Ex­cess w*nks get no thanks

Midweek Sport - - THURSDAY AUG 9 -

Dear Vikki,

I THINK I have an ad­dic­tion to porn and it seems to be af­fect­ing my re­la­tion­ship.

It all started when things started to cool off a bit in the bed­room with my girl­friend af­ter the first six month hon­ey­moon pe­riod.

I started switch­ing on the lap­top when she fell asleep at night for a quick wank and that was it – I was still shag­ging her twice a week which kept things tick­ing over smoothly.

I reckon that it started to be­come a prob­lem when I be­gun to think about the sexy girls in the movies more than my girl­friend.

I was wak­ing up in the night and wank­ing my­self hard next to my part­ner en­joy­ing feel­ing de­ceit­ful.

This pro­gressed to me go­ing down­stairs and spend­ing a good three hours trawl­ing through many hard­core porn sites, view­ing all sorts of filthy acts.

The best ones had five studs with huge cocks all giv­ing it to one sexy bird, tak­ing it turns to slide their lengths down her through be­fore giv­ing it to her up the butt, then com­ing all over her face so she can barely see.

The type of sex in porn movies is the type I like and ful­fils me com­pletely while sex now with my girl­friend just seems lame in com­par­i­son.

This now has in turn had the ad­verse ef­fect of a us end­ing up with a non-ex­is­tent sex life. What’s the way for­ward with this?

Paul, South­port

Dear Paul,

I HAVE re­ceived a lot of com­plaints from women who are dis­tressed that their male part­ners no longer want to make love to them, pre­fer­ring to spend hours wank­ing in front of porn.

It is a good idea if cou­ples dis­cuss their at­ti­tude to porn early on in their re­la­tion­ship and agree some house rules about how much porn is viewed and of what type.

Com­mu­ni­ca­tion is gen­er­ally the key so maybe you should broach the sub­ject with your part­ner and in­vite her to get in­volved.

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