Decoding – From Rocco Siffredi to Women's Films: How Pornography Affects Our Sexuality?


From the beginning of adolescence, most of us come into contact with pornography. These images influence our representation of sexuality. Is it good or bad?

Let's start this decryption with a figure or a significant ratio: “By age 11, more than 80% of children have had contact with pornography.” This French data was shared by Pascal de Sutter, a psychologist, sexologist and UCLouvain professor. According to him, there is no doubt: “These images influence our view of sexuality and our sexual behavior in some way..

How big is this impact? Difficult to estimate. But, let's say it's obscene “provides much of the sex education of today's youth”.



So the question is: is this a good thing or a bad thing? We must not make the mistake of putting all obscenities in the same category. “It's like saying cinema is good or bad. There are great films and others that are disastrous. There are good films and others that are very toxic. As for pornography, it's the same. It's very broad.”Pieces by Pascal de Sutter.

The expert takes as an example: “Porn made by women for women, with sophisticated scenes and highly respectful behavior for both sexes. Then there's ultra-violent, trashy porn that shows horrors that are shocking.”.

Most people today watch movies made by amateurs

Iv Psalti, a doctor of biomedical sciences and sexologist, agrees: “Most people today look at pictures taken by amateurs and they recognize themselves because it speaks to them. People do not recognize themselves in pictures in the porn industry, physically or behaviorally. Pictures made by women, women, no problem, pictures without intimate scenes, we have sex. It's not just the look. There's also the look. Sometimes people say to themselves: I love you.”. Compared to pornographic films, films with a natural, authentic side often show an unrealistic view of women's and men's bodies and activities. In this regard, Iv Psalti points to Italian porn star Rocco Siffredi: “At one point in his life, when he was making his films, he would pick up a woman, grab her by the hair, put her in the toilet, and flush the toilet. Frankly, I don't think a lot of people are excited about being able to do that. After that, I think he realized his mistake and reversed himself.. Generally, “Adults who see it know how to distinguish things, they notice that it's completely 'fake', false and has nothing to do with the relationship. They don't want to see it.”.

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5% of men are 'addicted' to porn

For Iv Psalti, you should also see who you are providing this content to: “Not everyone likes sex”. That's why they break up.”From 'sexophobes', people who don't really like sex, 'sexophiles' or sex lovers to 'intersexers' who see the playful side, 'Someday Yes,' won't appreciate movies like this. Not a day.

Most liked and viewed, pornographic images have a direct impact on sexual practices: “When young people see behaviors that seem familiar over and over again, they tend to consolidate them into habitual behaviors. For example, we see very little foreplay, many women serving the man's pleasure, which can have a huge impact. Many young people don't know how to please their partners.”Pascal de Sutter regrets.

The selection of films is therefore essential, as many productions still exhibit sexist arguments and representations of dominance. For Pascal de Sutter, “Sometimes even more so than before. And we might wonder why there is an inflation in viewing behavior of women being humiliated and slapped, when this was the exception in the past. We're looking at the most viewed images on porn sites.”quoting Pascal de Sutter, who highlights one reading path: “As a psychologist and sexologist, my hypothesis is that there is a kind of realignment between men and women in society and, in fact, there are men who are a little lost in their male identity, and perhaps they find a form of compensation by watching images of a sexual nature where dominant games occur..

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The psychologist also points out that women don't watch porn as much. “Without generalizations as every woman is different”. However, “There is a tendency that girls are more sensitive to reading than to pictures. A good example is “Fifty Shades of Grey” which became a worldwide success because girls want to read where they can give free rein to their imagination, only getting visual pictures”. Apparently, consumers are mostly men because they are more motivated by visuals, although each person is different.

It will be interesting to see the films suitable for male and female pleasure

Pornography can become an obsession and addiction. “Sexual stimulation is one of the most addictive substances. Some researchers believe that the neurochemicals triggered in the brain when viewing porn is comparable to taking heroin. It is highly addictive and for some men it becomes an addiction. It is thought to be about 5%. Men are truly addicted to porn”, referring to Pascal de Sutter. Especially since it's easy to access. “At a certain point, you had to rent cassettes, carry them, bring them back, and that's a lot of money. So, some men never saw it or only saw it a little bit when they were teenagers. Today, with any Internet connection, you're a few. Free access to unlimited content in clicks”He recalled.

In some cases, for example, “The use of pornography is effective in arousing sexual desires”Pascal de Sutter, who advises young people in particular, “You have to be interested in films made by women for women. It shows a completely different sexuality from the general trend that we can observe in classic porn. It is very rich and gives other images, and it allows young people to better understand how female. Sexuality works.”.

Otherwise, there is a risk of a vicious circle. “Men see what turns men on. That's how it works. It's a business that's all about making money. We're going to show them what's most exciting for them, but especially what's most functional, what gives you the most pleasure, the best erection, and the most satisfaction with your partner. Disallowed.”As Pascal de Sutter underlines.

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“It would be interesting to see porn that is suitable for both male and female pleasure, for example couples who are a little 'sleepy'.”Rate the two experts interviewed. “It can be a therapeutic tool to find something different, to be inspired, to re-energize couples who are sometimes experiencing difficulties.”Pascal de Sutter adds.

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