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Having problems in your sex life_ VR porn might be the answer

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Is technology a
virtue or a vice? It’s been a long drawn debate and one that has no
black-and-white answer. But if you ask me, it’s both and neither at the same
time. Technology as with any other extra-human enhancements, is just as good as
the user. Let me explain this with the help of an example.



Let’s say we take a
scalpel. The scalpel is a specialist knife usually used by doctors to cut open
the skin during a surgery. As a result, it’s easy to conclude that the scalpel
plays an integral part in helping doctors save lives. But would you still say
that the scalpel saves lives, if a murderer used it? You wouldn’t because you
would expect him to commit a crime with it, as opposed to saving a life. As a
result, it’s the person using the scalpel that determines whether it’s a virtue
or a vice.



The same argument
can be used for technology. It can be the cause of creating a reclusive mindset
as well as allowing differently-abled people to find expression and a new way
of life. Scientists have for long said that porn addiction is a serious
problem. It creates sexist tendencies and can also cause the viewers to be
reclusive.



However, that’s mainly
due to the kind of content produced and how the content was consumed. General
2D porn is voyeuristic in nature. Meaning, it offers a voyeur’s perspective
into the sexual moments to two other people. That in itself is kind of
unnatural since we do not get to be a voyeur usually in real-life (unless
you’re part of swinger or voyeur groups).



In VR porn,
however, the viewing perspective changes. From a voyeuristic perspective, it
changes to a POV perspective. The difference between the two is that a voyeur
focuses on the visualising his/her fantasies being played out by two
individuals. In a POV view, the entire focus is only on one person, that’s the
performer of the opposite sex. Since, the viewer itself becomes part of the
scene, it forces the viewer to actually engage with the performer and look for
interaction. Here there’s no third-party to do all the hard work, while the
viewer enjoys the view.



The viewer becomes
part of the scene at the performer interacts and plays out the scene keeping
that the viewer is the ‘other person’. While normal 2D porn creates a reclusive
mindset due to a third-party mindset, VR porn enforces interaction from the
viewer and familiarises them with the softer and more sensual side of intimacy.
This allows them to actually practice creating an intimate moment. Many guys
have issues looking directly into the eyes of their partner. But VR is built on
the premise that more the performer looks into the camera, more the viewer is
engaged. It reverses the entire premise that porn had built and allows people
to actually takes an interest in creating a moment.



Similarly, other
technological advancements like teledildonics do a lot of service for far-flung
couples. Long distance relationships are hard. But creating an intimate moments
using two inter-connected devices is far more wild can sexting. This all
wouldn’t have been possible without VR porn. Some couples have even found new
ways to rejuvenate their relationships by investing in VR porn. 

Added on: 2019-06-26 05:38:15