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April 15, 2016

Is Watching Porn Cheating? Science Says ‘Yes’ — Studies show that couples in a healthy and well-adjusted relationship exhibit much higher levels of oxytocin than those in a distressed relationship. Watching porn triggers the release of oxytocin as well, effectively bonding the person to those people

Filed under: Lust Freedom!,Lying • ToBeFree,Relationships • ToBeFree — Jeff Fenske @ 11:16 pm

From: fightthenewdrug.org

IS WATCHING PORN CHEATING? SCIENCE SAYS YES

Secrets & Lies

… This is one of the main reasons that porn is cheating—because of all the damaging secrecy and hiding that goes into it. There are few things that will tear apart a relationship as much as snooping around and keeping secrets. And when that secret is that one half of the relationship is watching other people have sex and imagining themselves being with other people, how could the other half in the relationship not feel cheated on by that?

Science proves that porn is cheating

There is actual scientific proof that watching porn is cheating. When someone is viewing porn, a pleasure chemical called oxytocin is released into the brain. Oxytocin is known to increase feelings of attachment, connection, and trust. Studies show that couples in a healthy and well-adjusted relationship exhibit much higher levels of oxytocin than those in a distressed relationship. Because the hormone is naturally released during sex, watching porn triggers the release of oxytocin as well, effectively bonding the person to that experience. Over time, the bond becomes stronger and stronger until it seems unbreakable. Meaning, a porn user is literally bonding themselves to a sexual experience coming from a computer screen, not from their partner.

We don’t know your definition of cheating, but when a person is sexually bonding to something other than their own partner, we would most definitely call that cheating.

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