Beauty: Kendra Cunningham
Personally, I’m not into watching porn with other people. I just feel like, despite its unquantifiable popularity, it’s still one of those dirty things you should be a little embarrassed and ashamed to say you enjoy as much as you do, like performing oral sex. The only reason I’ve ever watched porn is to remind myself what hard core sex looks like when suffering through a bout of unintentional celibacy. Now I know there are plenty of girls who are probably into it so it’s worth a shot, especially if your girlfriend is a stripper or a drug addict or one of those girls who never lets you see her without makeup- they’ll do anything to keep a man!
I had one boyfriend who asked me to watch porn with him. I got to pick the “movie” as he so generously called it. I picked one from the early 70’s. It was a confidence booster, I had a better body than the porn star. My boyfriend didn’t. That was the end of that.
Introducing porn into your relationship is risky. Be careful what you wish for. You don’t know where this will lead. Six months from now she might have you hog tied, verbally humiliating you, sticking a strap on down your throat.
I don’t know. I’m just saying, you gotta think about these things.
Thanks for listening!
Kendra is a stand up comic living in Brooklyn where she owns a super comfortable bed. She spends most of her time wondering where the hell her sugar daddy is and hoping he didn’t settle.
Porn has never entered any relationship I’ve had with another person. In fact, I do not even own porno DVD’s. I’ve never been a big fan of porn, although I do enjoy the role playing that goes on in them. Not that there is many scenario’s in today’s new releases, such as: the pool boy or cable repair man coming over. I’ve never been in the service industry, but just for a few stories, I’d might enjoy a year on the job. But I digress, I’m not sure I even answered the question yet.
After a few years of being in a relationship, things might need to be spiced up in the bedroom. Of course every couple is certainly different and this might not even apply to. Regardless of the situation, permission should be granted when introducing something a taboo as porn. It would be funny, however, if a guy had a DVD preloaded in the bedroom television. So that when their girlfriend turned on the tv, a sex would immediately pop on. Then boyfriend could enter the room acting surprised, “Hey, what are you watching?” I’m not suggesting to do it that way, but it is humorous to me.
There doesn’t seem a right or wrong way to enter something like this into a relationship, the best way to talk about anything is to joke about it first. See how the other reacts, one will never know until it is brought up. It might be the missing link to the relationship.
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