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May 24, 2015
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It’s a boring Saturday. You open an incognito window on your browser. You then type in the URL of the website you want to visit—yes, you have it memorized—and you download the most fap-worthy hentai clips you can find.

To the uninitiated, hentai is a type of anime that will give the MTRCB many sleepless nights. But many fans of hentai will argue that hentai is actually art. And as an artist, I support the hentai industry 100 percent!

That’s why I download hentai on a regular basis. That’s also why I have learned so much from the art offered by the weird, wonderful world of hentai—but probably shouldn't bring back in real life. If you've been a regular consumer of this form of erotica—which is still very much a legitimate expression of sexuality, in spite of the condemnation that it might receive from the mainstream world—it might have influenced you in a couple ways that it shouldn't have.

Here are some of those "lessons" that you oughta ditch.


1)   That younger women will dump you for a younger guy they want to bang

Hentai isn't exactly known for faithfulness among its characters. One moment, a character will be having sexual relations with a certain guy, and the next, with another guy. In some scenes, they also show younger women cutting off ties with their older paramour due to a lack of in-bed vigor to pursue someone younger.

But this is hentai, bro. It knows no boundaries. In real life, "in-bed vigor" isn't just the only factor that makes a woman stay—regardless of age. Be a more well-rounded gent, and see how that works.


2
)   Being "innocent" means you’re most probably sexually repressed

As many hentai characters show, ang mga inosente raw at tahimik, nasa loob ang kulo. I actually absolutely believe in this. I think we’re human, you will get horny more than you want to.

BUT know this: It doesn't always mean that you are sexually repressed. Puwede namang talaga ang inosente ay inosente pa talaga—as opposed to hentai's "basta-inosente-manyak-sa-loob" philosophy. Know the difference.


3)   All women have dark fantasies

Hentai deals with a lot of taboo, things we normally wouldn't touch in real life. As a form of art, it expresses desires people can't readily say—dark as those things might sometimes be, unfortunately. These taboo topics become regular occurrences in hentai. And that's the danger. 

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While there are scenes that are mostly regular, vanilla sex, there are those that showcase voyeurism, exhibitionism, domination, sadomasochism and the like. Are there women that sometimes get a kick out of such extreme manners of sexual expression? Maybe. But in spite of how common these women are in hentai, it won't do you well to assume that everyone is into these fetishes in real life.

So how will you know if your partner is into something like this? Here's a simple tip: Ask and listen first.


4)  
Dildos are not just tools of pleasure

As fellow hentai fans know, dildos in h-movies aren't just harmless sex toys. We won't go into detail but we have a tip for you: Don't use them for "blackmail" as they've been used in those films.


5)  
You can just about enter any room as long as it's unlocked

For a country that makes the best locks, Japan sure is full of people who don’t use them often.

Too many hentai chicks are either locked out of their apartments or are victims of home intruders because they don’t lock their doors. In real life, opening a woman's door without her expressed consent or without being invited over is called "trespassing." Don't believe the hentai, man!


Nevertheless, in spite of its extreme tendencies, I salute the Japanese animators for the dedication they have for their craft. There's something we can learn from these adult animes, like becoming more accepting of diverse sexual tastes. But we also have to be aware of where we draw the line between extreme taboo and reality.

Thanks to hentai, we now know that it’s okay for people to be kinky. What is not okay, in fact, is for us to expect others to have the same fetishes as ours.

In sex—as with art, literature, and music—to each his own. Just don't start bringing octopuses to your next sexual romp, if you know what I mean.


About the author:
 Stanley Chi penned the books 
Suplado Tips, Pogi Points, and the National Bookstore bestseller Men Are From QC, Women Are From Alabang. His most recent book, Chicken Mami for the Sawi, is now available in bookstores nationwide. Stanley is also a comedian, host, and brand ambassador. Follow him on Instagram (@supladotips), Twitter (@stanleychi), his website, or regularly check his column here on FHM!

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