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Have you considered that she might be masturbating?



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I don't think we are ultimately the ones to determine if it is bad. I think as a couple you need to discuss what is acceptable.

Some couples may be horrified to know their significant other is watching porn (or even masturbating without them) while others may strongly encourage the practice.

Regardless of this, however, I don't think the conversation is even appropriate until you are a lot more serious (it sounds like you aren't too sexual yet).



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I really want to have very little to do with this thread. But according to statistics, 1 out of every 2 men watches porn. And I highly doubt that every one of those 1 out of 2 men are single, not married, not dating, etc. That's all I have to say.



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FragilE^ said:
Have you considered that she might be masturbating?

When she's NOT thinking about you might I add.



In both my past relationships not only did I masturbate, but I knew for a fact my partner did as well, we'd even discuss it. My last ex was into some stuff that I was sadly unable to provide for her, so she satisfied that desire via porn; I was fine with it and she didn't have to go unfulfilled. Unmet needs are poison to a relationship.



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teamsilent13 said:

Yes, but you are aware of the problem and should be able to fix it. Unless you have weak moral courage and ability to self control. Think of Christopher in the Sopranos and getting high causing their car to crash. Tony Soprano knew he was a junkie that would kill his daughter if she were in the car so he decided to kill him to protect the danger he was to his family. This is what you are doing to your future family and relationship by instilling the belief that cheating is okay. Also, yes I am able to control myself so no hypocrisy here. I have watched porn, ect. but never in relationships and it never hurt my ability to have sex or anything. Any who hint this are very immoral people to peddle such lies. I agree with the guy saying to masturbate to pictures of her, but it's better not to masturbate at all. Masturbation is natural they will have you think, but there's plenty of evidence that it did not happen at nearly the same frequency in the past as in today because of increased porn. I believe it's obvious that many sexual mental illnesses today are caused by increased porn use. I could discuss what this did to the Middle East when Israel started weaponizing it against them, but there's articles on the internet if you care to read. This is why I have always supported any politician or policy that would limit or ban porn. 

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LivingMetal said:

I really want to have very little to do with this thread. But according to statistics, 1 out of every 2 men watches porn. And I highly doubt that every one of those 1 out of 2 men are single, not married, not dating, etc. That's all I have to say.

I'm pretty sure one of those men are lying.



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Statistics show that it is actually healthier for the relationship.



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