Girls Talk About Porn - The Third Talk

Girls Talk About Porn

“I’m a freshmen. I didn’t expect poems and flowers every day, but sending me a text saying ‘show me your tits’ was not how I expected to be ‘asked out’ by a boy.”


“When we go to parties, we profile everyone. ‘Those are the burn-outs, those are the goths, those are the rapists, those are the jocks, those are the nerds.’ Yes, we know who the rapists are!”


“Why does a boy think he deserves my body? Its mine. His is his, mine is mine, how is that so hard to understand? We should share our bodies together only IF we want to.”


“I know that a boy reading this will say she’s ‘lame’ or ‘a cold bitch’. I’m a cheerleader in my junior year, I know that I’m pretty, and I definitely like boys. I had a boyfriend who tried to rape me. I didn’t say anything. And I don’t date boys anymore.”


“Porn makes boys think they’re something that they’re not. They are insecure and watch porn because they aren’t brave enough to talk to real girls. Girls are more than just sex. We want sex too, but we want it to feel like they’re into us, not just a porn version of us. Why do they really not get that?”


“What are boys going to do when they go to college, or want to get married?”


“Girls don’t like ‘porn sex’. I mean some do I guess, but if they expect that every day, or on the first date, they’re going to be disappointed. Then they’ll cheat, and maybe divorce. It’s like eating dessert for every meal.”


“I think boys think that girls want to be porn stars or sluts. It’s so much sexier to be into it than ‘perform’ it. I feel like we’re both just focused on his pleasure and that is boring, lame and makes me want to run!”


“I don’t deal with boys. I don’t text them, I don’t go to parties, I’m sure I’m not going to prom. I’m not a prude, I want to explore sex, but there is no exploration today. You’re either in for it all, or your ‘out’.”


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