Most Helpful Guys

  • By default, no.
    However if someone indicates that they're uncomfortable with that then it's inconsiderate to not take that into consideration.
    And if you two agree to change the terms of the relationship to include a ban on porn then it *is* cheating.
    However it's kind of a unrealistic relationship term, especially with a young guy.
    At a young age sex is a need in a guy on par with water and food and only a little lower than air.
    It does go down a bit as we get older, but it's still kind of important.
    And honestly it's not like he's feeling any kind of attachment to them or that it in any way reflects poorly on you that he's doing it.

    He's probably reducing his needs so he won't randomly get a hardon or even orgasm in public or so he can sleep etc.
    And just don't want to bother you with every single time he needs a release.
    Besides we kind of need some variation, and some porn we don't really care about sure beats cheating...

Most Helpful Girls

  • No not at all. Unless they physically touch someone else I don't consider it cheating. However I do believe that emotional cheating is a real thing. Pornography can actually enhance the sexual relationship of a couple. People who are threatened by pornography, I believe, are insecure in their relationship to begin with.

  • Its not cheating. Those who say but they feel cheated from the situation how? Either watch it with them or change what his watch someyhing you both like. Its just a movie

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  • No I watch and tell my SO and I even invite him to watch with me... We share links with each others

    • Love that

  • I do. Emotional Cheating unless your Partner says IT IS OKAY. xxoo

  • I never thought so, I even asked my boyfriend if he wanted me to watch it with him. He said yes, we watched it, I got bored and said he can go back to watching it alone lol.

  • NO! Shit every other house in America would be full of cheaters.

  • Nope. People have every right to think about other things than their partner, even read erotica or watch porn. People don't have to share or tell every single thing to their partner.

    To think it's cheating to watch porn is a special kind if insecurity.
    It's as messed up as thinking their partner isn't supposed to notice other people in public. A committed relationship isn't a cult.

    My wife knows that I admire pretty women. Sometimes she'll even nudge me to call my attention to some big boobs or a nice ass. She appreciates hot guys, too, including certain actors. We can laugh about it.

    If a person doesn't know their partner adores them and is loyal, they shouldn't be in the relationship.

  • nope

  • No it’s not cheating simply watching.

    • What if it was in person watching a couple go at live would that be considered cheating somebody putting on a sex show for and your only watching?

    • @Iron_Man emphasis on just watching, read the words. Watching say Chaturbate a live thing, is still just watching.

    • Ok thanks

  • No not at all

    • Somehow I like that opinion 😏

    • @scooogy thank you 😛

  • Watching romantic movies should count as cheating too?

  • No...

  • Nope

  • No…any mentally sound person would leave it at the screen.

  • I do not...

  • Nope

  • Not at all.

  • In a marriage yes I kinda do its taking away from your one true love

  • It's not cheating
    And you can always watch it with your significant other because that's fun

  • I do not. Cheating is interactive. There is communication between partners. A cam girl you give requests to is cheating. AV is pre-recorded entertainment and you have no "relationship" with the performers.

  • Not at all

  • That all depends if your partner and yourself sees It as cheating and if you are hiding it from your partner knowing it would bother the person

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