Porn is often accused of warping the minds of young people, turning them into sex perverts and misogynists.
Realistically, there is no evidence that can prove that. Anyone who tries to give you statistics or a scientific study saying otherwise is wrong because there are just too many variables to concretely say that porn is the reason for bad behavior.
The problem isn’t porn but the lack of proper sex education in schools. Porn is first and foremost a form of entertainment. However, because people are so easily offended by seeing sex or even talking about sex, people turn to porn for their sex education. Where the hell else are they going to go for it? They get told abstinence is the only option at school and don’t even think about bringing it up to your councillor at Church Camp.
Porn is the only place most people get sex education because it’s the only place where sex is displayed openly. Even though it’s a form of entertainment that does not intend to be didactic at all, people still go to it to learn about sex.
I remember the first time I ever had sex (not trying to brag or nothing). Because the only thing I knew about sex was from what I had seen in porn, when I was ready to cum, I ripped off my condom and came in my partner’s face.
Needless to say, Mrs. Madison from next door wasn’t too happy. She was like, “Why did you cum in my face?” in one of the most annoyed tones of voice I have ever heard. I had made sure to tell her at some point between cleaning her pool and entering her bedroom that I was a virgin, so why she get so annoyed with me? I had no idea what I was doing, which should have been clear from that vaginal jabbing I had just given her.
I was just doing what I had seen in porn movies. Getting thrown out of Mrs. Madison’s house only moments after cumming in her face made me realize that porn was a lousy sex teacher.
But if porn is not an adequate sex education teacher…would pornstars be a better option?
One private school in Britain thinks that they might be. Continue reading “Pornstars Teaching Sex Education?” »