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For those skeptics out there who have said that anti-pornography movements are purely political or religious, we’d like to introduce you to Harry Fisch, MD. He works at Cornell University as a clinical professor of urology and reproductive medicine.

On the topic, he’s quoted as saying, “Porn isn’t just risky business; it’s a killer for your sex life.”

masturbationaddiction3Dr. Fisch is one of the top leaders in the treatment and diagnosis of health issues for men – most specifically those of a sexual nature. This is someone who really knows his stuff, and has the credentials to back up his statements.

He’s been very outspoken against the harm pornography does to men’s health. He summed up his findings best in this short statement:

“When a man chronically watches porn and gets off on it, or watches porn with his hands on himself so he can masturbate at the same time which is what usually happens), the sensory stimulation he gets from the virtual world makes it much more difficult for him to get aroused, stay aroused, and be happily aroused by the real, live woman in his life. … In other words, his frequent, porn-fueled masturbation leads to sexual dysfunction with a partner. If he can only have an orgasm when watching porn, and if he becomes accustomed to having orgasms only in a certain way or while watching a certain thing, he’s in trouble.”

This is really nothing new – but it does add a new level of credibility to the message we’ve been spreading: that porn can only hurt you and your relationships.

While pornos promise a world of sex, wild sex, better sex, indulgent and different types of sex, real life tends to work out exactly opposite. The deeper you go into the fantasy world of porn, the more dissatisfied, unhappy, and yes – sexless, you’ll be.

Dr. Fisch admits that he’s quite blunt on the subject of pornography and the harm it causes, but says that it’s because he “believe[s] porn is the single, largest non-health issue that makes relationships crumble.”

According to him, his research, and his experiences, he says that “…Porn is killing America’s sexual behavior… I see the detrimental [effects] of porn on men and women and their relationships every day…”

How Porn is Frustrating Men in the Bedroom3When you choose to watch pornography, you’re conditioning your brain to only be aroused and stimulated by the totally exaggerated versions of perversions that you see in the videos. That can lead to unending problems when it comes time for you to actually share your sheets with a partner.

The scary part is that porn doesn’t just make men bad in the bedroom – it’s stealing away their ability to enjoy sex at all. As in, they can’t have it anymore.

Another expert, Dr. Carlo Foresta, says that “Internet porn is killing young men’s sexual performance. … [There] is a general drop in libido, and in the end, it becomes impossible to get an erection.”

Truly frightening issues are starting to crop up. Where ED used to be fairly common for men over 40, chronic ED for men under 35 was virtually unheard of. Now, however, men as young as 20 and even teenagers are panicked because they just can’t maintain their erections.

How Porn is Frustrating Men in the Bedroom4The problem? Porn-induced erectile dysfunction. But this can’t be cured with a little blue pill. The problem isn’t with the guy’s penis, the problem’s in his brain.

We now have conclusive proof that porn doesn’t just alter your brain, ruin your relationships, and make you feel empty and depressed – it feeds on your sexuality until there’s nothing left for you.

While the instant, temporary gratification may seem fun, you’ll end up paying for it with an inability to have actual sex if you allow yourself to indulge in it.