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But now experts have criticised that theory and say it oversimplifies the issue.Dr David Ley, a clinical psychologist specialising in sexual problems, said: 'Men use masturbation to compensate for lack of sexual satisfaction in relationships.'As this sexual behaviour is often accompanied by viewing pornography, it can be easily misunderstood,' he told The Sun.A team from Los Angeles, California, studied 335 men in relationships and found that 22 per cent reported they preferred viewing porn to having sex with their partner.
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Men who are not sexually satisfied in their relationship are more likely to suffer erectile dysfunction, research suggests.