Just the Three of Us: Me, You and Porn

Here's my official position on porn: I don't like it. I don't have a political problem with it. I don't have a moral problem with it. My problems with porn lie mostly in the acting, lighting and wardrobe '- or lack thereof. Watching two untalented, badly lit people who can't act well enough to get cast in a Burger King commercial have sex with each other doesn't make me want to have sex.

Oddly, though, it does make me want to have a burger.

According to a recent article in Psychology Today, 66 percent of men between the ages of 18 and 34 look at porn on the Internet at least once a month. Apparently, 66 percent of men are a lot less picky than I am, and that comes as no surprise.

A lot of women are not happy about what 66 percent of their husbands and boyfriends are doing at least once a month. Moreover, a lot of women don't like the idea that what their man is really longing for is some perfect-looking woman with gigantic breasts and no pubic hair. That notion makes them feel inadequate, for one, and it also makes them feel like there isn't enough time in the day (or painkillers) to keep up with that kind of personal waxing.


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