‘Watch­ing naughty movies made me try anal... I loved it!’

Midweek Sport - - TV GUIDE - By SARAH GREEN­HILL

I THINK that to­day’s gen­er­a­tion are much bet­ter in­formed about sex – and I reckon it’s largely thanks to porn.

The bet­ter in­formed you are, the bet­ter de­ci­sions you can make so that can only be a good thing.

For me it’s an ed­u­ca­tional thing – with­out it I don’t think I’d en­joy such an ex­cit­ing sex life.

One ex­am­ple is anal sex. I don’t think I would have tried it with­out watch­ing porn, and now I ab­so­lutely love it.

Un­less you’ve seen some­one do­ing it, it seems re­ally wrong. But watch­ing girls on film made it some­thing I’d like to try.

As long as you take your time and start slowly, it’s one of the horni­est things to do be­cause it’s feels so wrong, in a good way!

Peo­ple shouldn’t be in­tim­i­dated by porn, they should em­brace it. It will def­i­nitely im­prove their sex lives. TO­DAY we ex­pose the truth about how Bri­tain’s women re­ally feel about porn.

Thanks to the in­ter­net, ev­ery home now has easy ac­cess to adult movies di­rect on their com­puter.

And with re­cent stud­ies say­ing more than 90 per cent of peo­ple un­der 25 have seen hard­core ac­tion, it’s an im­por­tant part of life in 2011.

Last week The Sun news­pa­per talked to or­di­nary girls who said that XXX flicks leave them feel­ing in­tim­i­dated.

But our in­ves­ti­ga­tion re­vealed that to­day’s women ac­tu­ally see porn films as sim­ply an­other tool to use as part of their sex lives.


Far from giv­ing them a false im­pres­sion of what sex should be like, they use it to im­prove their bed­room an­tics.

We also spoke to adult in­dus­try leg­end Michelle Thorne, who re­vealed just how much she en­joys be­ing a porn star.

She said: “It’s a great in­dus­try to work in. It is like a big fam­ily where ev­ery­one looks out for each other – and I get to have sex with lots of gor­geous men!”

Here’s what our Sport mod­els had to say about watch­ing sex flicks…

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