Experts fear that increased porn use could be damaging relationships, thanks to its free availability in today's internet age.
They believe it can affect a couples' enjoyment of normal sex.
Female magazine Cosmopolitan asked 68 sex and relationship experts in Britain about how they thought increased porn use might impact our relationships. The majority (86 percent) felt that porn was more likely to influence a relationship negatively.
They also believed that run-of-the-mill, every-day sex (described as "vanilla sex" by Cosmopolitan) was on a decline, while porn addiction is on the increase.
In fact, 90 percent of the experts said they’ve seen an increase in couples seeking relationship help because of problems caused by porn.
Around 63 percent of these sex and relationship experts speculated that porn might increase our expectation of sex, particularly that of men which can lead to disappointment and even sexual dysfunction.
In fact, previous research has shown that an increasing number of men suffer from performance anxiety because of the impressive – albeit unrealistic – feats they see in porn and which they find they can't emulate or keep up with.
"Porn can affect men's ability to form relationships with real women, rather than those on their laptop,: psychosexual therapist Carol Featherstone was quoted as saying to the publication.
Women's confidence is also negatively influenced by pornography, said 85 percent of the experts, with 67 percent believing women felt under pressure to perform, as well as insecure about their bodies – which are no match for the model-like female figures displayed a lot of pornographic films and images.
Cosmopolitan UK Editor Louise Court said though many therapists have claimed in the past that porn can help relationships, this view is changing as many believe it is in fact skewing what is expected in the bedroom.
Psychosexual therapist Karen Lobb-Rossini said, "More and more young people (girls as well as boys) are learning about sex through porn, and it’s having a devastating effect on their perception of themselves and their bodies."