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Shonnay

New Member
okay so I need opinions.. I have nothing against my partner watching porn but I hate the fact that he has some form of naked girls or videos on every social media he has. I also dislike how often he is on it, likesometimes he is on it while I'm around and not a fan of that. He is constantly on it and played up when I he seen that I was looking at it once.
It's really beginning to annoy me and impact things in the bedroom because of it.
Need help on what I should do or say. Am I over reacting??
Thanks
 

Emma62

New Member
Hey, firstly I think you should talk to him and tell him how you're feeling about this because maybe he doesn't realise how it's affecting you. It's odd that he watches it when he's with you as you should be his priority and I wouldn't be okay with that either, so I think maybe you should discuss this with him and how you feel about him watching it so much. It's also 100% not okay for him to think its acceptable for him to watch porn and you not to, that's very hypocritical and unfair. You're not overreacting at all, in my opinion, so I hope this helps! x
 
I agree with Emma. It sounds like he is addicted or becoming addicted to Porn. There isn't anything wrong with watching it, but it can become a replacement for normal, healthy romantic relationships. And doing it right in front of you is not very considerate, unless you are also into that sort of thing.
 

xLaurenHx

New Member
Girls, i don't have anything against porn, but exactly the same thing, when i see my man watching some videos with naked girls on his social networks, i'm kind of nervous, i don't even understand why, i'm trying to satisfy properly, and i even don't bother him about watching porn, as i'm also watching it from times to times, then why would he still be looking for naked girls on his social networks. Recently we had a terrible situation, i didn't know how to act, i mean how would you act when seeing your man on the site of kind of a London escort agency, i was so mad on him, we didn't speak to each other for like 2 weeks, what would you do in my place?
 
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Rhonda333

Active Member
When one partner continues to do something the other partner finds odious and they KNOW it, the line has been crossed and now its ABUSE. He needs psychological counseling to determine and fix its cause. Abusers only get worse without treatment because they know they have power over you. First little things, but then it can get worse. Give him an ultimatum- get help or get out.
 

Christinegirl

Moderator
Staff member
... what would you do in my place?
He possibly watches porn for the same reason that you watch it from time to time. For some men, one woman isn't enough.
What was his answer when you asked him why does he go on a kind of an escort agency website?

Personally, I'd kick my man to the curb if he engaged in any sexual activity with another woman, websites, watched porn, etc. I wouldn't do it if I was in a romantic relationship, (I don't even do it now) so I wouldn't want my man doing it either.

Besides, a lot of women who work in the porn industry/escort services/prostitution are actually sex slaves who've been kidnapped, drugged, etc. and can't escape/leave their "job". They have to act in videos/pictures like they're happy and enjoying themselves or else they'll get beaten, raped, etc. Porn isn't a "victimless crime".
 

xLaurenHx

New Member
He possibly watches porn for the same reason that you watch it from time to time. For some men, one woman isn't enough.
What was his answer when you asked him why does he go on a kind of an escort agency website?

Personally, I'd kick my man to the curb if he engaged in any sexual activity with another woman, websites, watched porn, etc. I wouldn't do it if I was in a romantic relationship, (I don't even do it now) so I wouldn't want my man doing it either.

Besides, a lot of women who work in the porn industry/escort services/prostitution are actually sex slaves who've been kidnapped, drugged, etc. and can't escape/leave their "job". They have to act in videos/pictures like they're happy and enjoying themselves or else they'll get beaten, raped, etc. Porn isn't a "victimless crime".
He told me that he entered that site by accident, that it was like a spam or something sent to his email.
 

Christinegirl

Moderator
Staff member
Why did you change your post to include a link to the London escort agency? (I changed it back to just the words as live links aren't allowed on this forum.)
 
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