How do you ladies feel about your significant other having porn or naked girls on their computers?
It is only ok if I knew they had it there before he was my significant other. What I mean is, if I knew he liked porn before I was his girlfriend then I have to accept the fact that he will like it during. Which is why I choose not to date porn lovers lol.
Every guy likes porn - hot naked girls doing 'things'... is it a bad habit to have, yes, it can be, like if he feeds into the fantasy and goes all Tiger woods and stuff - but it's normal for dudes to like the stuff. If a grown man tells you he doesn't like watching hot naked girls (AKA 'porn'):
A. He's never watched it (in which case he can't really say that he dislikes it since he's never watched it)
B. He's lying to you
C. He's a eunuch and has no testosterone flowing through his body whatsoever
Besides, porn can be 'educational' - he could be watching to get ideas of things to try out with you. Talk to him about it, tell him your concerns
I know so many guys that have had bad girls that this is the only way for them to let go. Saddens me. Everytime I here that this what some guys feel like is all there is to go for. Especially feeling as if they have to hide it.
I agree completely. Of course we gonna get reported since this turned into a hate thread. I won't be posting again or reading but ty sir I couldn't havensaid it better myself.
I would add that porn is an addiction that while it is not good it is an addiction none the less. I won't say that someone should accept their partner viewing porn, have compassion. It is probably less to do with their feelings about you and is a compulsion that they can't control. If you really care for the person and desire to get out please do because it is hard to break and is often emotional in nature. Just when you leave try to get them to get help for it.
I am speaking as a man that battled the same problem. I understand the way you feel as it seems you are not good or sexy enough. Men often deal with same issue. I'm sorry for you situation and sympathize with you. You cannot be blamed for wanting to leave. I hope for the best for you. God bless.
You should understand that it is an addiction period. He may not be able to stop with help. He may want to but without professional help it may not be possible. The effects are very strong and compelling. If you wish to support him I applaud you just know it won't be as simple as him wanting to stop. I know from experience. I wish you both well and glad to be able to help.
Woah..way to much information.. I stepped into the wrong thread....sorry :( uhhh bye