Porn, Love, Relationships

To Watch or not to Watch [Porn]

To watch or not to watch porn, that is the question.

Could porn be the reason for guys aren’t able to talk to women?

Let’s go back in the day.

When you were young naked bodies didn’t come easily.

You had to watch National Geographic the show or the magazine to look at females naked.

There was always soft porn and that is if you had cable.

If you didn’t have cable you had to try to capture the look between the different colors of squiggly lines, that wasn’t fun.

So what are you left with?

Finding your dad’s VHS tapes which was dangerous.

The only way for you to get a peek is to go out and talk to girls.

Touching yourself although natural didn’t get the job done because you were always wondering what girls felt like.

A look within

For some, your inquisitive mind came early and thus led to early experimentation.

The point is this: you had to learn to talk to girls if you wanted to get your feelings wet.

With the introduction of internet porn this is available whenever, where ever, you get the feeling. You’re supposed to go talk to a girl but because of internet porn, you can avoid it.

Are you’re really going to blame visualizations

This is because of a unique feature of our brain called visualization.

With the visualization, you can place yourself in the shoes of the guy and pretend you are him in the video.

If you start out this way when you can’t handle his weight it will create anxiety, gun shyness or worst of all an addiction.

These tapes create scenarios in which the guy talks the girl into doing crazy things.

You’re not learning anything from that.

I mean you can learn technique but that only works if you practice it.

That, in my opinion, is the point of porn, ideas that lead to practice.

Is this a women problem too

Ladies you aren’t excluded from this conversation.

You have another form of porn it’s called social media.

You stay up to the second on all these sites.

There are your friends who paint this picture of a perfect relationship, which you desire.

There are your friends spewing all of their hate towards men, which you empathize with.

Oh and there’s the women who constantly update these sites with quotes of what they want, how they want it, and what they will do when they get it.

You’re on these sites like they are the new soap opera, this does not help you in the field.

You’re looking at all your friends being married off, courted off, and you’re saying to yourself why can’t that be me.

Now you’re depressed

Forcing relationships that aren’t relationships because you think you are in one based on the clues Facebook gives in a post about the 100 ways to know you’re in a relationship.

YOU’RE NOT IN ONE because your expectations are too high based on this misinformation.

You want a guy who drives a Maserati, has his own business and whatever else you determine materialistically that is enticing based on what the internet porn social media site of your choice tells you.

You have to leave your house or lift your head out of the phone for men to know your gorgeous.

Summary

Porn, whether on the internet or social media, sets unrealistic expectations of what a relationship should be all about. Because of the porn you watch you think that two seconds after talking to her she’s supposed to open her legs and start doing all this freaky shit or you think that’s supposed to be the making of a great relationship.