Resources: All about Porn

Posted On: May 3, 2017

There are a lot of questions around porn and the use of it, and these are some resources we have put together.

1. What do you think of porn use?

Clinical Sexologist Dr. Martha Tara Lee of Eros Coaching answers what she thinks of porn use.

2. Is watching porn bad?

Clinical Sexologist Dr. Martha Tara Lee answers the question of whether watching porn is bad.

3. BFM Interview: Porn Use Amongst Malaysian Women

Clinical Sexologist Dr. Martha Tara Lee of Eros Coaching was invited to comment about the high use of porn amongst Malaysian women by BFM 89.9 The Business Station in Malaysia.

For Reading:  “Can Porn Cause ED?” asks Men’s Health SG

This survey finding “Nine in 10 teen boys exposed to porn: Survey” appeared in Straits Time in 2016s.

  • I published an extract about what I feel about porn and adults on my blog here.
  • I wrote a letter to ST Forum and it was published on 1 July 2016. Read it here.
  • I also answered some questions on the link between porn and erectile dysfunction by Men’s Health Singapore and it’s appeared here. (P.S. I am the sex expert for Men’s Health Singapore and Malaysia.)

I’m pasting what I contributed below.

couple__111366473“… And for guys who have gone long stretches without having sex, habitual masturbation to porn may also train your brain and body to respond sexually to specific types of visual and tactile stimuli, notes Dr Martha Tara Lee, the Singapore-based clinical sexologist of Eros Coaching.

Basically, your hand and the images on your computer screen become your sexual triggers.

If you’ve been in a dry spell lately, start by switching up your solo sessions. “Masturbating in different ways actually helps more neuro pathways to develop in our brains,” says Dr Lee….

And if you always practice the same routine—and concentrate your hand action on the same part of your penis—try to vary that as well. These changes will open your body and brain up to the wider range of sexual sensations and images you’ll experience with a partner, she says.”

Read the entire article here.

About Dr. Martha Tara Lee

Surrounded by friends who were sexually inhibited and struck by dire lack of positive conversations around sex and sexuality in Singapore, Dr. Martha Tara Lee decided to take it upon herself to right this societal injustice in 2007. She set out to make a positive difference in embarking on her doctorate in human sexuality, then launching Eros Coaching in 2009. Today, she remains dedicated to working with individuals and couples who wish to lead self-actualised and pleasure-filled lives.

She also holds certificates in counselling, coaching and sex therapy, and is currently pursuing her fourth degree – a Masters in Counselling. In practice for more than seven years, she is the only certified sexuality educator by the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) in Singapore.

Often cited in the local media, Dr. Lee is the appointed sex expert for Men’s Health Singapore, and Men’s Health Malaysia. She was recognised as one of ‘Top 50 Inspiring Women Under 40′ by Her World in July 2010, and one of ‘Top 100 Inspiring Women’ by CozyCot in March 2011. She is the host of weekly radio show Eros Evolution on the OMTimes Radio Network. She has published two books: Love, Sex and Everything In-Between, and Orgasmic Yoga.

Martha works with individuals and couples in private coaching sessions, and conducts her own workshops. She takes prides in making sure all her workshops are also fun, educational, and sex-positive. This comes easily to her because even though she is extremely dedicated and serious about her work, she fundamentally believes that sex is meant to be fun, wonderful, amazing and sacred. As such, this serious light-heartedness has shone through again and again. For her full profile, click here. Email her here.

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