Should You Share Porn With Your Partner?

If you want to spice things up in the bedroom, a lot of people suggest that the best thing for you to do is to sit down with your partner and watch some porn. It is a fun thing to do with your partner, especially if you want to show them your kinky interests in them and don’t know how to start the conversation.

Should You Share Porn With Your Partner

The problem is that not everyone feels comfortable enough to share porn with their partner. They don’t think that it is right for them, and they worry about what might happen to their relationship if they do decide to open up about their porn preferences.

So should you share porn with your partner? We take a look at the pros and cons, and whether you should share porn with that special someone.

+ Share your kinky interests!

You might have some kinks that you are keen to share with your partner. A good way to do this is by sharing porn. If you sit down with your partner you can show them exactly what it is that turns you on the most.

It gives you the chance to watch their reaction as you share porn with them. You can see if their eyes go wide with lust or with confusion. It will tell you if they want to see more or if they are happy to simply watch something else.

You’ll find that it is an excellent talking point, especially if they have some questions about the things that they have seen. You can answer their questions or direct them to another video that might help answer their questions.

It can help to ease them into it, especially if you start out with tamer videos. You can watch the videos beforehand to make sure they don’t go too extreme. You don’t want to throw them in at the deep end, after all. You simply want to tease them.

They say that sharing is caring... but does this apply to porn?
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– What if they don’t like it?

The problem with sharing your porn in this way to try and entice your partner into learning more about your fetish is that they might not like it. The chances are that it might simply not be for them, and while you can cope with this, a more extreme reaction can be very disheartening.

They might actually be disgusted by your fetish. This is why it is best to check the videos you are going to show them first. If it is too extreme it can be very off-putting.

Take the time to carefully select the videos, making sure you watch them all of the way through. Yes, you might find it a challenge with porn, but it will work out better in the long run. That way you are easing them into it and are more likely to get a positive reaction from them.

If they still don’t like it then there isn’t much you can do about it. At least you’ll have porn, right?

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+ A new form of foreplay

You might actually find that taking the time to sit down and watch porn with your partner is a great thing to do. It might even replace foreplay!

We all get turned on watching porn, and so when you share porn you’ll find that you are both being turned on by the same things. The slow build up to sex and the acts themselves are a lot of fun to watch.

Plus, you might find yourself inspired. You could try copying what you see on the screen. Try that position you have always wanted to and see who would make the better porn star out of both of you. It is even better if you are going for the ultimate porn star experience, so make sure you choose your favourite film to watch!

Vanessa Hudgens is very excited by something... in the same way we get excited by porn!
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– Porn is personal

We’ve already said earlier that there is a chance your partner might not share your love of porn. However, it might not be that they are turned off by it. Instead, they might simply not be turned on by the things that they see.

Everybody has different interests when it comes to porn. Personally I am a huge fan of lesbian porn. There is nothing quite as sexy as seeing one hot woman going down on another, using only their tongue to bring them to orgasm.

But my potential partners might not like that too much. They might be more into BDSM… or perhaps they are a fan of POV porn? Your porn is personal, and getting the courage to share your turn ons in such way is difficult to do.

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Would you share your porn?

Speaking from experience, I know how tough it can be to share porn. You worry that your partner will judge your taste. However, once you get over that fear you’ll find that it is the best thing you have ever done.

Do you think you could be brave enough to try sharing porn with your partner? Have you done it before? We want to hear from you.

You can vote in the poll below to tell us whether sharing porn is a good idea. Once you’ve voted, leave a comment in the box below to tell us more. We’d love to see what you have to say about this.

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Lara Mills

Lara Mills is a writer who has four years of sex industry expertise behind her. Since she entered the adult industry, she has worked on the Escort Advertising forums, before moving into her current role three years ago.

Since then she has gained a fine reputation with her blogs on sex advice, sexual health and amusing news stories from around the globe. She is also a campaigner for the rights of sex workers from all over the world.

In her spare time, Lara keeps herself active by going running, and is something of a film buff. She also loves to go travelling.
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