Well, it's about finding true intimacy. The other stuff was a couterfeit and could have been very hazardous to mine and others' well-being.
Thanks for the response.
I think Cameron hits the nail on the head, so to speak, it's about finding true intimacy. Beyond that, it's learning the best and healthiest pathway to get there that enriches the lives of individuals, their partners, families and communities.
This has been an interesting discussion - one that raised a question about pornography addiction, which unfolded into a discussion about pornography itself. The question of whether pornography is right or wrong, good or bad, healthy or not is an interesting subject to ponder - perhaps a future discussion...