When devoutly religious Patricia Hill found out her husband was watching X-rated films in his shed, she made sure he would never see one again…. They say opposites attract, and that was certainly the case for Patricia Hill and her husband Frank. Patricia, 69, had been a nurse for 50 years and was a Sunday school teacher, where she loved to share her passion for religion with future generations. The avid church goer had been married to Frank, 65, since and they lived together in Pine Bluff in Arkansas. Sickened by his habit, Patricia told Frank how much she disapproved and she believed that once they were man and wife, it would stop.
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When it comes to romance, watching a great movie can be the perfect way for couples to pass the time and get a little closer. They're entertaining, easily shared experiences, and they tend to teach us a thing or two about each other's tastes. Not only that, but movies can also be a great excuse to get cozy next to that special someone on the couch or love seat. You can't say the same for reading a magazine, right? No one ever got married after sharing a copy of Newsweek.
There's no question that it can be upsetting to find out that your husband or male partner is watching pornography on a regular basis. It's not uncommon for men to do this, as men are programmed to be aroused by visual stimuli, and he may have started watching porn in his teen years. Most likely, it is not something to be alarmed about, even if you're married or in a committed relationship. In some cases, however, excessive porn watching can threaten a relationship. It is also important to consider the quality of your relationship overall.