Quoting xTJ:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Blah:</b>" My SO doesn't ... He used to but he decided ages ... [snip!] ... he told me, but it's been over a year now and he reckons he still doesn't watch it."</blockquote> Did he say why?"
Quoting xTJ:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Talena_caro:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting xTJ:</b>" ... [snip!] ... DH hasn't been hasn't been single since he was 15 and has been having regular sex since then so perhaps that explains it lol"
Quoting xTJ:" I can understand it from a religious point of view but other tat and having an agreement not too yeah I just assumed every guy does regularly, ah well "
Quoting justanothamotha:" My dh is pretty much athiest. He says that he doesn't find it appealing because it is someone's daughter,/wife/mother/sister ... [snip!] ... religious in any sense of that word. He is just very consistent in the way he lives in general, much more so than me even."
Quoting Destiel:" Just curious. I write erotica (as in book form), and have been told several times by various publishers ... [snip!] ... that I'm involved in the 'sex industry'. I'm just curious how your husband would think of erotica and the people that write it."I can ask for sure, but I think (and have known him 20 yrs now so I am a fair judge of what his likely response would be) that he would think that is one of the few areas that is fine since no one is pressured into anything they don't actually feel comfortable with & no one is exploited, to my knowledge anyway no one is exploited. For instance, Dh had no problem with me posing for a life drawing class nude...because it was well paid & the class was about drawing the human form. It isn't about getting young girls in there to treat them like sex objects & many life drawing models are all ages & genders. He also isn't opposed to arousal from outside sources (this isn't any issue to do with whether or not it is ethical to get aroused by someone or something else), it is about whether it is truly a healthy industry/occupation. I can certainly ask him what he thinks about writing erotica. Is the industry reputable as a whole, like are you treated well/paid accordingly, etc? I really have never given that industry much thought in regard to whether they have fair business practices so I have no idea....
Quoting justanothamotha:" I can ask for sure, but I think (and have known him 20 yrs now so I am a fair judge of what his likely ... [snip!] ... really have never given that industry much thought in regard to whether they have fair business practices so I have no idea...."
Quoting Talena_caro:" I dunno about them being pressured into, some people just enjoy that stuff. It takes all types of people in the world."It does but you can't tell the difference...so whether one woman does it because she loves it & another does it because she is pressured or feels like she has to in order to keep her addiction up or whatever...