Something that I’ve learned about people since I started working for Sex.com is that everyone watches porn. Not just because I once wrote about a study that proved everyone watches porn, but people constantly pull me aside in real life to ask questions like, “Did you see how hard Dani Daniels got fucked in her Girl of the Month scene?” or, “Jada Stevens isn’t retired, right? You promise?”
The reason I think people tend to confide their thoughts on porn to me is because I’m very open about what I do. Sadly, these people don’t realize that I do what I do for garbage bags full of cash and not because porn is the only thing that interests me. Which has always forced me to ask people, “Why can’t you talk about porn to someone else?”
That usually offends them, which thankfully means that I will be left alone, but I’ve never gotten a straight answer as to why I am the only person that they can talk about porn. Well, new data from the Public Religion Research Institute may finally answer my question.
According to the PRRI, . Only 23 percent of women approve, while 35 percent of men think it’s okay.
When completing a survey about porn provided by a group with “Religion” in its name, I feel like respondents were quick to feel shame and answered in a way that would protect themselves from judgement. But that doesn’t make it ok to say that porn is morally wrong.
Porn is a part of life. Sorry but it’s true. So you now have two options:
1) If you like porn, open up about and help remove the stigma that there’s something morally wrong with it.
2) If you think watching porn is morally wrong, don’t watch it! And leave those of us comfortable with our sexuality to admit we consume porn alone.