Sunday, February 28, 2010

from porno to afterglow


Ahhhhhh, pornography… Typically, I’m not into it. Yes, I am aware that men don’t like to hear that. I find it cheesy, pedantic, grotesquely graphic and unbelievably unromantic. As a woman, I need to be seduced by watching scenes of men romancing women in a fairytale kind of way. It does not do anything for me to watch a guy banging 2 chicks and then jacking off in their faces. Sorry.

Now, I am not against porn. I completely understand that men seem to need it for their sanity and overall general health and I’m okay with that. I would just prefer not to watch it myself. Too often. However, just because I don’t want to see porn doesn’t mean that G Spot doesn’t want to. I’m now at a point in a relationship where I have to compromise on the adult film dimension. Hmmm… To be fair, we had great sex after the porno last night. Not that it’s ever not great, but it was particularly pleasing for me. Perhaps porno has it’s pluses...

The flick we watched was a classic Ron Jeremy film from the ‘70’s. I had an insatiable curiosity regarding the size of his penis, so G Spot (being the confident, well-hung guy that he is), helped me to discover the truth about the hedgehog’s enormous cock (10" - no joke). Perhaps porn has improved since the ‘70’s – I guess I’ll have to give it another go and try a more modern video (is there a chance that one would exist where the dude at least buys the chick dinner first???!!!)... But still, the contrived story lines, unromantic hook ups and dirty, dirty characters just don’t do it for me. Is that wrong? Should I be turned on by a guy with a giant d*ck who will stick it in any port in a storm?? Am I wrong to be totally turned off at the sight of two women giving head to said giant d*ck guy simultaneously and then moving on to a dude named Gary with horseshoe-ring hair who is naked yet wearing cowboy boots???!!! Maybe, if I see something more current and inspiring, I might want to work with G Spot to create our own private porno – how does Carrie Does Cosmopolitan City sound?

6 comments:

Shannon O said...

I loved reading your take on porn - I agree with much of it, thanks for sharing.

Carrie Does Cosmopolitan City sounds like a fab title! ;)

Thanks again for your honesty. - Shannon O | Confessions of a Loving Wife

Riff Dog said...

"Carrie Does Cosmopolitan City?" Where can I buy a copy? ;-)

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The nitty-gritty tales of a housewife said...

PORNS had caused more damage in relations HELP because MEN expects their spouse to have the PERFECT BODY of the porn actress & display such FAKE artistic style!

Anonymous said...

"The nitty-gritty tales of a housewife" has it right, according to Naomi Wolf.
"Pornography is addictive; the baseline gets ratcheted up. ... If your appetite is stimulated and fed by poor-quality material, it takes more junk to fill you up." - Naomi Wolf, "The Porn Myth"
How do I know pornography depraves and corrupts? It depraves and corrupts me. - Malcolm Muggeridge
Does looking at porn not increase rape but instead decrease the spiritual quality of real sex? Consider 3 hypotheses:
(1) Pornography is not good for men — it is a kind of low risk peeping-tomism.
(2) More men are more psychologically messed-up than most women realize.
(3) Men have at least 8 different fundamental sexual orientations:
85 % heterosexual;
2 % bisexual;
4 % homosexual;
4 % asexual;
1 % fetish-oriented;
1 % child molester or teen molester;
2 % rapist or semi-rapist;
1 % other.
What kind of pornography do you think Jack the Ripper would enjoy?

Michelle Custodio said...

That's a great title LOL. I don't think porn is for everyone. But it does come in handy sometimes;)