The Great Debate Between Porn & Masturbation vs Real Sex

“Sex without love is as hollow and ridiculous as love without sex.” – Hunter S. Thompson

So the question I often get is this: “Well, what about real sex, is this bad for you too?”

The answer is simply no.

And here’s why…

Porn itself is not entirely bad for you, but when you add these known addictive elements, it can become destructive to a man:

Free access: It cost you nothing.

Novelty: Unlimited variety of new scenes.

Privacy: No one will ever know you did it.

Simply put, it’s every addict’s dream…

You no longer need to hide anything – you can just have a thumb drive or folder on the computer titled “taxes” if you will, and no one will ever find it.

As we’ve discussed, this creates an environment for addiction. And when you watch more and more porn, you need more and more aggressive scenes to become aroused, which leads you to watching scenes you never thought you’d watch like double penetration, gangbangs, incest, abusive scenes, or even cartoon porn. As a result, you become desensitized to daily life’s pleasures.

On the other hand, sex is with one person, which eliminates the novelty factor. Sex is about being intimate, the touch, skin, hair, breathing, the deep connection – all of this is a healthy experience.

A screen full of unending novelty is what makes porn dangerous.

If there were only 5 porn videos ever made, it would be safe to say that very few people would be porn addicts. The 5 videos might be exciting at first, but after a few days you’d hardly watch them, and then after a few weeks they’d never be seen again (The Coolidge Effect).

But when you have 10,000 new porn videos being uploaded to popular porn tube sites and 1000s of pornstars entering the industry every year, it becomes a problem.

So then you might be asking, “Well, what about masturbation?”

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