Hi duszek, I hope you understand I'm talking about men and women in general. You are of course entitled to your personal view on these topics, and I don't mean to debate that.
I said that a normal man should be repulsed by porn. It was a statement of fact. A hypothesis.
Note use of the word "normal". I know you don't consciously intend this, but the gist of your comment is that if we like porn, we're not normal, we're weird, we should feel embarrassed, shamed. This is manipulation by guilt.
I propose to you that a normal healthy intelligent man doesn't take this manipulation by guilt strategy too seriously.
I propose to you that when we do, women take us less seriously, and are actually disappointed by our weakness.
Women take this approach, because they don't want to compete with hot young babes that cost only $25/mo. That's understandable. I'm not saying this is wrong, as women are entitled to feel and say whatever they want. I'm just labeling this activity for what it is, in the spirit of clear thinking.
Many men are repulsed by porn, but they are not posting here at the moment.
Yes, that's probably true. I would propose that such men might be scared of their own sexuality. Being repulsed by naked women is kind of a problem for a straight guy. Perhaps it works just fine for gay guys, I don't know.
It seems to be rather so that the more a man consumes porn the less his chances are of having a relationship with a real woman.
I'm guessing most porn watching men are married.
It was men psychologists who explained this on a different forum. And they even gave a good rational reason: because the porn consumer becomes too impatient to get what he wants in a second and things do not work that way in real life.
This is a good point, but I would apply it to the Internet in general, not just porn.
As example, I now have an unrealistic expectation that real world face to face people will talk philosophical blowharding with me for endless hours, like you guys do. I'm sometimes disappointed and kinda frustrated when they won't.
We've discussed this in other threads. This technology is going to offer ever more compelling competition to the real world.