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Society reserves few spaces for men to air their insecurities. Opportunities to do so become even scarcer when it comes to matters of sex and intimacy. There is one place where men commonly reveal their truth. Abraham Morgentaler understands this. The discussion touches on all matters of sex and intimacy.
And, according to Morgentaler, much of the information that flies around the four walls of the exam room stands to shatter long-standing beliefs regarding performance and the way men experience pleasure. Fatherly spoke to Dr. Morgentaler about his new book and what society generally gets wrong about men and sex.
What happens behind closed doors with my patients is really so different from the stereotypes of men that appear in movies, in stories, in newspapers, et cetera. And I thought it was worth sharing that. Of all your professional observations about male sexuality, what might surprise readers the most?
We tend to think of men as being always ready for sexalways interested and almost exclusively concerned with their own pleasure. For example, I see men who have been married for some time and maybe now they have a problem because of age, or erectionsor whatever. We see men routinely who may have adequate erections, but they want something for a firmer erection. That alone sort of counters the stereotypes that are out there. The orgasm is going to be the same. Why do they go to the doctor, take time out of their day, go to the pharmacy, and risk a certain amount of embarrassment to get a prescription?
Why do they do that? One can talk about vulnerable things, but the way guys do it still typically gives them the sense of being in control. It is exceedingly rare for a man to tell a friend about his sexual failures in any kind of detail. The value of the book is that they get a peak behind the closed doors. They get to uncover what guys really say and experience in the bedroom and in their he. I think men and women can have a lot of trouble understanding each other. If they have, then they feel good.
A lot of guys take their cues from women. Is there any one patient, or one predicament, that stands out to you as a medical provider? I treated a man who became a paraplegic after a diving accident. Nothing worked from the waist down.
He was married. His wife was neurologically normal. One of the alternative treatments we have for people is a medicine you can inject into the side of your penis. Within a few minutes, the medicine tells the blood vessels to create an erection. He came to see me a few weeks later and he was just thrilled. He told me he felt like a man again. Now remember, because of his injury he has no sensation below the waist. Please try again.
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