Love Ruined A Porn Habit

We hear about relationships torn apart by internet porn addiction, but where are the support groups for smut-loving women like me, who suddenly and inexplicably get turned off by porn when they fall in love? Before I met my boyfriend, I was visiting youporn.com about a half an hour a day, hunting through dozens of clips to find the one most perfectly calibrated to turn me on.
After I met my boyfriend, my visits to the site dropped off in equal proportion to how much I was getting off with a flesh-and-blood human being.

But my loss of appetite for porn can’t simply be chocked up to how great it is to have the real thing: There were days when, beau away, I’d recall the quick jolt of satisfaction that used to await me online. I would go to my computer and put my hand down my pants—only to find that porn, gasp, suddenly did nothing for me.

Even clips that had the golden ratio suddenly looked contrived, grotesque—like apes humping in a zoo. It made no sense.

And it was so unfair! I didn’t want to have to rely on my boyfriend as my lone source of arousal. I would tell myself, “Come on! We can’t put all of our eggs in this guy’s basket!” but still nothing. Love’s blindness had also somehow made me blind to the pleasures of porn. Read more

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