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Porn sex vs real sex (VIDEO)

Many people over the years, particularly women, have expressed concern over the role pornography has played in setting unreasonable expectations in the bedroom, especially amongst young people who are receiving all of  their sex education by watching Redtube and YouPorn (damn those abstinence only programs!). Cindy Gallop, the creative mind behind Make Love Not Porn, proclaims to be “pro sex, pro porn, pro knowing the difference.”

Now a NY production company called Kornhaber Brown [KB] has put out an amusing short film illustrating some of these differences with food:

The only access to porn I had as a kid was the scrambled variety on channel 99. One early confession from an anonymous girl submitted to FKMYSELF.COM described repeated viewings of sex scenes from Jerry Maguire and Soul Food (rewound on VHS) as masturbatory material. Man do kids have it easy these days.

But is all this easy access to pornography warping their minds? Does every teenage boy assume that every girl enjoys anal and swallowing? A lot of the sex education I received was from reading Cosmo magazine, which can’t be much better, but have unreasonable boudoir expectations become amplified by YouPorn? I’d love to hear what the readers have to say about this one- please weigh in below.

–Kim H.

 

3 thoughts on “Porn sex vs real sex (VIDEO)”

  1. so hilarious…loved it all though I winced when the cucumber was hacked!!…it kinda hurt!!

    nice artistic and aggressive understanding of an oh so over-complicated human (animal) endeavor (daily ritual)

    thanks!!…i’m going to cook now…

  2. Great video!

    I’ve heard this contention before; that now the expectations are all set by porn. But I think like most things, anyone who simply listens to their partners doesn’t have a problem with this. And any half-way intelligent male doesn’t expect women to act like female porn stars.

    I’ve always been lucky in that I’ve had very sex positive, communicative girlfriends and partners. They were really good at talking about what they liked. You learn to be a better lover as a man when you learn to listen. I’m continually amazed how vastly different and nuanced women are. Men are mostly the same as far as what turns us on.

    I’ve also had partners who were former sex workers and one who did porn. It’s illuminating to see how different she is in videos. Both say exactly the same thing–porn is just that–an act. And it’s an act that is primarily geared towards a male audience, and for masterbating to. And so of course it has to be a little more extreme presentation wise. I think most sensible people know the difference.

    But the statistics were fun to hear! Thank you for this!

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