Frenchie wrote: Hillywilly wrote:
frank66665 wrote:this is your thought, tell it to a 26-year-old girl, there is a sea between saying and doing
I agree with Frank here. Younger girls don't really care about your struggles they care about how you can make them feel and if your confident. My last gf was 27, before that 20, and 22, and 30. They loved injections results but I never told them (except the 22 year old because she was a nurse and liked injections) I was injecting pills also worked at that time too so I didn't have to worry about relying on injections.
I think older women are way more supporting with ED because they are past their prime and they have had other old partners with ED which is way more common in men older than 40.
A girl in her 20s has 20 guys lining up in the DMs ready to fuck in any moment and stay hard all the time. ED isn't common in the 20s so we young guys with ED are always seen as an anomaly or less of a man. You gotta look at it from a woman perspective : Why should she waste the best years of her life with a limp dick dude when there's hundreeds of men there who are able to fulfill the basic human function that we guys with ED can't. And I kinda understand it. I have never told women that I use pills or that now use injections. When these fail i will get the implant once I'm 30 years old before i get married. I don't want mercy or to be looked as a weirdo or less of a man by my wife when all her other boyfriends have been ready to fuck in any moment while I can't.
Just, my two cents.... 'older' women (sounds like you're talking about mid 30-40ish y/o women) are at their sexual prime according to the research. They also have 20 guys (many of those guys in their 20s) lined up waiting to fuck them if they want to give those guys the opportunity. You're right that ED is more common among older guys so they've likely seen it before, but it's not necessarily any different of a situation dating them when they're older, especially if they're divorced after a sexless marriage or one that failed in part due to ED, which is probably not uncommon. If anything it's taught them they don't have the time for being patient and understanding anymore they just want to get fucked.
With that said, try giving women the benefit of the doubt....I told girls I used pills in my 20s, it didn't bother them so long as I could get it up often enough. It didn't bother them that much even when the pills didn't work if I was good at getting them off other ways...although it bothered me, and eventually as we all know it causes lots of issues and just gets worse over time. There's no reason to feel shame or like a weirdo doing what you need to do to fix a problem, women like guys that are proactive in identifying that they have an issue and are doing everything they can to fix it.