FOXSexpert: 8 Signs Your Partner is Addicted to Porn

killadoob

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favourites menu?

no no buddie

newzxxx.com

no need to go surfin millions of sites for quality porn

that site has about 20-30 quality porno movies ever day :)

there is something like 100 porno movies made a week in the US

gdi i find it hard to believe u get laid twice a day man :), do you live with this girl?

used to like 3-4 times a week then you move in together twice a week, then you hit the 3 -5 year mark and your down 1 once a week 3 times a month due to the red river
 

Random717

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1. Your partner is not as social as he used to be.

He is excusing himself from activities, has unexplained absences, and is not able to account for his time. He has little interest in socializing with you or making time for others, including his family.
She's probably overworked... if you see pin pricks in her arms, find another one.

2. Your partner lacks interest in sex or is sexually unresponsive.

You’re noticing a decrease in physical affection and non-sexual touch. If you have sex, it’s because you are the one initiating it. Your partner is having trouble becoming sexually aroused (for example, achieving erection or having an orgasm).

Furthermore, your partner needs more and more stimulation to get turned on and release. He has developed a strong interest in sexual practices that seem a little out of left field. No matter what, both of you are feeling largely dissatisfied post-sex.
Duh, the more you pay, the more responsive she is... and they like unusual requests, keeps them interested.

3. Your partner is being uncharacteristically demanding or rough during sex.

You’re feeling pressured to engage in sexual activities that are either physically or emotionally uncomfortable to you. Your partner is using atypical sexual language. He seems to be objectifying you and he has no qualms about it.
sheesh, just log off and find another one...

4. Your partner does not seem “present.”

Your lover has become emotionally distant during sex. You’re starting to feel sexually rejected or neglected. In or out of the bedroom, you and your partner can no longer describe yourselves as emotionally intimate.
Again, if you don't pay for a private session, you're sharing her with many other people, all with their own demands... (emotionally intimate... wtf!?)

5. Your partner has started to nit-pick your appearance.

Your partner seems more and more concerned about what you look like, and if you’re sexually attractive “enough.” He might make cutting remarks about your weight or shape. He’s also making insensitive sexual comments, which make you feel like a sex object.
You're not paying enough... the good ones say what you want them to say

6. You feel like you’re no longer getting straight answers from your lover.

You suspect that much of what is being said these days are white lies. Answers to your questions seem vague and nonsensical. He’s defensive when asked about porn use.

Yet you are finding evidence of hiding, lying, and secretive behavior, including porn materials you didn’t know about. Maybe your partner maintains a private e-mail address, has his own credit card, and/or has an unknown cell phone account.
If I wanted to know what they did in their free time, I'd just stalk them...

7. Your partner is practically wed to the Internet.

He spends an excessive amount of time on the computer, often demanding privacy and/or changing his bedtime ritual. As a result, he has eye problems from spending long hours on the computer. He may also complain of back, wrist, neck or shoulder pain.
Again, if you pay enough, you'll find one that goes to gym and looks healthy.

8. You’ve noticed a change in your partner’s demeanor.

Your partner just doesn’t seem like himself. He has trouble calming down and sleeping. His moods and interests are different. It may even be to the point you’re wondering if his mental health is okay. Feeling like a “sex pervert” can lead him to negative emotional outbursts such as picking fights and holding grudges in order to justify his secret porn use.
You're overthinking things... if they feel guilty about what they're doing, they should get a different job.


Now it’s important to not put too much weight on any one of these standing alone. There are many people who have trouble getting aroused and it has nothing to do with explicit materials. But if you’re noticing patterns or a collection of the aforementioned, your partner likely has some major explaining to do.

If there is a problem, it will surface sooner or later. Whether a partner finds actual evidence, the user confesses, or somebody else – unintentionally or not – spills the beans, the one who has been wronged finally realizes what she’s dealing with. It is a horrible, powerful experience that rocks one to the core. Stunned, overwhelmed and confused, many do not know what to do. The longer and more intimate the relationship, the harder it is to process this news.
That's why there's such a variety... no need to get attached!

A number of sex therapists from the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists are capable of handling such situations. Porn problems have become quite common, and no one should go through recovery alone.
Sigh, can't wait for the day VR gets good enough for us to never be alone...
 

supersunbird

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I do still believe that pr0n should be outlawed completely.

It is not free speech.
And I believe chana considering postwhores should be outlawed completely. Pitty we cant have all that we want. :rolleyes:

Anyway, I like my porn, I was a shy lad when younger and I got no action, porn got me through the rought times. At least the first time I licked ***** (eventually) I knew how to do it properly and on and on.

killadoob said:
i need to orgasm way more than she wants to
Word. No girl I have met in real life would be up for sex each day, so either they accept the porn or they keep up with my demands or they can shove of...
 

medicnick83

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Porn in a relationship is fun, my previous ex was into that, learning and trying new stuff.

I can't see how anyone would rather watch porn than be with a woman... *sigh*
 
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