Stop blaming porn for your Sexual Performance Anxiety!

David Carreras of Mistermanpower.net chimes in today about a subject that he holds close to his heart… porn.

There seems to be a movement as of late where people experiencing erectile dysfunction are blaming it on porn.

Many men experience sexual anxiety, a sort of mental ED where they are unable to gain an erection. You may have experienced this once before, if not multiple times.

I faced it when I was younger, and luckily learned to overcome it (without quitting porn!). It really can prevent you from gaining an erection.

Men are looking for a scapegoat for their failed erection

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t’s hard when ED strikes (actually, it’s not hard… that’s the problem). It’s difficult when ED strikes..

We feel like we are broken… can it be low T? Do I have a physical issue with my erection?

Combine that with our guilt over masturbation and watching porn, and we the perfect culprit for our erectile dysfunction… and a logical one.

The theory behind “Porn-Induced ED” (they even coined a very official sounding “diagnosis”) is that a man has watched porn to the point where regular sex with regular women doesn’t turn them on anymore…

Porn has completely desensitised the man to regular sex… and hence, without such extreme mental and visual stimulation, they can’t get it up.

And the theory makes sense… only that:
1) The idea is total BS, and
2) Science has proven it is total BS.

What science has to say about porn and Erectile Dysfunction – Porn leads to HARDER erections

In a study conducted to investigate this whole theory, men who reported viewing porn had STRONGER erections when shown porn compared to their “porn-less” counterparts. The porn watchers had better responding erections.

And the more porn they reported watching… the better their erection quality.

Men who watched more porn also reported better erectile function with their partners during sex. (I think ejaculating on a regular basis, on it’s own, helps us keep our erection “in shape”).

Okay, so we can’t blame xHamster… So how do we overcome Sexual Performance Anxiety?

Not being able to gain an erection due to sexual performance anxiety is quite a common problem, but don’t start pointing fingers and looking for something to blame… including yourself.

Being anxious before sex is normal. ESPECIALLY with someone new. We are all human, and anxiety is a common emotion in all us. Nothing to be ashamed of.

Admit you are anxious, and see the emotion directly as it is. Shining this light on it brings it out of the shadows of your psyche, helps you learn to deal with it, and reduces its power over you…

Then just concentrate on getting as mentally aroused as possible, and your erection will come along on it’s own…

The following physical tips will help you to achieve, and keep, your erection as well:

  • Get her hand, and put it on your testicles during foreplay… ask her to massage. This will send a jolt of “sexual electricity” to where it needs to go.
  • Slap your semi-erect penis against her leg (or other parts… ) until it becomes fully erect.
  • Once fully erect, keep the stimulation to your penis up for a good 30 seconds or more before putting on the condom.

Now go, watch your BangBros in peace!

Don’t feel ashamed for watching porn, and don’t blame it for your ED or sexual anxiety… it won’t help.

Man up, face the problem head on, and learn from it… You will learn how to achieve erections when nervous, and have stronger erections, thanks to all the porn you’ve been watching!

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