To porn or not to porn?

A discussion on whether or not we should be using porn for inspiration

Katie Siddall
23rd November 2021
Image: Pixabay
So… in my personal experience, women watching porn is a taboo subject. People don’t think we watch it and for some reason, we’re scared to admit that we do.

Though this article is not fixated on people being disgusted that women actually watch porn, it is going to talk about bringing porn into relationships, and specifically mine, from a female perspective.

Everyone’s sex life is different; however, I feel like everyone has the same thoughts now and then, for example I’m bored of the same old shite or I want to try something new with my partner, but what?

Well… I believe that many will just google “How to make my sex life more interesting", when all they need to do is open up a porn website. Again, this could be a taboo subject depending on your gender – don’t let this stigma get in the way!

Image: Pixabay

Having watched porn since the ripe old age of 16, I am happy to admit – even in print – that I do watch porn. I’ve watched porn single, and I’ve watched porn whilst I have a partner. I have never watched porn with my partner – yet – but we do incorporate porn into our sex life.

We want to make things interesting, now and again, as the same positions can become mundane. Sometimes the same things just don’t have the same spark as they used to and we are not particularly creative. So… now and again we have a brainstorm and my ideas (I can’t say for sure about my partner’s) come from recent porn videos I’ve watched.

It’s all about what you and your partner are comfortable with doing

We may only try one thing once, and not like it, but other ideas stay, especially when we want to be more creative and adventurous. Obviously, whilst we have these brainstorms, we may toss ideas to the side (without trying them) because it’s all about what you and your partner are comfortable with doing.

Don’t forget about consent! It is just as important, at any stage, in a relationship as it is at any other given point in life. Make sure you have consent. Consent is key!

Whilst, it could be said, that I am advocating that you bring porn into your sex life – after delving into my own sex life – it might not be for you. Don’t worry if it doesn’t work for you. Again, everyone is different. 

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