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Women Who Indulge In Healthy Consumption Of Porn Get Better Orgasms, Says New Study. It’s Time To Own It

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The other day I was having a conversation with my best friend and she was telling me about how these days she hasn’t been able to get her dose of orgasms. And I asked her why she doesn’t just help herself. But I was surprised to know that she just didn’t know how to stimulate her senses. As her best friend, I suggested a bunch of things to her, including porn. When she didn’t seem enthusiastic about it. I couldn’t help but question her on her usage of porn. But like so many women, she was embarrassed to talk about it or even watch it, in the privacy of her own bed.

Now I know most women don’t prefer hardcore porn. Is it because of how it’s not exciting for us to watch a woman being treated like an object? Or because it doesn’t even feel realistic enough? To me, hardcore porn feels gross, and often like they are attacking my fitness levels. No, I don’t get turned on imagining myself in positions that look like I am being forced to do gymnastics.

However, tasteful porn stimulates your imagination, and those people who tell you that you won’t be able to enjoy partnered sex are just as knowledgeable as WhatsApp university graduates. And thankfully, there’s a study that proves them wrong.

A study titled ‘Effects of Pornography Use and Demographic Parameters on Sexual Response during Masturbation and Partnered Sex in Women’ was authored by Sean M. McNabney, Krisztina Hevesi, and David L. Rowland. According to their research, porn usage doesn’t disturb your sexual response in partnered sex. In fact, if anything it tends to make your orgasms better.

“In this particular study, we examined whether frequency of pornography use during masturbation can predict sexual response outcomes such as difficulty reaching orgasm, latency to orgasm, and orgasmic pleasure during both masturbation and partnered sex,” said study author Sean M. McNabney.

After conducting an anonymous survey, the researchers found that regular use of porn during masturbation was related to “lower arousal difficulty and orgasmic difficulty, greater pleasure, and a higher percentage of masturbatory events leading to orgasm.” During partnered sex, it involved “lower arousal difficulty and longer orgasmic latencies.” Moral of the story? Porn can give you amazing orgasms whether you’re single or partnered.

While women who watch porn were able to enjoy better sex lives, it doesn’t really comment on sexual relationship satisfaction. “We also observed no association between pornography and sexual relationship satisfaction, suggesting that the latter is influenced by other factors. Thus, these findings challenge the common assumption that pornography is consistently harmful to partnered sexual relationships,” McNabney told PsyPost. Of course, that also depends on whether he is a fuckboi, if he is good in bed at all and so many other things.

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The authors however pointed out that this study is relevant to women who enjoy healthy porn consumption. It isn’t valid for those addicted to porn or watching twisted ones. It isn’t applicable to those with medical issues like depression, anxiety, and sexual dysfunction. The author also pointed out that porn is watched by several women and men don’t have a monopoly over it. So let’s just get touching ourselves, okay? Excuse me while I go help myself. *winks *

ALSO READ: New Zealand’s New Campaign Talks About Porn Vs Real Sex And Educates People On Consent. India Could Benefit From This Too

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