Porn is Making Men Impotent
November 18, 2013
ILLUMINATI SOCIAL ENGINEERING
According to Canadian psychiatrist Norman Doidge,
porn has rewired the brains of millions of men.
They have become inured to normal sexual and emotional cues.
As men become impotent, Japan's heterosexual breakdown
The Illuminati separated sex from love and marriage and made porn readily available. As a consequence, many straight men have replaced women with images. Like many homosexuals, they have become jaded and need ever more perversity and drugs in order to respond. Real women and real love have become redundant to them. They are effectively gay in that they are addicted to sexual pleasure. Feminism was a depopulation program that psychologically neutered many women. Porn is its male counterpart.
By Norman Doidge MD
A number of men reported increasing difficulty in being turned on by their actual sexual partners, spouses or girlfriends, though they still considered them objectively attractive.
When I asked if this phenomenon had any relationship to viewing pornography, they answered that it initially helped them get more excited during sex but over time had the opposite effect. Now, instead of using their senses to enjoy being in bed, in the present, with their partners, lovemaking increasingly required them to fantasize that they were part of a porn script. Some gently tried to persuade their lovers to act like porn stars, and they were increasingly interested in "f**king" as opposed to "making love."
Their sexual fantasy lives were increasingly dominated by the scenarios that they had, so to speak downloaded into their brains, and these new scripts were often more primitive and more violent than their previous sexual fantasies. I got the impression that any sexual creativity these men had was dying and that they were becoming addicted to Internet porn.
The changes I observed are not confined to a few people in therapy. A social shift is occurring. While it is usually difficult to get information about private sexual mores, this is not the case with pornography today, because its use is increasingly public. This shift coincides with the change from calling it "pornography" to the more casual term "porn."
For his book on American campus life, I Am Charlotte Simmons, Tom Wolfe spent a number of years observing students on university campuses. In the book, one boy, Ivy Peters, ... recognizes that he is like a drug addict who can no longer get high on the images that once turned him on. And the danger is that this tolerance will carry over into relationships, as it did in patients whom I was seeing, leading to potency problems and new, at times unwelcome, tastes...
When pornographers boast
that they are pushing the envelope by introducing new, harder themes,
what they don't say is that they must, because their customers are
building up a tolerance to the content. The back pages of men's
risque magazines and Internet porn sites are filled with ads for
Viagra-type drugs--medicine developed for older men with erectile
problems related to aging and blocked blood vessels in the penis.
(Since young women have become sex objects, Japanese men are opting for the real thing. Life-sized dolls)
Today young men who surf porn are tremendously fearful of impotence,
or "erectile dysfunction" as it is euphemistically called. The
misleading term implies that these men have a problem in their
penises, but the problem is in their heads, in their sexual brain
maps. The penis works fine when they use pornography. It rarely
occurs to them that there may be a relationship between the
pornography they are consuming and their impotence. (A few men,
however, tellingly described their hours at computer porn sites as
time spent "masturbating my brains out.")
One of the boys in Wolfe's book describes the girls who are coming over to have sex with their boyfriends as "cum dumpsters." He too is influenced by porn images, for "cum dumpsters," like many women in porn films, are always eager, available receptacles and therefore devalued.
The addictiveness of Internet pornography is not a metaphor. Not all addictions are to drugs or alcohol. People can be seriously addicted to gambling, even to running. All addicts show a loss of control of the activity, compulsively seek it out despite negative consequences, develop tolerance so that they need higher and higher levels of stimulation for satisfaction, and experience withdrawal if they can't consummate the addictive act.
All addiction involves long-term, sometimes lifelong, neuroplastic change in the brain. For addicts, moderation is impossible, and they must avoid the substance or activity completely if they are to avoid addictive behaviors. Alcoholics Anonymous insists that there are no "former alcoholics" and makes people who haven't had a drink for decades introduce themselves at a meeting by saying, "My name is John, and I am an alcoholic."
PORN NUMBS SEXUAL RECEPTIVITY
healthy pleasure and relief from sexual tension, but what they often
deliver is addiction, tolerance, and an eventual decrease in
pleasure. Paradoxically, the male patients I worked with often craved
pornography but didn't like it. The usual view is that an addict
goes back for more of his fix because he likes the pleasure it gives
and doesn't like the pain of withdrawal. But addicts take drugs when
there is no prospect of pleasure, when they know they have an
insufficient dose to make them high, and will crave more before they
begin to withdraw. Wanting and liking are two different things.
(Norman Doidge, left)
An addict experiences cravings because his plastic brain has become sensitized to the drug or the experience. Sensitization leads to increased wanting. It is the accumulation of deltaFosB, caused by exposure to an addictive substance or activity, that leads to sensitization.
Pornography is more exciting than satisfying because we have two separate pleasure systems in our brains, one that has to do with exciting pleasure and one with satisfying pleasure. The exciting system relates to the "appetitive" pleasure that we get imagining something we desire, such as sex or a good meal. Its neurochemistry is largely dopamine-related, and it raises our tension level.
The second pleasure system has to do with the satisfaction, or consummatory pleasure, that attends actually having sex or having that meal, a calming, fulfilling pleasure. Its neurochemistry is based on the release of endorphins, which are related to opiates and give a peaceful, euphoric bliss.
Pornography, by offering an endless harem of sexual objects, hyperactivates the appetitive system. Porn viewers develop new maps in their brains, based on the photos and videos they see. Because it is a use-it-or-lose-it brain, when we develop a map area, we long to keep it activated. Just as our muscles become impatient for exercise if we've been sitting all day, so too do our senses hunger to be stimulated...
The content of
what they found exciting changed as the Web sites introduced themes
and scripts that altered their brains without their awareness.
Because plasticity is competitive, the brain maps for new, exciting
images increased at the expense of what had previously attracted
them--the reason, I believe, they began to find their girlfriends
less of a turn-on.
Thanks to Sandeep for the Tip
Makow - "Why All Porn is Gay"
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