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The impact of porn on men has been studied, but little is known about how it could affect women. Between the ages of 11 and 16, Neelam watched porn most days. She quickly got over that initial shock. She wasn't alone. For Neelam, it started with a simple curiosity about sex. As Neelam became more well-versed in the kinds of videos that were available, she began to develop certain tastes.

It just felt like I was satisfying a need. I remember how quickly I got desensitised to it — 10 men and one woman, orgies that were basically a writhing mass of bodies, women being slapped or otherwise humiliated — and I was accessing all this before I had even had sex. I still watch it, though not as much, but I do think that after using it regularly for more than 10 years, I now find it difficult to orgasm without some higher level of stimulation, like a vibrator.

Or more porn. A lot has been written on the subject of men and excessive porn use, by news outlets and scientists. In , Angela Gregory, a psychosexual therapist working within the NHS, told the BBC that easy-to-access porn had led to an increase in the s of men being referred for treatment of erectile dysfunction. Partly, it comes down to neuroscience. In comparison, men produce high levels of vasopressin, which is the brain chemistry of persistence and focus.

This is one of the reasons a man might go on the internet and stay on there for hours and hours: they become so focused that everything around them ceases to exist. I started by looking for others like me, who consumed mainstream porn, to see whether it had had any effect on them. Neelam stopped watching porn when she was 16, precisely because of the physical impact it was having.

Noticing the physical difference when I was watching porn vs when I was having actual sex… I got really fearful. It actually made me feel better — I was 12 and starting to feel horny, and to see that you could express your sexuality with another woman was great. Dr Leila Frodsham is a consultant gynaecologist and spokesperson for the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine. Is it that they feel too ashamed to talk about these issues? And it fetishises people like me. I'd even go as far as saying that, for gay women, porn has made us the target of hate.

Men have gotten aggressive in bars, asking to watch me and my girlfriend make out. She now rarely watches porn. It was and the internet was still in its infancy. Like Neelam, though, the furtive high was bound up with deep-rooted feelings of shame. I went to an all-girls Catholic school and sex was treated as a thing that happens between a man and a woman who love each other for one reason alone: procreation.

Not seeing my story reflected there made me feel bad. But it really pulled me away from other activities. I started to isolate myself a lot, feel bad about myself, I thought there was something wrong with me. I turned inwards.

In she wrote an article in Salon magazine about her decision to seek treatment for sex addiction. She writes: "Usually gang bangs were a sure bet to getting off, but not this time. I kept searching, clicking through endless galleries of flesh, waiting to be impressed. Finally I found it. One that gave me that body-tingling, heart-racing, sweat-inducing rush of excitement.

It was an older clip, late '90s, but it was perfect. More than men. I got off once, then twice, then three times, and saved it for later use. I felt sick. Too aware. Like being treated roughly in bed, being talked to in a demeaning way.

I also watched lots of scenes where the men were a lot older than the women, and so I came to expect and desire aggressive behaviour from men. It also made me think about what kind of body I should have. Over the years Neelam has also questioned how much her early exposure to porn has formed her sexual desires. I will never know which came first — whether I had some innate tastes, or whether the porn created them.

When I was younger, I had this idea that when it came to sex, I should be completely passive — that sex was something that should be done to me. Was that passivity always there, or did I learn it from porn? Other, similar studies have been inconclusive about the effect aggressive porn has on men — some found the link between porn consumption and violence to be minor. But there is even less information about how it might affect women.

Other women find themselves using porn not get aroused, but to escape from stress or trauma. Author Jessica Valentish wrote a memoir about her experiences of addiction, and described how she used porn as a coping mechanism while writing the book and dredging up painful experiences.

It can be anxiety, stress, depression. It could be loneliness. The upcoming ban on unders viewing porn is aimed at tackling some of the issues which arise from children accessing hardcore materials. As part of the so-called 'porn ban', users will have to input official document data like a passport , or buy a PortesCard from a newsagent, to prove their age. As a DCMS spokesperson told BBC Three: "This is a world-leading step forward to protect our children from adult content, which is currently far too easy to access online.

The government, and the BBFC British Board of Film Classification as the regulator, have taken the time to get this right and we will announce a commencement date shortly. Others need to drink the whole bottle. And they were saying similar things to the men, that they felt out of control; that they needed to learn how to use this stuff rationally. You know, joyful, life-affirming porn that makes sex seem less like an endurance event and more like fun.

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