Porn Tells Us How to Have Sex, And This is Killing Love

The industry defines intimacy, sex, and marriage. This together with lack of meaningful sex-ed lessons in schools are slowly destroying love and killing relationships.

7 min readJan 8, 2018

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“Let go of me, I don’t feel comfortable doing that” she exclaimed angrily.

“Why are you so angry with me!” he exclaimed.

“You are sick. You are a pervert. You expect me to do bizarre stuff all the time. This is unreal. This is not love. You don’t love me Ryan, you love porn” she exclaimed out loud.

Ryan was a caring, charming, funny, loving boyfriend. He met Ashley three years ago. They hit it off immediately and relatively quickly became a couple and started living together. Their sex wasn’t the best but Ashley was optimistic about what the future would hold — although there weren’t any indications that the situation was going to improve at any time. All that hope even fell-off a year after, when she noticed how his sex drive gradually decreased, and that he wasn’t even interested in sleeping with her anymore. Then, she became suspicious and thought he was cheating on her. She even thought he was gay and was hiding his true sexual orientation. But nothing could’ve been further from what she discovered. When she found out about Ryan’s dirty, shameful secret. Ashley felt betrayed. Angry. She even wished he would’ve cheated on her, even though he never physically did it, but for her, it felt like it.

All of the sudden everything made sense, the low libido. The kinky behavior in bed. The choking, the aggression, and the later erectile issues. For the past three years that they’ve been together, he turned into a completely different guy. Ryan was addicted to porn. When she confronted him about his sexual antics on the internet he said he was going to change, that “he didn’t need anyone but her, that it won’t happen again”. But sadly for Ryan, he was unable to curtail his porn habit. He got lost in this never-ending hall of mirrors reflected with distorted fantasies from every possible angle. Ashley couldn’t believe how she, an attractive, intelligent, sensual, sexy — but most importantly — available gal wasn’t enough to satisfy her boyfriend’s sexual needs…

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Orge Castellano

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