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  • Should we avoid porn-like media/porn?

    I feel like if you watch videos of men playing with their uncut penises or whatever, it may make you fantasize, make you feel inferior, i guess kind of add fuel to the fire

    I am not 100% sure on this though, ive been fighting for a long time to stay out of porn and I finally think I'm winning after a war with many wins..and losses.



    anyway, I noticed that i have almost no feeling in my penis. Interesting. But even when I roll my skin over the glans i don't feel much 0_0.

    awell, tug on!

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    In a way i agree, and am considering not watching porn anymore. Iv actually had afew instances where they mention circumcision without even mentioning it in the title, which made me feel depressed almost immediately. In a way i find porn that mentions foreskin to be motivational, yet at the same time depressing.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by LetsGrow View Post
      In a way i agree, and am considering not watching porn anymore. Iv actually had afew instances where they mention circumcision without even mentioning it in the title, which made me feel depressed almost immediately. In a way i find porn that mentions foreskin to be motivational, yet at the same time depressing.
      The only intact penises I've seen were when I was researching circumcision, the porn I watched and couldn't get myself out of was of naked women, my young 17 year old eyes couldn't resist and I found myself addicted :/ but after a long battle I think I'm finally winning, women are more then sex objects, and if I want a happy life Sec. Cannot be what is on my mind

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      • #4
        I don't see anything wrong in watching adult porn "now and then" -- gay, straight or whatever -- BUT, if it's an addiction or obsession that prevents you from living normally or if it involves illegal activity, you should probably reconsider it.

        FWIW, I enjoy seeing intact men -- in porn or not -- because it's something I still aspire to and seeing actual intact penises gives me a realistic understanding of what an intact penis should look like (in all of their diversity).

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        • #5
          Not watching porn is probably good for us. The NoFap people argue it takes 90 days to reset your brain from porn, however my first attempt at quitting porn I went 99 days and didn't really feel a whole lot different. Definitely no "superpowers" that they talk about having after no porn.

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