Stanford Uni Prof Philip Zimbardo said: “Real sex involves communicating with a real person, feeling their pain, earning their trust, smelling them, becoming part of them — making a real connection with them.” But apparently our generation is missing out on the apparent joys of sniffing a sexual partner or sharing some kind of BDSM-esque pleasure.
And it’s all down to our rigorous passion for Xbox and online smut.
Zimbardo told The Sunday Times: “When I talk to students about this they explain to me that they would rather be gaming or watching porn than doing anything else — even when they are not doing it they are thinking about it.” He added: “The world young men live in is increasingly feminised and politically correct.
“Young men are using porn and online gaming excessively because they have so few outlets for alternative self-expression.
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Starting now, the Messenger for Android app, and later its i OS counterpart, will allow signups from non-Facebook users with just a name and phone number.
Anthony Cotter, 30, was charged Thursday with receiving and distributing child porn over the internet, according to a news release from the U. Cotter also allegedly told investigators he had been abusing a girl and taking nude photos of her.
Ever blamed booze for dragging down your sex drive or killing your game?
According to a hotshot psychology professor our obsession with online porn and violent video games is casting a lonely cloud of doom over our love lives.
What’s more, technology is apparently sabotaging what it means to be male.
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