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But damn I sure am tempted. A little background info to explain my reasoning. I constantly check out boobs of all sizes when I see a girl in public. As long as they don't catch me doing it that is. Thank God for dark sun glasses. I also won't turn my head or close my eyes when a nude scene takes place in a movie i am watching. My dilemma is that I am Catholic so I do believe in going to confession for my lustful ways but as soon as I would go I would look at another girl and have to turn right around and go back in. So I make it a point not go the extra effort to look at something like Suffoletta's avatar or open a playboy magazine or surf porno sites etc. Not sure why I was compelled to release this information other than to maybe get suffoletta to make her part of his signature so I wouldn't have to open it. I kid I kid.
This post was edited by AKC18599 13 months ago
I don't believe in a God that would punish me for looking at some of his better works of art.
Looking and lusting are different things.
AKC, according to the book I'm reading, What Your Husband Isn't Telling You, your impulses are those of most men. I applaud your efforts to curb your natural inclinations and "take captive" your thoughts. Some women certainly don't make that easy for you by the way that they dress, and it seems that some men are making it difficult for you as well by putting temptation right in front of your face.
Internet porn was instrumental in breaking up my daughter's marriage.
You're not alone, I look at it everyday. I don't fight it. I just accept it and move on.
LOL, really? Plenty of married people look at internet porn, and it doesn't lead to a break up. It was your daughter and her husband; not the internet porn. If someone wants to let internet porn break up a marriage, there are plenty of other problems leading to that outcome. And if all he really liked to do was jerk it to internet porn, is that a guy she should want to be with anyway?
This post was edited by 09Gamecock 13 months ago
ooh! You so nasty!!
This is good...
If the couple is looking at it TOGETHER that's an altogether different thing. That would mean that neither of them had a problem with it. That was not the case with my daughter. He had stacks of CDs full of porn which he watched while she was at work. She found them. It was demeaning to her as a woman, and I fully understand. She felt that she somehow wasn't enough for him.
Yes, he had more issues, but the porn was indicative of the rest of his problems.
Fortunately, nine years later, a wonderful guy cared enough to love her despite her fear of commitment. She remarried last year.
This post was edited by timeout 13 months ago
Ha..still waiting for a recriuting update in this thread.
Disagree. Porn is harmful any way you slice it.
Is drinking beer harmful any way you slice it? Is eating cheeseburgers harmful any way you slice it? Is spending time on The Big Spur forums harmful any way you slice it? Is watching football harmful any way you slice it?
These are all in the same boat as porn. If life is about never doing anything that gives you some pleasure, enjoyment, or relaxation, then all of them could be cut out. "Harmful any way you slice it" is a BS thing to say, because there are ways you could slice it where it would have benefits to the consumer.
They are all things that need a varying degree of moderation, and every person's ideal limit is going to depend on their other responsibilities and aspirations in life. A single guy who just wants to work as a janitor and live a quiet, peaceful existence can justify a whole lot more time for internet porn, beer drinking, and football than a married guy with kids and a 60-hour a week job.
Unless you live an incredibly deprived, boring life, you probably shouldn't be casting stones at internet porn. Like any pleasure, some people will take it too far or let it become associated with their worst behaviors. That doesn't mean you can throw a blanket statement over all internet porn and claim it is harmful for anyone and everyone.
Most men wouldn't approve you to date their daughter...
That is all
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