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    leefers1 posted:
    If internet visual stimulation works for you to achieve healthy sexual release feeling bad about it is clearly contrary to your sexual health!
    Please try to see it as a replacement for the sexual excitement of youth. Men are hunters, observing sexual "prey" online is harmless fun with no victim. You can argue about the sexual politics of pornography, but it is hard to argue that it is not readily available and filled with willing participants!
    Change is the Only Law of the Universe. This activity is just change- and it is not finished changing. 20 years from now it will be almost unrecognizable. Medicine may make this need easily solvable in the future, until then, please relax...
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