A s film genres go, pornography is the most divisive; few art forms elicit such ardently different feelings from critics and fans. Now a new study suggests that pornography may actually physically divide people too, namely those who are married. And women who start watching porn are three times as likely to split, according to a working paper presented at the American Sociological Association on Aug. However, porn appears to have a less negative impact on marriage if couples watch it together.
Why couples should watch more porn
Why Men Watch Porn Even When Happily Married
Although most men acknowledge the fact that pornography is wrong, many believe the effects — if felt at all — are harmless or only a danger to themselves. John Buri, a psychology professor at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN, discusses the effects of prolonged exposure to pornography on the relationship between husbands and wives.
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Can Christian Couples Watch Porn Together?
Pornography use in committed relationships is on the rise. It has become a fixture even in relationships that appear blissful and idyllic. With the ease of technological access to porn constantly increasing, its use has become a significant issue for many couples. Whether you are are in a committed relationship or thinking about one, or you are a counselor, member of the clergy, or a therapist, here are 3 myths about pornography use among couples you need to know:.
Women watch more pornography after getting married, while married men watch it less, research has suggested. Researchers interviewed a hundred married men and women to establish how behaviour and attitudes towards sexuality change before and after marriage. Of female participants, 9 per cent reported viewing pornography before marriage while 28 per cent said they viewed it after marriage. The reverse trend was noted in married men; with 23 per cent saying they viewed it before marriage while 14 per cent viewed it after marriage.