Sexperts are reporting a spike in the number of men with a dangerous addiction to online porn, which is affecting their relationships with their partners.
According to Ian Kerner, sex therapist and author of Passionista: The Empowered Woman's Guide to Pleasuring a Man, easy access to highly graphic sexual content has caused 'Sexual Attention Deficit Disorder' or SADD.
He defines this as becoming so accustomed to high levels of visual sex and stimulation from internet porn that you are unable to focus on a real sex with a real person.
He believes that men with SADD find it difficult to maintain an erection during intercourse, get bored easily and often require manual stimulation to finish the job.
Although their bodies may be aroused, they are not feeling the between the sheets excitement mentally. Instead of using their imaginations, some men have become rewired to only appreciate the instant gratification of online action.
Basically, online porn is completely sapping their natural mojo!
If you think your man could be influenced by SADD, it is possible to do something about it (but he will have to work on it too!). Start by encouraging him to use his imagination in the bedroom and open up about your role play fantasies.
Spending longer on foreplay and paying extra attention to his body should bring his mind back to the bedroom and away from the stereotypical 'porn situation'.
For more sex tips by Ian Kerner and more info on SADD, click here.
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