31 Days of Male Stereotypes: Day 17
Men and Pornography
It has been the most consistent thing in my life by the widest of miles.
This man has seen first hand how porn can cause serious problems in a relationship.
Is it really a lonely drug? Maybe it’s time for a little more research.
88% of men, to be specific. And 55% of women. And that’s OK.
What happens when men’s ideas about sex and intimacy are formed while watching porn?
The taboos around our bodies, and around the vagina, in particular, allow shame to flourish. Could embracing the vagina eradicate sexual violence?
Sexual instruction manuals perpetuate the notion that, despite the apparent diversity of ways to have sex, there’s just one right way for men to be lovers.
Watching porn is one thing. Live -chatting with sex workers is another.
Although we treat porn as a commodity, it is actually a deeply desired human interaction.
Under what circumstances is it acceptable to simulate non-consensual or violent sex?
Buddhist American Keith Andresen is torn between culture and faith.
To prepare myself for writing today I watched some Internet porn.
Is porn a good thing?
Charlie Glickman maps the sexist anti-porn arguments of radical feminist Robert Jensen.
Ever watched porn and thought, ‘I could do this, easy’?