“In December, I found four years’ worth of porn and other inappropriate content on his computer. And that was it. The final straw.”
“I thought I was strong enough to fight through what was occurring but instead it was eating away at me. Porn has warped that man’s mind and hurt his abilities to have a fulfilling relationship.”
“I was a fully-fledged addict. I needed drugs to get me through porn scenes. I needed drugs to numb my pain. I needed drugs to make me feel ‘happy.'”
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“I had to constantly watch ‘cam to cam,’ site feature where you get paid to watch the person at the other side of the interaction. This was very traumatizing because I never knew what would come up on screen.”
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“I don’t feel beautiful, and I don’t feel sexy. Because in the back of my mind, I know he has a ‘type’—and it isn’t anything close to what I look like.”
Sex was always a very mechanical and unloving act. He always treated me like one of these girls that he saw on his computer… ‘Normal’ sex could never satisfy or even arouse him.
“She was heartbroken to find that I had been doing something that betrayed her trust in me and made her feel inadequate. I was disgusted by what I had done and swore to never do it again.”
“I chose to give up porn, in part, because of the growing trend of extreme and disturbing sexual content to web visitors. Today, it’s no longer a trend. Extreme pornography is here to stay.”
“I felt inferior, old, ugly, unwanted, and crazy for being so upset. I confided in a friend. She said everyone watches porn and maybe I wasn’t giving him enough sex. I KNEW that wasn’t true.”
“We communicate so much more. We are more confident with each other. We are more relaxed during sex. It feels like there’s a spark there.”