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8 ways porn will improve your sex life

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As Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz appeared to prove the other day – porn is everywhere.

It’s something that, thanks to the internet, is freely accessible, but that can be problematic for a number of reasons – porn addiction is becoming more and more commonplace and discussed to the point that subreddits like r/NoFap exist.

It can also be a healthy insight into sex and a way of releasing stress. These things are all about moderation.

So here’s a few ways porn can help your sex life.


 

1. New positions/acts

Porn isn’t really videos of two people having sex.

I mean, it is, but it’s like two people at the top of their sport. It’s like the olympics of sex and the orchestration of it is at extreme ends.

Acts are usually more out there than the average encounter , the genitals are usually larger than average encounter and everyone’s immaculately prepared for centre stage in terms of body hair and cleanliness.

With this in mind, you may see a position you haven’t tried before and think it looks fun.

 

2. Arousal

Watching with a partner could be a great way to start a session, or mimicking what you see on screen.

 

3. Breaking the monotony

Maybe you’re in a routine. The internet has a wealth of suggestions of how to break it.

You may need to by some equipment – it’s probably worth checking in advance.

 

4. Audio

The exclamations on screen are probably false, but they can have a very real effect on you.

Have it on in the background with a partner, or close your eyes and let the audio take your imagination.

 

5. Realising your kinks are normal (probably)

If this many people are watching it, you’re definitely not alone.

Although maybe keep an eye on the company you keep.

 

6. Exploring your promiscuity

If you’re in a relationship it can be a harmless way of exploring those impulses, perhaps even with your partner.

 

7. Setting yourself sexpectations

It’s healthy to have experiences you want to try, as long as you don’t pressure others into them.

 

8. What else are you doing on a Wednesday night?

Well?

 

HT Metro


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