Tag: internet



I am worried about being addicted to online porn

Before I say why the last five months have been so interesting, I will try and catch you up. All my life, I have been attracted to women. I can remember my childhood crushes, the girls I used to date, and the first time I snuck a peek at Playboy. Shannon Tweed, Heather Kozar...ahh such beautiful women! I grew up well, had wonderful girlfriends, all of my sexual fantasies and urges involved women, girls in class got me off, I loved the way they looked and felt, one girl in which I fell in love with for the better part of two years. I was a very happy man. In addition to this, I had a couple addictive/compulsive/obsessive things to my life and what I see now as the most troubling was an internet porn addiction. I looked at it every day since the age of 16. I loved it though and thought nothing was wrong. I gradually moved on to more hardcore stuff. What should I do now? Is there a way to get rid of this addiction, or is this just normal and I should not worry about it?


I enjoy seeing girls having sex, but I don’t want ...

I am a straight girl. I always want to look at pornography on the Internet. I know I shouldn't, but I can't help it. I look at a girl and a guy have sex, but I watch more videos of girls having sex with other girl. I know I am straight, but I need someone to tell me if I am straight. I can't be gay/lesbian/bi and be a Pentecostal (that's my religion). I need someone to tell me I am straight and I am doing my best to stop looking at pornography. I love the Lord and He will help me understand. I would never kiss or have sex with another girl, but I enjoy seeing other girls have sex. I don't like that feeling at all! What should I do?



Should I develop a relationship with someone I met online?

My question is about being in a relationship with a person you met online. About seven years ago, I met a boy on a forum and since then we have talked every single day for hours, we watched each other grow up, we know each other's flaws and strengths and for the most part we can accept each other's differences. Over the past two years this has developed slowly and gradually into a very deep relationship, even past the crush stage to something closer to love. We have no way of knowing until we meet each other. Is this a good thing to do? Should we go for it even with the societal stigmatization that comes with it? And even if our families may not think it is the best thing to do?


Story – The Internet : Friend or Foe?

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