UK: 1 in 4 Young Adults Say Sex Isn’t as Enjoyable as Porn Led Them to Believe

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
February 16, 2020

Start of the digestive tract or a sexual organ?

The addictiveness of porn isn’t the only thing that’s threatening people’s quality of life.

Apparently, porn is doing all kinds of other things to the brain too.

Study Finds:

In all, 1,000 British 18-24 year olds were polled, and one in three said that watching porn has influenced what they find attractive in a sexual partner.

The survey, commissioned by Durex, also came to an additional, rather unsettling, finding: Another one in three respondents said they were “surprised” by what real sex was like after having watched porn for so long before actually doing the deed in person. Talk about unrealistic expectations. Furthermore, 25% flat out said real sex wasn’t as enjoyable as they were expecting.

There’s sexual intercourse — the activity itself — and then there’s the drive to perform the activity: the sexual drive or libido.

Pornography operates on the sexual drive and exacerbates desire, which increases the importance of the activity itself in the minds of people. Since it has no direct physical effect on the sexual interaction, a situation is created in which expectations about penis stuff have been artificially inflated to a point beyond what’s programmed in our biology.

This discrepancy between what the act itself is and what people expect of it, born as a consequence of unnaturally stimulating their sexual drive, results in disappointment — a disappointment that, in turn, appears to often result in some kind of doubling-down where people go back to porn to feel the fix they expected to feel during the act, only to end up going back to their starting point of unrealistic expectations.

It’s a negative feedback loop that can make people obsessed with sex and addicted to porn.

In the world of porn, it seems everyone is a sexual expert or Don Juan, so it makes sense that 45% of surveyed young adults feel very embarrassed if they don’t know how to perform a certain sexual act, or don’t even know what their partner wants.

Interestingly, the survey also found that more than half of respondents feel modern sexual education in schools is very outdated, and 33% went so far as to say it didn’t help them navigate modern sexual practices at all.

Yeah. Schools should modernize themselves and start teaching students the correct way to massage anuses with their tongues.

Here’s a positive finding: six in 10 always use some type of protection during sexual activity. However, that being said, 60% also admitted they usually worry more abut financial matters than STDs.

In all, 85% feel comfortable openly discussing sex with their partner, and 33% are willing to discuss their number of past lovers with a current love interest. Meanwhile, 10% prefer to keep their true number a secret as they fear it will considered too high.

Of course, sometimes many feel the need to “fake” it in bed. In order to appease their partner, 64% have pretended to enjoy sex more than they really did.

Using protection during sex is not a positive thing at all. It’s better than getting a sexually transmitted disease from some slut, but it speaks of the separation of the goal of reproduction from the process of reproduction.

Why are people having sex if they don’t want to make babies?

Because it feels good, one may answer.

But didn’t people say that sex wasn’t as enjoyable as they expected?

Sexual intercourse should only be as important as people’s natural libido portrays it, but we don’t really know what a normal and natural libido is because sexual imagery is everywhere.

Even if you went full hermit and lived alone for years in some remote place, the scars of growing up in an environment full of sexual messages would remain.

Porn and the society-wide sexual imagery bombardment makes sex take up way more space in people’s heads than what is biologically intended, to the point where people started using “protection” to continue to indulge their addiction.

It is an obsessive behavior towards the means and an amnesiac behavior towards the end.

The process has been successfully exalted over the goal.

Truly “the journey is the destination” embodied.

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