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    Yes it's right.
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    Yeah, it's fine. We all have needs and we can't expect our significant other to always fulfill them. Porn just allows people to work out sexual tension but their relationship with their partner is about something deeper and more emotional.
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    (Original post by jblackmoustache)
    You buy girls drinks :confused:

    Don't you realise you're being suckered? Girls go to bars practically skint and get drunk on the drinks guys buy for them.

    They get nothing in return and deserve to anyway. Whoever heard of bulging muscles and a glass of 'Sex on the Beach' as an icebreaker? :rolleyes:

    Looks play a part, but in the end. It's all about charm and knowing what to say.

    I never said I buy drinks for girls. I just said he couldn't buy drinks for the girls I get.
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    (Original post by Laura-Robbie)
    i think your the one who needs to stay quiet because your the one who is creating the scene. you seriusly need to think about how you treat people. and as for my own business this happens to be a forum and so if you write something on here then of course people are goign to write about it


    How am I the one creating this scene? He's the one who came on here and called me sad. I treat people with the same amount of respect they give me.
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    tbh that was said a while a go and the forum has moved on from now so can you just move on too
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    Porn is about being sexual by yourself. It has nothing to do with how much you love your partner or whatever.
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    (Original post by Installation)
    *ahem* QQ,QQ,QQ

    Anyway, I think you'll find the rate of porn watching in men is ridiculously high (saw on bbc news that scientific studies basically say that all men do *shrug). However if you need to delude yourself then that, it perfectly fine.
    Good god you're an idiot.

    I'm well aware that alot of people watch porn- and, funnily enough, alot of women also watch porn. And ''scientific studies show that all men do''? Um, right, so, the ONLY way that could be proved is if you asked every single man under the sun. Which is impossible.

    Statistics and crappy social studies do not bestow you with the right to make assumptions about people you do not know.

    It's logical everyone has watched porn at some point in their lives- however regularly watching it is a whole different matter.
    Not EVERYONE (or every man) watches porn. Why should I compare my relationship to a bunch of stupid statistics? This is my relationship, and my life, and I have control over both, reguardless of how possible you think that is. I also know relationships similar to mine- do you really think relationships are that rife with lies and pronography? What a sad existance you lead.

    I am not ''deluding'' myself- I spend a large amount of time with my partner, we own a very open and honest relationship, and I also have access to his laptop. What goes on with other sad men is none of our business. It sounds like you're the insecure deluded one if you feel the need to try and convince an absolute stranger otherwise about their personal affairs. I would never lie to my loved one and I'm likely to have formed a relationship with someone who feels the same. So, are you implying all men are lying cheating grotbags fwapping away every night? Speak for yourself, please.

    Every relationship is different and I know men who don't need to watch it. So bloody grow up, will you? There are also people who reckon ''all guys cheat on their girlfriends'' but the scarce few we all know are the ones who continually prove otherwise of the whole stupid stereotype.
    I suggest you learn to treat others with more respect, and never again to attempt to compare a stranger's someone's personal matters to a stupid study- or a flimsy notion you have. Funnily enough what you think or ''know'' does not apply to everyone.
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    Nothing wrong with porn to be honest.
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    Right is it porn?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    If you are in a loving and long term relationship is it right for the guy to still be watching porn? It just seems a bit odd they love you and yet they watch other women and god knows what else , If they went and did this to another woman in the street it would be classed as cheating but watching it is okay? is it time us women said no?????? help im confused!!!:eek3:
    Hmm, I think I would be slightly disturbed if my boyfriend still watches porn as often as he used to back when he was single, because why would he still watch it if I'm around and we basically have sex daily, right?

    However, I don't mind if he watches it occasionally, even when I'm around, and I especially don't mind if he watches it as often as he likes when I'm physically not around.

    In short, I don't think it's cheating, no. It's just a visual stimulus; like watching a movie with an especially raunchy scene, except that this is a video with just sex.

    I don't know about you but I watch porn as well sometimes when I need something to get myself excited :o: . So, my boyfriend could have turned around and argued the same thing.

    So, to answer your question, watching porn is an acceptable thing for men to do. However, I don't agree with the whole "objectification and exploitation of women" thing. So, yeh, it is a dilemma indeed.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Good god you're an idiot.

    I'm well aware that alot of people watch porn- and, funnily enough, alot of women also watch porn. And ''scientific studies show that all men do''? Um, right, so, the ONLY way that could be proved is if you asked every single man under the sun. Which is impossible.

    Statistics and crappy social studies do not bestow you with the right to make assumptions about people you do not know.

    It's logical everyone has watched porn at some point in their lives- however regularly watching it is a whole different matter.
    Not EVERYONE (or every man) watches porn. Why should I compare my relationship to a bunch of stupid statistics? This is my relationship, and my life, and I have control over both, reguardless of how possible you think that is. I also know relationships similar to mine- do you really think relationships are that rife with lies and pronography? What a sad existance you lead.

    I am not ''deluding'' myself- I spend a large amount of time with my partner, we own a very open and honest relationship, and I also have access to his laptop. What goes on with other sad men is none of our business. It sounds like you're the insecure deluded one if you feel the need to try and convince an absolute stranger otherwise about their personal affairs. I would never lie to my loved one and I'm likely to have formed a relationship with someone who feels the same. So, are you implying all men are lying cheating grotbags fwapping away every night? Speak for yourself, please.

    Every relationship is different and I know men who don't need to watch it. So bloody grow up, will you? There are also people who reckon ''all guys cheat on their girlfriends'' but the scarce few we all know are the ones who continually prove otherwise of the whole stupid stereotype.
    I suggest you learn to treat others with more respect, and never again to attempt to compare a stranger's someone's personal matters to a stupid study- or a flimsy notion you have. Funnily enough what you think or ''know'' does not apply to everyone.
    I'm guessing you've never come across a delete history button.
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    quite a few poeple have suggested watching it with him, is this a good idea, also i dont really watch porn coz im not that keen on naked women i prefer them clothed, what ways are thyere around this?
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    (Original post by Installation)
    I'm guessing you've never come across a delete history button.
    You can't tell her what her boyfriend does. That is completely ridiculous. My best friend's boyfriend doesn't watch porn he's just not into it, my boyfriend doesn't either. My ex boyfriend did, and my boyfriend before that didn't either. You can't tarnish everyone with the same brush.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    quite a few poeple have suggested watching it with him, is this a good idea, also i dont really watch porn coz im not that keen on naked women i prefer them clothed, what ways are thyere around this?
    While he's watching the porn, you can be busy pleasuring him? :yep:
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    I really really really don't understand girls who don't like their boyfriends watching porn. It's just a fantasy, and there's nothing wrong with knocking one out.
    Get over it, if it bothers you, it's a tad childish.
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    (Original post by polaroid13)
    While he's watching the porn, you can be busy pleasuring him? :yep:
    Haha! Do this, OP. :yep:
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    (Original post by lora491)
    You can't tell her what her boyfriend does. That is completely ridiculous. My best friend's boyfriend doesn't watch porn he's just not into it, my boyfriend doesn't either. My ex boyfriend did, and my boyfriend before that didn't either. You can't tarnish everyone with the same brush.
    Sure.
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    (Original post by Installation)
    Sure.
    Ok. There doesn't seem much point disagreeing with you. So I must admit that every man on the planet watches porn.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    do you thik its anything to do with the facty im in a long distance relationship. also some people have suggested watching it with him, im not sure how that would help? couold someone explain
    I'm in a long distance relationship too and neither of us mind the other watching porn. We watch it together sometimes.

    We're in a really happy and trusting relationship so we can reveal what we fantasise about with each other with no problems.

    To watch it with him, and this is how me and my boyfriend started watching it together, you could send him a naughty text saying you saw a really sexy video, and I bet he'll be turned on and want to know what you saw. Show him the next time you're together, then he might be comfortable enough to share what he watches with you.
    Would you feel better if you knew what he watched?

    I wouldn't get uncomfortable about it.
 
 
 
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