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Originally posted by Gazrok
For one and two, I suspect it would depend on your definition. Some might view erotic novels to be porn, to others, paintings of nudes are porn.
I've always found it curious that people deem it perfectly fine for children to look at nudes, as long as the painting is a few hundred years old. The same painting done today would be labelled "pornographic".
If we include the novels I mentioned, then I'd say men and women are about equal in their affinity for porn. "Addicted" is a pretty harsh term though, and would imply they couldn't get along without it. I doubt that's the case with the majority.
As to the third question, perhaps it somewhat shapes it, but I think we usually can distinguish between fantasy and reality here. I mean, in fantasy land, I'd love to have a foursome with 3 gals, but in the real world, can you imagine the stress of followup with those 3? You'd call one, they'd get jealous, etc.....issues, issues, issues......
Originally posted by MauiStacey
my exhubby is a porn addict. He wanted sex alllllll day long everyday. He cheated on me and wanks off at work all the time. He wanks every chance he gets, in the car, at work, in a closet at home. LOL it never stopped. I have no idea how he gets away with it at work.
When a man wants to wank, he can always find a way!
The feeling of orgasm can become an addiction stronger than any other drug because of it's short lived nature, thus a man must wank and a woman must fiddle whenever the urge arises.
Originally posted by Bikereddie If they are happy and consenting, then there should be no problem.
Originally posted by IKnowNothing
It's interesting that this thread came up.
I don't like to look at porn, but I do. I can't wait till that moment of Bang and then I can stop and close all the little Internet Explorer Windows. So I have some questions.