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Discussion in 'Health and Lifestyle' started by -Cp, Apr 27, 2006.

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Do you think it's "healthy" for Married couples to watch porn together?

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    For a Married couple to watch porn together? Is it part of a "healthy sex life"?
     
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    Why of course ! :dance:
     
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    I don't like how your question is worded.


    It'd be like asking "Is Choclate part of a healthy lifestyle?"

    No clear answer.

    Is consuming chocolate a detriment to a healthy lifestyle?

    Is watching porn harmful to a married couple's sex life? That what you are asking?
     
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    You don't feel as if it cheapens sex?
     
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    Porn, no.

    Instructional sex videos, maybe. I've never seen one, but that's about where I'd draw the line.
     
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    there's not much cheaper, less full-filling, un-productive sex than 'lifeless' sex. The Cheapest sex is when one spouse begrudgingly 'allows' the other to 'get off'. If watching Pr0n gets a couple intensely excited about eachother than pr0n is okay. Contextually, sure.

    See? Catholics got it wrong. Sex isn't for 'just procreation' - Sex is THE bonding action which drives a man's spirit to join with the soul of the woman. Sex is what bonds and nurtures and heals.

    Sex is a SYMPTOM of something deeper. A man and Woman (should) have sex because that's the natural result of how they FEEL towards eachother. A Man and Woman (should) have sex because sex is the perfect expression of the uniting of their hearts, minds and bodies.

    OF COURSE sex happens just cuz somebody 'needs some' - but HELPING your spouse with that need should NEVER be a chore; if it IS a chore, I'd bet something is'nt right - or at least not as wonderfual as God intended a marriage to be.

    So? My answer?

    I dunno.

    :)
     
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    Cheapens?? You mean degrades it morally somehow?
     
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    While I agree that sex in marriage can be emotionally unfulfilling, porn is not the answer. Porn just gets the couple excited about other people, not about each other.
     
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    This is exactly right, D.

    I think it also depends on the type of porn, too. If it's ultraviolent or weird stuff, I don't see how that could possibly help ANYONE in any circumstance have a positive, healthy view of sex "as it's meant to be."
     
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    That's true. There is definitely an element of privacy in "sacred sex."
     

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