"Can pornography add some spice and excitement to a relationship?" asked Jessica Steinman, a licensed sex addiction and marriage and family therapist at Westwind Recovery in Los Angeles. "Absolutely."

"On the flip side, can it be detrimental to sex drive and libido?" Steinman continued. "Absolutely."

Frustrating as these two polarizing answers may be, porn itself is polarizing. "In my experience writing about erotica and pornography, the reception is mixed," said Liz Klinger, a certified sex educator and cofounder/CEO of Lioness. "Some are open to learning what's out there, and some are repelled by the topic entirely."

"Some freely admit to enjoying porn, others keep their preferences between them and their web browser. Some kill their sex drive with porn, others rev it up," she added.

Can there be too much porn?

Let's start by imagining just how much pornography is being consumed. To quote some recent stats from