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I've been hooking up with a guy who has pretty frequent problems getting it up. He's always really apologetic about it when it happens, and he's obviously sort of embarrassed about it. I know it's not a big deal, it happens to everyone, whatever, but I'm kind of tired of dealing with it. I mean, we're just fucking, it's not like we're actually dating or anything. My friend says that I'm a cold-hearted bitch if I stop answering his texts because of that, but come on! I'm just trying to get laid here. Am I wrong?
Nah, I think you're ok. I mean yeah, it does happen to everyone and it's nothing to be ashamed of, etc., but if you're not enjoying fucking a dude who you are only fucking, then what is the point? Obviously, there's plenty of stuff you could be doing together that doesn't involve a stiff dick, but if you're not into it you're not into it. That's kind of the point of sex-only relationships: you don't have to deal with someone else's complicated shit.
I think your friend has pretty high expectations for people who are just hooking up. What the hell, friend? Haven't you stopped fucking someone for a reason that wouldn't be a justifiable reason for dumping a long-term partner, like that they have a shitty apartment or an embarrassing ring tone or something? Or a dog that smells weird? We all know you have. GET OFF YOUR HIGH HORSE, FRIEND.
I'm a generally healthy guy in my late 20s. I've never ever had dick problems before, but in the last year or so, I've suddenly had problems, um, making it happen. I don't know what changed, but it fucking sucks. I thought that was a problem old guys had. What the hell?
I think I just got a letter from your soon-to-be-ex fuck buddy. Boner-crossed lovers! E.D. is not actually that uncommon for younger dudes: even beyond the "it happens to everybody sometimes," there are plenty of guys in their 20s who have ongoing issues with getting hard. And while it is true, as I said above, that it's nothing to be ashamed of, it's also not not a big deal. Getting a hard-on is a complicated process: it involves your dick and balls, obviously, but also your brain, your nerves, your circulatory system, and all sorts of other bits and pieces. Consequently, there are a lot of reasons why a person might have trouble getting a boner. Probably it's not a big deal, but E.D. can be a symptom of a more serious problem, so you should go to your doctor and get everything checked out.
Which isn't to say that everyone with erectile issues should rush off and get a script for the blue pill. Don't get me started on Big Pharma because I'll never shut up. But ongoing trouble with E.D. is definitely a "go talk to your doctor in case something major is going on behind the scenes" sort of a thing.
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