Problem is for me I still watch porn here and there. You said some of the realest shit that most wouldn't even dare to say. Great article! It's perfectly natural to enjoy gay porn as a straight man.
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I recently went on a recommended website to watch some porn in the name of, uh, research. I've never really watched it before and was intrigued after watching Don Jon , a film comparing the male fantasy of porn versus the female fantasy of chick flicks. After my research session, it is now extremely clear to me why a larger female demographic does not watch porn -- and it doesn't have anything to do with sex drive or any of those sexist assumptions. It is purely because porn, in the current state, is terrible! These were the thoughts and concerns I had while watching one episode in a massage salon.
It's no secret that most of mainstream porn is geared toward straight men in fact, that's why Cosmopolitan. Man A: Twenty-six. Man B: Twenty-three. Man C: Twenty-six. Man A: Straight. Man B: Straight. Man C: Straight. Man A: Casually, yes. Man B: Yes. Man C: Somewhat.
Most of us are watching porn, whether or not we admit it. But aren't you tired of or maybe even troubled by just doing the same old thing to get off online over and over again? If you're wondering why you've become so bored by the widely accessible mainstream porn that just seems to keep doing more of the same, Pornhub and its parent company MindGeek deserves part of the blame. But don't worry, there are porn and erotica alternatives that can upgrade your self-love sessions. For years now, MindGeek has been accused of monopolistic dominance in the porn industry. MindGeek disputes that characterization, with representative Michael Willis pointing to viewership data that shows its sites aren't alone among the most popular porn sites it owns three in the top 10 and seven in the top Still, MindGeek has a vast amount of power and influence over porn industry actors and producers. Take that as you will. Monopolies are, of course, bad for consumers, workers, and antithetical to healthy competition. Just look at the hullabaloo on Capitol Hill over Big Tech.