Is All This Porn Numbing Us To Real Sex?

Is All This Porn Numbing Us To Real Sex?

In my heyday when l used to strut the catwalk known as Christopher Street in Manhattan’s once seedy West Village, getting porn to tide you over til the next weekend of barhopping and bathhousing meant checking out one of the book stores or sex shops for mags like “Men.” or the latest hot Stryker video. If you were too far from a city, you’d opt for the U.S.Mails where the stuff always came shrouded in plain postal wrap, a dead giveaway some scandolous shit was inside.

Today, all you have to do is boot up your laptop or flick on your tablet or smartphone. Porn is everywhere, to the point you can’t avoid it if you tried. Every hook-up site, besides all the naked pics of their members, is hustling porn sites, their own included, even their toy stores or sites like Fort Troff are hard-on material. Then there’s xtube and PornMD. Type in you like goldfish stuck up your butt and up will pop at least 2173 videos, mostly amatuer, of guys who like that too. In fact, so much smut is free you wonder who is buying all those streaming gay videos. Ah, God Bless Capitalistic America.

Hell, though no surprise, l read in my local paper where a female college student complained she was being distracted by a male student in the row in front of her who was watching porn on his phone while the prof lectured on the downfall of the Roman Empire. Wonder who was paying his tuition.

But is this all too much for Mr. Peter?  Are we on overload? Is that why thirty somethings are having a hard time getting hard? Or guys opting for virtual sex – dirty talk, pics, sexting, camming  or just using a fuck machine to keep themselves happy  – rather than the real thing because it’s oh so too easy to access?

Is all this stuff numbing us to the real thing?

When l visit a guy and he asks me if l mind if he has porn on while we do it, my response is simple:

“If you need porn, you don’t need me.”

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