Essay about Porn : More Help Than Harm

1433 Words Dec 6th, 2016 6 Pages
Porn: More Help Than Harm

Pornogrphy is one of the most controversical but ever present parts of our everyday lives. In this day and age, it is more readily available for our viewing than ever before. We can see it in movies, magazines and on the our computers with the click of a button. However, this leads us to one of the most morally testing questions of a modern day relationship, “Is watching pornography cheating?” With so many different opinions circling the media, there is only one real answer. Viewing pornography is not an act of infidelity in any way. The act of adultery is only committed when interacting with another man or woman other than your current partner. Pornography is a idealistic representation and is no more real than any Hollywood film. It allows the viewer to fantasize about a sex act without actually taking part. It also is a resource to those in long-term relationships. It allows people to take out their sexual frustrations without putting their emotional relationship with their partner in jeopardy. Pornography has been a part of human culture for centuries. It should no longer be viewed as an act of adultery and should be accepted as a part of our society. To consider Porn as adultery would be holding it to the same standards as a physical encounter with a person other than your partner. There is a dramatic difference between the consumption of pornography and an actual act of sex. One exists in seclusion in front of a computer screen,…

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