By “cheating” I mean that using porn is breaking a vow—either implicitly or explicitly—made to one’s spouse. Both in this case and in the previous case I am seeking the services of a prostituted woman for sexual pleasure—seeking out and enjoying the body of a woman who is not my wife in order to be sexually gratified. The pretense of no physical contact doesn’t matter because the action still violates the spirit of the sexual exclusivity. Let’s say I reach out to this prostitute and pay her to view her recorded videos which she gladly sells me. Does the change in title and the veneer of professionalism change the nature of the act? Step 6: Now let’s say that this entire enterprise is industrialized so that this woman is part of a large network of other prostitutes who are doing the same thing.This is because marriage is, in part, about sexual exclusivity; it is about “forsaking all others.” Take some steps with me down a morally slippery slope. Step 2: However, let’s say that when I met with the prostitute : I just watched her have sex with someone else while I masturbated in the same room. Could a man rightly say, “Yes, I pleasured myself in front of a hooker, but we didn’t touch each other. Step 3: However, let’s say I didn’t visit the prostitute in person but only interacted with her through erotic video chat. Step 5: Now let’s say the prostitute has a business card with a fancy title on it: “Pornographic Actress.” She even has a website with a resume listing of all the films she’s been in. Much like walking into a brothel, I can pick the woman I want when I want, pay my fee, and enjoy her body for my lustful purposes. What about the industrialized nature of the product changes the nature of the act? And on this last step we have arrived at what the modern porn industry is. It is engagement with a digital prostitute despite one’s vow to forsake all others.Still, I get a lot of questions from women who are feeling the heartbreaking impact of porn on their marriages. It’s hard not to walk about in public places or go online without seeing something that is at least meant to titillate the eyes of men.When I say “using” I mean intentionally taking porn in through one’s senses with the intention of being turned on and then, most likely, masturbating or at least getting sexually aroused.I’ve heard it said that there are men who don’t look at porn, and then there are men who are breathing.If recent surveys are any indication, porn use has become the norm among men, not the exception. It now has a brand new layout with dozens of interesting and useful features.Besides, in addition to all of your favourite models, you will find thousands of new girls who look forward to meeting you!
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