex. You cuddle; kiss each other, do foreplay to get excited then you start penetration. But in case of porn, as you start watching you get excited it gives you no time to relax rather you penetrate or masturbate. Your body gets accustomed to easy ejaculation. It further increases instances of premature ejaculation. It will be good if you avoid porn otherwise these instances can turn into sexual disorder and you might have to consult sexologist.

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