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You, Me and Porn Make Three

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You, Me and Porn Make Three is an article by Liza Featherstone published on 2005 September 01 in Psychology Today. The subtitle of the articles reads “Pornography can be a harmless pleasure or a source of bitter resentment. How do you prevent the XXX explosion from undermining your relationship?”

The article is written predominantly for monogamous couples, but it can easily be extrapolated to be useful for all different groups of people and individuals who seek to come to terms to their use of pornography. The article describes aspects of using pornography that are good, neutral, and bad; and in that aspect covers a lot of ground.

The author provides some solid and reasoned suggestions on improving the relationship when pornography enters the discussion, but the probably the best suggestion came in form of cricitism:

[...]couples work hard to reach agreement on many issues—how they will spend money, where they will live, whether they will have children—but often neglect to achieve any sort of consensus on their sex life: how often, what sort of activities, how much extracurricular interest is acceptable

So the communication is brought forth as one of the keys of the happy life.

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