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He keeps three bottles of rubbing alcohol on hand in his suburban New Jersey one-bedroom apartment to protect his tools from and other bacteria. on a Saturday night, and to prepare for his performance, Brett already has worked out, showered, gelled his hair and applied concealer to the dark circles under his bright blue eyes.Brett is a gym rat and former high-school wrestler with a muscular 5-foot-9-inch frame.His crew cut and dimpled smile would fit perfectly in an Abercrombie and Fitch catalog — if it weren’t for his sleeves of tattoos.Before showtime, there’s just one final step: He undresses, lies naked on a narrow lane of carpeted hallway between his bathroom and his bedroom and lifts his feet over his head.Why do men engage in viewing pornography both in secrete and in isolation? How can we help men and women understand one another so as to better avoid the bitterness and anger that easily comes between them on this issue? We have had several females state their intention to end their relationship with their male partner and at least one woman has asked if she should break her engagement and impending marriage over the pornography controversy.We need to ask if this angry approach is good for either men or women over the topic of viewing internet pornography.

By far, the largest number of emails have come from angry and disappointed women. Men view pornography in secret and in isolation from their female partners. Rage: Clearly, many women are enraged by pornography and direct their wrath at their men.Some of these female writers report that they even view some internet porn along with their partner and feel especially angry that their partner will sneak away to view porn websites in isolation.The comments express outrage, hurt, puzzlement, and confusion about what goes on with their men.For the past three decades, America seems to be getting more prudish than ever where nudity is concerned.Take the Janet Jackson episode during the Super Bowl a few years ago. In television and movies, yes, but in everyday life, I don’t believe the evidence supports it.