It’s well known that men and women experience sex in different ways. Men are typically more visually oriented and women are more interested in connections and relationships. When viewing pornography, men focus on body parts and women are more aroused if there’s a hint of emotional connection between the characters. Men and women also differ as sex addicts; men are more interested in activities that objectify sex partners like watching pornography, voyeurism, and anonymous sex while women are interested in romance, fantasy, exhibitionism, and activities that feel like relationships. However, while pornographers are responding to these differences by producing relationship-oriented material geared towards women, more women are watching the hard-core porn that men enjoy.
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