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posted 3/18/2009 1:57:30 PM |
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This might be a repeat question but since I am new here the answers will be new to me.

I received an email on another site from a man who said after reading my profile that he just had to write to me. (I am not sure why, since all I am looking for on this and other sites is friends with no exceptions) He went on to tell me that he has had a problem with getting a hard on during sex and that he thinks I am the woman who can change that. (Again, I don't know why, I don't have sex with friends)

My question is in part to the ladies. Would you willing get involved with someone if you were looking more than just friends with someone who has ED? Now granted, women can also lack any kind of libido, but at least women can fake it. (Don't set their and shake your head, you know it's true)

So my question for everyone is would you get involved with someone that you knew upfront has a sexual problem? I realize that there are medications on the market that can help with this (they are now even giving women Viagra for a low libido) but I believe the last time I read anything on it, there is like 30% of the population that it doesn't help.

The second part of my question is do you think people should be upfront from the start that they have this sexual problem going on?

Just wondering!!

By the way, I hope that this doesn't offend anyone who may suffer from any of these problems, it was not my intent to do so.

I suppose I should answer my own questions too, I think people should be honest if they have this problem, because if they have tried the cures and nothing works, chances are someone new in their life isn't going to be a help. I think sex in a relationship is very important in holding that relationship together and I think eventually it would cause problems. I, of course, would never leave someone that I was already with if they developed that problem, but it would take a lot of understanding and work to get through it but I would never start a relationship with someone that does (if I was looking for a relationship at this time). If that sounds selfish well maybe it is, but it is how I feel. Just my opinion

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Mar 18 @ 2:20PM  
I agree with you darlin'. If you go into a relationship without mentioning a problem such as ED then what else are you hiding. That also goes for women with low libidos. If you aren't interested in sex or have ED be up front from the beginning and don't lead someone on just to let them down. Good blog and a kudo sweetie.

Mar 18 @ 2:31PM  

I don't have that problem , nor do I use anything.
But I agree with you. They should be open and honest about things.

Mar 18 @ 3:29PM  
Good Question.....!
Ummmm.... Through out my Life... I have learned..that if "I"...Love this make all things ...Good! answer your question....
Would I start a relationship with a Lady...that is not as sexual as I ? How do you know...untill you get a relationship started?(A Lot of women want Strings before hand...WTH? lol)
I have dated Many women since my Divorce...and I have found Only one that Didn't!!! (My Last Date... but I wont get into all that! )
So.... I am thinking most women are up to my speed....
It just depends....
Another Good Question/Blog would be..... How long does it take while dating for a Slow down...(as far as sex goes.. )"Some" women use sex to Hook a Guy..then.... Slowwwwww way Down!
The second part of my question is do you think people should be upfront from the start that they have this sexual problem going on?
yeah...I think we should be Honest about Everything!!!!
my 2 cents!!!

Mar 18 @ 3:42PM  

I have had similar mail here. To be honest,all they wanted was cyber sex or phone sex. Go with your gut feelings on this guy.


Mar 18 @ 3:46PM  
Kind of a tough call on that one I think! I mean, there are reasons for it obviously- could be psychological, physical or maybe he's taking medications (or a combination of problems) that causes him to have ED problems. There are professionals out there that deal with that kind of problem- so it can probably be remedied (IMO) I would imagine!

A relationship (or friendship even) is give and take on both sides so, if 1/2 of the relationship feels that he/she is missing something that's serious enough to cause problems, than it's better that both be upfront about it!



Mar 18 @ 4:28PM  
It ia apparent this man wrote you without reading your profile essay. I think he is looking for pitty, or just teasing you into having a sexual liason on the net that would intail talking dirty to him. You would think you might be helping, but all it would be was he taking advantage of your pitty for him who doesn't have ED. I think he is playing you, but I know your not falling for it. I also know you are only lookng for friends. You will get all kinds of strange offers on here. Mostly because the men that write them are deviants looking for a weak partner. Move on, don't waste your time explaining anything to him. Interesting blog though.

Mar 18 @ 5:37PM  
No I don't believe I would get invloved with someone who had ED. Now if I were already in a relationship with someone who developed ED for medical reasons or what have you, then that would be a different thing. But no I don't want to start a relationship with very little or no sexual intimacy, or someone that is having a hard time staying hard. I hope that doesn't sound cold or mean, just not what I am looking for.

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