Porn World vs. Real World is now in beta!

MakeLoveNotPorn is a Cindy Gallop production. I date younger men, usually in their 20s, and came up with the idea for MakeLoveNotPorn based on direct personal experience. I launched MakeLoveNotPorn at TED 2009: TED 2009: Make Love not Porn followed by an interview with me on the TEDBlog. Here is a talk I gave recently at the L2 GenerationNext Forum that expands on how this is the single biggest impact that technology is having on human behavior today.

I would like to stress the following:

  • MakeLoveNotPorn is not about judgement, or what is good vs what is bad. Sex is the area of human experience that embraces the widest possible range of tastes. Everyone should be free to make up their own mind about what they do and don't like.
  • MakeLoveNotPorn is not anti-porn. I like porn and watch it regularly myself.
  • MakeLoveNotPorn is simply intended to help inspire and stimulate open, healthy conversations about sex and pornography, in order to help inspire and stimulate more open, healthy and thoroughly enjoyable sexual relationships.

Book If you support what MakeLoveNotPorn is all about, if you want to understand in more detail why this is an issue, if you'd like to learn more about my sex life than you ever wanted to know :) or if you'd just like an interesting, entertaining read - please click here to buy my e-book "MakeLoveNotPorn: Technology's Hardcore Impact on Human Behavior" for just $2.99 on Amazon, and please do rate and review it after you've read it. It also makes a great gift for anybody you think would enjoy or learn from it. Many thanks for your support!

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Below are extracts from just some of the many emails I have received in response to MakeLoveNotPorn, from people who have given me permission to quote them anonymously. Further responses can be viewed in the 800+-strong comment stream for my MakeLoveNotPorn TEDTalk on the TED channel on YouTube.

This is an excellent article written by journalist and writer Michael Castleman several years back, which he brought to my attention when he came across MakeLoveNotPorn, and which I am featuring with his permission.