Brought up on Porn: What you've been telling us

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This week we are talking about pornography and how it's changing your attitude to sex.

It's after we revealed there are fears of a surge in the number of young men suffering sexual health problems after watching porn.

Psychosexual therapist Angela Gregory says more men in their late teens and early 20s are suffering from erectile dysfunction.

Increasingly porn is being consumed via smartphones and laptops.

Lots of you have been in touch to tell us your porn stories.

'I also don't mind getting choked'

"There is no issue with an adult enjoying watching porn," says one 23-year-old woman.

"I'm in a good, healthy relationship but sometimes I watch porn because I enjoy it.

"Women aren't always portrayed in a bad way, there are videos that are aimed at women.

"I also don't mind getting chocked (not hard obviously) and being spanked."

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'I looked like a victim of an attack'

"A guy I had been seeing watched a lot of porn," says another female.

"The first and only time I slept with him was so rough I was left with damage to my vagina and a body full of bruises.

"I looked like a victim of an attack.

"He thought that it was ok and that we had had 'fun'.

"I deleted his number and never spoke to him again and it took weeks for the damage to heal."

You can get support and help on sex and relationships via these BBC Advice pages.

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'I started to feel under pressure to live up to the porn stars they were so obsessed with'

I'm 19-year-old girl and have had two serious relationships ruined because of my boyfriends' interest in porn.

I started to feel under pressure to live up to the pornstars they were so obsessed with.

I started to compare myself to them, and consequently suffered serious body confidence issues.

I felt like a lot of the sexual contact that me and my boyfriend were having was shaped by the porn he watched.

'We shouldn't say porn itself is bad'

A 22-year-old amateur porn producer and "camgirl" also got in touch.

"As much as I do think there are problematic issues with current porn we shouldn't say porn itself is bad, just the way it's being produced right now.

Even sex positions in porn are completely unrealistic and just used because they look good on camera

"We need more female-centred porn that doesn't solely cater to the male gaze.

"Even sex positions in porn are completely unrealistic and just used because they look good on camera.

"Porn itself is fine but it needs to be made clear it's completely unrealistic."

'Women also pressure men into acting like [people] they have seen on porn'

A 22-year-old man emailed us to say it's not just women being pressurised.

"I have had the experience that some women, a lot more than you think, also pressure men into acting like [people] they have seen on porn.

"[That includes] explicit and rough sexual experience which some men, such as me, are not comfortable doing.

"But as a man we feel that we should do it because if you don't please the girl... then we can be made fun of, especially when we are young."

'The effects on the brain of porn are like crack cocaine'

This woman's partner is getting therapy for porn addiction.

"I'm in a four year loving relationship when last year I found out my boyfriend had visited a prostitute.

"He was heavily stressed and turned to porn to relax, not realising how it was effecting him, fuelling a porn addiction.

I had to view more and more extreme forms of porn to gain the same arousal that I was used to - it turns into a vicious cycle

"He now undergoes therapy and CBT to 'undo his porn addiction' and we are working through things but it is not easy.

"Therapists say the effects on the brain of porn are like crack cocaine, it is not harmless."

'I grew up with the addiction, not realising it was an addiction'

And one 25-year-old told us he's "watched porn almost every day since around age 14/15 - on average probably twice a day."

"I grew up thinking this was normal and never connected my excessive viewing of porn with my struggles with anxiety and erectile dysfunction.

"I had to view more and more extreme forms of porn to gain the same arousal that I was used to - it turns into a vicious cycle.

"Recently I decided to stop watching porn and felt a lot better for it - I've relapsed but I'll continue to try to avoid it going forwards.

"For the record I think viewing porn can be healthy in moderation but like many guys in my generation I grew up with the addiction - not realising it was an addiction."

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