WIFE FINDS HUSBAND CHEATING… THIS PIC IS FROM A WOMAN WHO CAUGHT HER HUSBAND IN BED WITH ANOTHER MAN! SHE EXPLAINS BELOW HOW SHE CAPTURED THE PIC
———— This is a real pic. I live in Atlanta, but I work 2 hours away. A month ago my supervisor let me off early because there was damage to the ceiling from a rain storm.
I walked in my house and saw clothes on the hallway floor. I walked in my bedroom and saw what you are seeing.
The man with the thumb in his mouth is my husband. I have no idea who the other man is. I took this pic with my camera. I did not wake my husband. I just left. He has not seen me since. He has not attempted to call me or even drive to my work place.
What are the expectations towards your mate or the opposite sex after the experience of porn? Be it conscious or subconscious there is an expectation created. Is this a form of leisure or has this become a money making addiction even if you get it free is the whole point a mental indoctrination of the viewer which is a win, win, overall to agendas based beyond sex? An oversexed society, morals dwindling away human beings operating at the lowest vibration trained to be more physically stimulated and less mental astuteness. What are we to be if there are no emotions are involved and the nature of what the purpose of our sex is not even towards the simple be fruitful, it is disregard for our souls purpose and our evolution. No courtship, no discipline, no coupling, no virtue or seeking of it in another if you have none yourself. What is the worth of the worthless when the product is the worth of a promissory note to pay bills? Sex is more than sex, know that it applies to everything in life we do and how we live and treat ourselves and others.
Professor Gail Dines writes: “Images today have now become so extreme that what used to be considered hard-core is now mainstream pornography.”
Studies show that pornography can influence adolescents to become sexually active at younger ages and also to become promiscuous, sexually violent, and emotionally and psychologically unstable.” Pornography is highly addictive, with some researchers and therapists even likening it to crack cocaine.
Dr. Judith Reisman, a leading researcher on pornography, said: “Pornographic visual images imprint and alter the brain, triggering an instant, involuntary, but lasting, biochemical memory trail [that is] difficult or impossible to delete.
“Couples and families break up over porn.”—The Porn Trap, by Wendy and Larry Maltz.
FACTS ABOUT PORNOGRAPHY
EVERY SECOND: Nearly 30,000 persons view pornographic Web sites.
EVERY MINUTE: Internet users send more than 1.7 MILLION pornographic e-mails.
EVERY HOUR: Nearly TWO hard-core pornographic videos are released in the United States.
EVERY DAY: An average of more than TWO MILLION pornographic movies are rented in the United States alone.
EVERY MONTH: Nearly 9 out of 10 young men and 3 out of 10 young women in the United States view pornography.
EVERY YEAR: The global pornography industry generates an estimated $100 BILLION (U.S.).