CZ-syndrome: Porn And The End of Sex

Porn and virtual sexual experiences is already dramatically decreasing and damaging our sex-life, with huge detrimental downsides, and this is only the beginning.

During my studies to become a physical therapist I heard a story about some scientists wanting to perform a study on differences between young boys that were watching porn and boys that weren’t watching porn. The only problem was that they couldn’t find enough boys that didn’t watch porn.

Sex and health go hand in hand. Research has linked it to a slimmer waistline, a stronger heart and a lower risk for prostate and breast cancers. It’s also a boon for mental health, since sex is associated with lower rates of depression and better mood.

The Threat Of Virtual Sex

The availability of an endless stream of entertainment was always doomed to be largely dominated by sexual content. Whether it be women posing in bikinis on Instagram or hard core pornography on Pornhub, it affects us all in unprecedented ways.  

The next step is pornography in the form of what is called virtual reality (VR). Most boys already have access to a VR-headset and a smartphone. Making it possible to put the phone in front of their eyes hands free.

Technology has then made it possible for producers to shoot their material in a way that people watching the material can look around at the scene as if they were there from the point of view of the camera.  

VR-footage is only in its cradle and one of the challenges is to make it possible for the viewer to walk around at the scene. But already one basically can’t separate a virtual reality from the real one from just standing in one and the same place and look around with a decent VR-headset and headphones.

The step after that for the entertainment industry would be being able to give the viewer another dimension of touch, smell and perhaps even taste, to complete the experience of the five senses after seeing and hearing.

Why Is This A Bad Thing?

Does anyone really believe that we would choose to go out to try and get laid when you can have any partner in the world and basically get to do anything you want?

I have a huge moral problem with this future. And it’s all summed up in the sentence “It’s not real”.

Most people always find it hard to imagine the future. Most people assume that it’s going to be basically the same as life today. People go to work, eat dinner and spend time with friends and family. I don’t share that assumption.

Exponential growth of intelligence and technology which we now see on a global level is impossible to stop and the changes is only going to speed up.

So what does this mean for our young boys? I say boys because men are incredibly over represented in the use of pornography.

Most likely we will have sex with robots or in a virtual reality in the future. Most likely the world population (in the modern world) will decrease due to lacking incentive to start a family and because real relationships are hard and demanding.

The End Of Sex

Anyone who’s read the more recent statistics of the decline in people having sex should very much assume that this is going to continue.

But Americans today are having less of it than Americans a decade ago, according to a just-released study appearing in Archives of Sexual Behavior.

From 2010 to 2014, the average American adult had sex nine fewer times per year than Americans did from 2000 to 2004, the researchers found. That drop in frequency was even steeper for married couples who live together; they had sex 16 fewer times a year.

The number of times we have sex will go down all the way to zero for the majority of the population. Maybe we will have sex in an effort to get children. Maybe not.

Who do you want to be? How do you want to live?

RECLAIM YOUR RELATIONSHIP – TREAT PORN ADDICTION!

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