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March 17, 2014 - 11:00 am

This video is 15 minutes and once you start watching it you won’t be able to stop. Ran Gavrieli, researcher on gender at Tel Aviv University, has an uncanny way of pointing out the damaging effects of pornography on our minds and relationships. Porn equals the death of sex, not the truth of sex. It is only possible to be truly open to sex and the wonders of it when we delete porn from our minds.

Megan Fox is a homeschooling mom to her two girls ages 8 and 5 with a little boy on the way this summer and happy wife to her husband of fourteen years. She writes, gardens, composes conservative folk music and enjoys angering "faux feminists" as often as possible. www.Facebook.com/MeganFoxWriter

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Porn most definitely gives unrealistic expectations about sex. I'm not sure if my husband still watches porn, but our sexual relationship is rarely loving and I hate it. I get asked to do this, or do that "like a porn star". It's humiliating to be compared with a cheap imitation of what sex should be and come up lacking.
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I hate to point out the obvious but, he asks you to do it "like a porn star" and your sex is rarely loving, the answer is, yes, he watches porn.
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I have no disagreement at all with this man's research or conclusions, but there is also something worse: dishonest porn.

What do I mean?

"Cinema Paradiso" / "Casablanca" / etc. = a movie, not porn.

"Deep and Wet" = porn (or a biography of Jacques Cousteau, I suppose).

"Daring" movies "testing the limits" of our "repressive" society = porn that is also pretentious, preachy, annoying, and even more boring than usual

(Or *cough* so I've heard *cough* *cough*).
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