Ahhh, the joys of sex…or not being able to get any.
I hope that I don’t offend anyone with this post. If so, don’t take it personal.
I want to talk about something that has been somewhat of an ‘issue’ recently. Not a big issue, but an issue none the less.
When I was younger, it was rare to come across dudes who had…..issues in the bedroom (in case you’re wondering what I’m speaking of, I’m talking about erectile dysfunction). I could have sex for what seemed like hours, and life was grand. I did come across one or two dudes who would…go soft in the middle of sex, and then attempt to ram a soft penis into my apple pie hole—that would only leave me feeling—sad. I’m serious, after getting my hopes up of a great night of sex, I would get a little sad and depressed because—the anticipation of a great night of sex never materialized.
Nowadays….sex is different. I tend to date men who are older than me, so…I’ve come to realize that erectile dysfunction is more common than not for me nowdays. Maybe it’s because I live in a party city and there’s a lot of alcohol consumption going on. I dunno.
Well, my question is…..is it okay to suggest a supplement?? Is it taboo for me to say, “your stamina is not quite what it used to be…” Okay, I wouldn’t be that frank about it, but is it okay or not okay to make that suggestion? I know that sex is greatly linked to a man’s ego, and to suggest that he’s not quite ‘hitting the mark’ is a blow to the ego so…….what is a girl to do??!! Now, I’m not afraid to say what I want and don’t want in bed, but how do you tell someone that erectile dysfunction is a problem?