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This is life as Raquel Welch sees it: We’re supporting our husbands or boyfriends, going off to work each day while he sits at home, glued in front of the computer, whacking off all day to online porn. Our guys are no better than Tiger Woods. They are all a bunch of sex addicts. But none of them can help it -- it’s in their DNA.
In an interview with Men’s Health, the sex symbol from the ‘60s talks -- what else? -- sex, and says that “we’re all sex addicts, literally… and I think this era of porn is at least partially responsible for it.”
“You have these images coming at you unannounced and unsolicited. It just gets to be so plastic and phony to me. Maybe men respond to that. But is it really better than an experience with a real life girl that he cares about? It’s an exploitation of the poor male’s libidos. Poor babies, they can’t control themselves.”
So, in case you thought your guy is at all in control of where he sticks his wiener, or how he gets aroused, you should know that it is out of his hands, and completely not his fault!
Welch then goes on to say that internet porn makes men sit in front of their computers “completely annihilated. They haven’t done anything, they don’t have a job, they barely have ambition anymore. And it makes for laziness and a not very good sex partner.”
Basically, everything that’s wrong with guys today -- and apparently it’s a doozy of a list -- can be blamed on porn. So if your good-for-nothing husband is leaving his socks on the floor, offering you nothing but wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am encounters and grumbling about his job (if he even has one), rest assured, it has nothing to do with his dissatisfaction with work or you, and has everything to do with porn.