If Your Man is Addicted, or Really Into, Porn, Try Tactics on This List

Become His Porn Partner: X-Hooker Life Hack #52

Remember how I cautioned women to avoud yelling and lengthy diatribes? Here are alternatives to traditional arguing. I call it The Porn Partnership. If you can’t beat ’em you really will have to join ’em. Is he going to stop watching? I have yet to meet a man who wants to give up pornography. Not even the guy told me:

She’s totally hot. She’s right there. I want to do her, but I can’t get off of the video

Former client explaining how watching porn made him feel conflicted

Strategies for forming a porn partnership. For the woman who loves a man who loves porn

  • Watch with him and watch the way he watches. Comment on what he remarks about, find videos in his favorite porn genre. Generally emulate him.
  • Take it seriously. My friend told me I had ruined many movies for him by pointing out the absurdity of the storyline, the poor lighting, or how a position was obviously fake given the angles of the bodies. Don’t be a critic unless he enjoys critiques. Suspend disbelief.
  • Initiate. Find porn that you like and introduce something new to the situation.
  • Reenact the plots. Get creative. Don the heels and other costumes. Reenact the scenes without the video. Or do the scenes side by side with the video. See who can finish first.
  • Make your own porn. Note: make masks a part of the storyline. (Never be identifiable in a video unless you’re cool with the world seeing it. Devices get hacked. People get angry and post things they shouldn’t. Anything can happen, no matter how much secure privacy you believe you have.)
No one has to know about your participation in pornography. A mask like the one in the image will work if you want to make a video of yourself. If he’s going to watch porn he might as well watch you! Search an XXX site for masks and you’ll find lots of study material.

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4 thoughts on “If Your Man is Addicted, or Really Into, Porn, Try Tactics on This List

  1. Reblogged this on Sexy, Funny Video/Verse unmasks forbidden intimate taboos in Honolulu and commented:

    There is something addictive about the screen. I believe this bc I have experimented with showing guys pix of me while I am beside them and they get stuck on the screen with it’s pix of the live woman beside them. If you want a confidence boost ladies take some pix if yourselves or do a video and watch him get stuck on that.

  2. I have never watched a porn video acting scene. I will fast forward from intriguing scene to intriguing scene until the deed is done. In that sense I use it as more of a body maintenance tool than anything worthy of the stigma American society places upon it.

    Your post has brought an interesting thought of using porn as an educational tool for the understanding of bodies and improving relationships. Not everyone discerns or disseminates information effectively. To further complicate this we all have unique ways of encoding and decoding information and interpretation. Sometimes I don’t know how people communicate at all with each other. Having a visual example of what we like or don’t like could be very helpful in establishing what is or isn’t sexually pleasurable for individuals as long as we are mature enough to not be embarrassed or jealous.

    Now another thought. Obviously providers are people and we all have different ways of looking at things. I wonder how providers would feel with a porn video cued up on a phone with a statement like “Could you do this to me?” I am sure there is a better way to broach the subject but the assembly of words is not my forte. Any thoughts from the internet out there?

      1. Not all providers are as open minded. I have been the recipient of some strange looks with a few of my requests. I can only imagine what a graphic representations reaction might be. My goal includes not alienating the provider as the other portions of the goal would be impacted. I find it difficult at times gaining insight as to who would be more receptive considering the limited time and communications a provider client relationship has.

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