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How the internet has changed masturbation.

Discussion in 'Sex' started by luvgymnasts, Sep 21, 2016.

  1. luvgymnasts

    luvgymnasts New Member

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    I still enjoy the simple old ways as much as ever but the internet has opened up communication in ways we never could've imagined, with essentially free access to whatever visual stimulation you're into, from photographs to video and live masturbating on sites like chaturbate, we now share some of our most intimate moments with people all over the world, some even masturbate to peoples facebook profiles, how has masturbation changed for you ?
     
  2. skullpirate01

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    No one better be fappin to my profile, I tell you hwat.
     
  3. djfly

    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Be flattered. Doesn't actually affect you. ;)
     
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    lol nice thread
     
  5. SirJordan

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    What was it like in the days before the Internet? How didpeople access unlimited porn of all types?
     
  6. djfly

    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Magazines and videos.
    25 years ago, people weren't so desensitized to everything (be it sex, violence, language, etc) because the only time would generally see/hear such things was in movies.

    I remember the original battle between Aguilera and Spears. Each would release a video trashier/skankier than the other's. Within a few years, music videos were akin to porn. Now, porn needs to be even more extreme/elaborate to compete... etc.
     
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    I am pretty sure every singular person on this planet is a porn star, and the data is just so distorted that it never gets exposed to everyone at once as being an issue. People have become more perverted over time, in private they look at thousands of pictures of everyone around yet say absolutely nothing in public. It seems like most women have become bots of an online second life account of themselves that is somehow inter-tangled into the way they speak after all these men expel their man juice all over the floor. It's as close to Government Prostitution as it gets at this point, selling and yielding people's lives based upon their attributes. Somehow it happens to be indexed against the next person, after they are sufficiently programmed by pornograhic images to only like a certain specific group of looks or people in general. Porn is basically a simulation at this point, designed to program each user to waste their time and only end up with certain mates in life to specify an overall agenda of confined procreation and pleasure.
     
  8. SirJordan

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    Sounds like it sucked 25 years ago. My mum would go crazy if she found a stash of porno magazines in my room.
     
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  9. djfly

    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    The Internet Generation doesn't know how easy they have it, yet they complain louder and whine more than any generation before.
     
  10. SirJordan

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    Not all of us
     
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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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  12. SirJordan

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    I was actually being sympathetic to those around 25 years ago. That's not whining
     
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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Fair enough - I was there and I feel sorry for the Internet generation who has no comprehension of a true day's work.
     
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    What would you say was a true days work?
     
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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    Everything now is too easy. If you want porn, you google. want entertainment, stream it. want food, order it.

    I grew up without a cell phone, my parents didn't have a cell phone, there was no Internet and endless content. No endless video game consoles and titles. People, especially children, needed to make their own fun. If you wanted something, you actually needed to get up and get it. Everything took a bit more effort, and for that reason, I maintain that the current generation [born after 1995] has no clue.
     
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    If you say so. I still think a lot of my generation does make its own fun. Not everyone sits on a computer all day. I've spent a lot of my days outside playing with my friends, especially when I was younger and didn't have a phone
     
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    djfly Smiter of Spam

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    You're taking a very fair generalization way too personally, heh.
     
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    I'm not taking it personally, just trying to understand why the older generation say that. I know a lot of people who are fed up of people saying we have it easy.
     
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    Life used to be a lot more work. People have *way* too much leisure time these days, especially youth.

    (Never mind the sense of entitlement that everyone seems to have)

     
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    Back to the topic, did anybody else used to watch "scrambled porn"? When I was in high school, you could tune to the pay cable channels you didn't get and see a weirdly scrambled picture in, like, grey & blue but the sound was perfect. All the guys would watch it and then every now and then it would "unscramble" for anywhere from 20 minutes to a couple hours. It was truly sad but hilarious.

    As to @djfly's point, I feel very similarly about access to information these days. Things are still changing, but it's just something @SirJordan's generation will never be able to understand (and in fairness, we'll never know what it was like for them to grow up in the digital age). We used to play music for each other over the phone so we could hear new bands, make mixtapes, trade records/VHS tapes. I'd be curious to know more about how young people learn things and communicate things. As a concert promoter, I used to be very in tune to this stuff, but since taking a step back a year ago I feel like I'm in the dark age.
     
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