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    First response is no. Unless it was affecting others aspects of his / our life. He doesn't ever really watch it though.

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    Regular p0rn? Nope.
    Violent or disturbing p0rn? Probably, there would certainly be big conversations about it.
    Illegal p0rn or with children? Definitely, I would be out the door so fast and I would be calling the police as I left.

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    Nope, DP sometimes watches porn when Im not in the mood and it works fine for us. We sometimes watch it together. Porn is just a non-issue for us.

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    Thankfully, it's not an issue here as DH hates porn (and the industry) as much as I do. But if I did catch him watching porn, no I wouldn't leave, but he'd sure as heck not here the end of my ranting and raving!

    If he continued to watch porn, despite knowing my utter hatred for it, then I may very well walk out, but a once off thing, no.

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    DH already knows how much I despise porn and why, and he accepts that. So with that in mind my answer is;

    If I walked in on DH watching porn then I would be very angry and upset and sit down and have a long, long talk to him about it. I would probably feel very betrayed and struggle to trust him a tad as I would find it really disrespectful.

    Subsequent occasions- yes unquestionably as it would be obvious he had no respect for me and my feelings. He can choose to watch porn, and I can choose to not be with someone who does.
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    Short answer is no.

    DW and I watch it together and it adds to our s3xual relationship.


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    An isolated incident - no. However much I find p@rn revolting and degrading I know dh makes mistakes.

    As a pattern of enduring use after I had continually expressed my upset, or one incident of kiddie p@rn, yes I would

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    Nope, ofcourse not. If it became an addiction though it would be a problem. I think it is normal for some people to want to watch it.

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    Mm would depend on how often I think. And if he agreed to stop when he knew it upset/ hurt me

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    If it involved children yes I would leave immediately.

    For want of better word 'normal p.orn' (or what I call normal) no I would not leave. I don't particularly like him watching it alone and I don't think he does (or he hides it well so I cannot be upset by what I don't know) but it would take something a lot more serious in my eyes to leave him over.


 

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