Dangers of Porn [05/04/20]

Are you feeling depressed, low motivation, low self -worth, lack of genuine relationships and romantic partners, troubling Erectile Dysfunction (ED) issues, low libido, maybe even confused/ troubled on your sexuality? What if I told you that porn could be causing you some serious issues! If any of these symptoms resonates with you, I do have some knowledge and awareness that can alter your perspective.

Let us talk about a big taboo, porn. Porn is a massive industry and is exploding in the digital age. It’s available at just the click of a button, and it is reaching a wide audience all over the world. It is seemingly everywhere due to the proactive and selling nature of it. Younger children are being exposed to it and it is causing a big disruption in normal sexuality and relationships. So what’s the problem with porn?

Before bashing on this industry there are some goods of it. First off if your working in the industry that you love what you do, or who you do, more power to you. I do not have any right to tell you indifferently. There are some educational videos out there that a more realistic view of sex and it can be a way for people to cum together and enhance their relationship with one another. However, I feel that this is more of the exception and not the rule.

Porn can be very addictive and damaging to the brain. There are studies showing it lights up the same areas of the brain in porn addicts as serious hard drugs, such as cocaine and heroin. Studies show that it diminishes grey matter in the brain that is associated with cognitive function, and it offsets the reward mechanisms in the brain by the over flooding of the hormone dopamine and by the desensitizing nature of those pathways. Also, it tends to lead to isolation, thoughts of shame, and embarrassment. Furthermore, it is preventing individuals from seeking real, and fulfilling relationships.  

What happens in the brain when you watch a porn video? When watching things or doing things that are evolutionary vital to our survival, your body must make those things pleasurable by releasing dopamine. This insured that when we ate something fatty and calorie dense, we would enjoy it. It means that when we saw an attractive mate and continued forward in the mating process, it ensured that we would continue to reproduce and survive. It meant that when accomplishing an important goal, that you would be rewarded to do it again. When you are watching a media of a sexual nature, your brain is shooting dopamine to think that this is important, that this is evolutionary to your survival. Your brain can not tell the difference between reality and the screen. Just an occasional video is fine, but how often is that the case?

Usually right when you open the media in which you are watching porn, you exposed to hundred of videos, hundreds of pictures, gifs, obscure categories and such. How often do you watch just one video and be done? Usually you spend time trying to find that perfect video or the most attractive mate. With each new video seen, with each new category explored, dopamine is exploded into the brain. There are a few mechanisms in which the dopamine is released. We will start with anticipation. By the way this can be used in your favor and in more healthy ways.

I want you to think about a (said in a slow, seductive, voice) juuuiiicccyyy, roooounnnnd, currrrvvvvy piece in all the right places, just your type, hhhhhm looking soo good. I know you want it. I want you to think of the creamy filling that is waiting to explode right in your mouth. I want you to feel the sensations of it gliding into you.  The amazing texture of…. Wait for it….

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