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Sharing Your Man With Pornography

Sharing Your Man With Pornography
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Women love men. Men love porn. While some wives hate their hubby’s smut habit, others have learned to embrace it… with some very satisfying results.

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gone77  

Excellent article! It's great to read how it benefits both of you. And can I just say that you describing going down on him while he watches porn is incredibly hot? Women should never be threatened by their men watching porn..unless he starts preferring watching porn to having sex with them. Good on you for understanding this.

02/20/2010
Kayla  

I always thought I'd like it, but I think I'd get jealous if I tried. It's awesome you enjoy it, though. Smile

02/21/2010
hislittlemrs  

This was a very interesting read for me. I've always had mixed feelings about pornography in my relationship. Great article!

02/21/2010
sbs  

Wow, that was a really beautiful, well written article! There was a time when I would have felt hurt if my husband watched porn, but now I think it's just part of exploring in a safe way (no different, really, from reading erotica) and probably goes a long way towards allowing your spouse to feel like they are "experimenting" with other women while remaining committed to you. I was just reading somewhere that men crave (sorry, but this was the phrase...) "strange pussy," that they are hard-wired to want to seek out new and different women, and that even though most don't follow through with it, that is what leads to most men straying, not affairs of the heart. They said, as you did, that through role-playing, changing up appearances, and doing what you suggested, it keeps that "new and different" factor alive in a monogamous relationship. And man, your husband is truly lucky...a two hour blowjob??? Surprised

02/23/2010
Do emu  

Wonderful article, really. I stumbled upon it by sheer coincidence and it struck a chord within me. When I was younger, my jealousy broke several relationships because I couldn't see why I wasn't enough and why there was a desire for something more than me - wasn't I supposed to be the one fulfilling and satisfying his every fantasy? Obviously I grew very bitter towards porn and anyone who mentioned it would get a cold glare from me.
Of course I eventually grew up and grew out of this phase, but from time to time I still get memories of how much porn has affected me and my relationships. I think it's a fun way to explore, as long as both people involved are comfortable with it. Otherwise you're just going to have a puddle of emotional mess to deal with.

04/19/2012

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