The first time I went to bed with a man on Viagraâ I hadn't been informed, but I knew. OK, I know what you are thinking; of course you knew, you're a sexologist. But I've spoken to other women who were not in my profession, and we all knew.
The cock is hard as a rock; an appendage that feels like it has been on the verge of exploding for days and finally found you. A plastic dildo with human powers attached to a man.
I suspect, like everything having to do with sexuality there are probably some women who would welcome this super-cock. Not me. I missed being a "snake charmer" as one lover called me. I enjoy playing with a cock, controlling the ebb and flow, the taste and texture (compare mashed potatoes to boiled).
And finally, a man that can go slow, having lost that super sex drive ability to harden at the mere sight of a woman. The only problem is convincing him that sex is not only located between the legs. And perhaps you also have to find this out.
I will also admit, there are men that truly wish they could get hard and even with a fair amount of stimulation this will not occur. If you've been prescribed the pill, keep in mind you don't have to take the entire pill. Try half; it might work just as well without having super human qualities.
Men - Remember, you ingest Viagraâ but the woman is impacted by it, literally and figuratively. Discuss this med with your partner prior to taking it. Studies have shown Viagraâ is not always a welcome addition to the bed. In 2004 a New Zealand study* looked at the impact penile enhancing drugs such as Viagraâ have on long-term couples.
This qualitative study allowed women the opportunity to voice their concerns, these included: Viagraâ interrupting an otherwise wonderful sex life that had evolved as the partners matured, the women feeling pressured to perform when the men had taken this expensive pill and wanted to get their money's worth (No time for a head-ache or not being in the mood.), vaginal pain when these women had not been penetrated for an extended period of time (Often older women's vagina's have changed in shape and must be stretched over a period of time to accommodate for a large cock.).
The major reason these men took Viagraâ was to offer a gift to their wives. They thought their wives missed having a hard cock. For some that was true, but without communication before and during the process of working with this drug, it could have a negative impact on your relationship. You might want to consider discussing these issues with a clinical sexologist, someone who is trained in understanding the issues involved in taking these drugs. They can help you transition your expression of sexuality as you age, with and without the aid of penile enhancements.
* Reconceptualizing cultural narratives of mature women's sexuality in the Viagraâ era.
Tiina Vares, a, , Annie Pottsa, , Nicola Gaveya, and Victoria M. Gracea,
School of Culture, Literature, and Society, University of Canterbury, Private Bag 4800, Christchurch, New Zealand