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Porn's unspoken issue of sexual dysfunction: 25% of women and 58% of men in the industry have low desire and struggle to orgasm naturally
One in four female porn stars suffer from sexual dysfunction and more than half of male performers rely on drugs to achieve an erection, a new study shows.
Through interviews with 100 women, researchers found 25 percent of them struggled to orgasm, suffered pain during sex, or had diminished sex drive.
Speaking to 100 men, they found 69 percent used erectile aids at work, and 58 percent needed the pills to have sex at home, too - most of them aged under 29.
The first study he conducted with co-author Dr Ranjith Ramasamy, which was presented earlier this year at the American Neurological Association, was on men, ranging in age from 28 to 45.
Just over a third of them had clinical erectile dysfunction. More than two thirds (69 percent) used erectile aids at work, and 58.1 percent used them for both work and personal reasons.
To their surprise, these pills - such as Viagra - were most common among young men aged 20–29 (84 percent of pill users).
It’s so multi-factoral for women. It’s not as simple as it is for men. I don’t want to call men simple but we have a clear scale: are you able to get it up or not?
'There are a lot more factors when it comes to female sexual dysfunction so it’s hard to pinpoint a specific thing when it comes to FSD
Dubin managed to get responses from 100 women, with an average age of 34, who, he says, 'I would assume have been in this business for a while'.
He found 24 percent of them had female sexual dysfunction, which is defined as pain during sex, low sex drive, and difficulty climaxing.
Dubin adds: 'To compare yourself to them is unfair to you, it’s unfair to them.
Once we come to an understanding about their work, what they do, and how it affects them, that understanding can help with perception, it can go a long way to address this increasing trend in sexual dysfunction in both sexes.'
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