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It's an interesting method to study because you can see firsthand how men are dealing with a tough issue.
As the report notes, "for these men, an online forum on the topic can be an invaluable source of advice, encouragement, and commiseration," so it's sort of inside view— a look at the honest struggles behind ED.
I cant get erections on my own, pretty much impotent and have never had any major long term relationships.
I'v had a couple of short term flings and tend to make use of sex toys, other ways of pleasuring my partner. I'v dated a couple of times and really hit it off but have always been unable to move to the next stage due to this problem.
i'm really hoping to get into a serious relationship when i move into uni but this really knocks my confidence and makes me feel embarrassed and paranoid.
I always feel like, even if i'm lucky enough to enter a serious relationship, i dont want to constantly feel insecure thinking my partner will always be feeling like she's missing out and not having a proper sexual relationship.
I'm all about myth-busting when it comes to sex, sexuality, and sexual health, and some new research into the men who suffer from erectile dysfunction is doing just that.
There are so many different problems, solutions, and feelings surrounding it.And some of it was really surprising, from who is actually suffering to the medications they're using to how it affects their life.The whole report is very in-depth and worth checking out, in part for the fascinating interactive charts with word associations.The site explained that "forum participants open up about deep-seated and personal issues: reliance on porn, injuries to the penis, and a plethora of frustrating and mysterious symptoms".It's just not as cut and dry as it looks from a female perspective.
and i enjoy that, but i never enjoy when she tries to 'return the favour'.