When things start to look like heating up on a date does a guy say to his girl, “Well , should I take my Viagra yet”?
To ask or not to ask – this is the question!
I read a story in the Huffington Post recently which discussed this topic really well. As you may imagine, the woman was less than impressed with her date’s lack of decorum, discretion and delicacy…..let alone his sense of romance!
While this can be a real dilemma for some older guys who need Viagra or other sexual performance drugs to “perform”, younger men are apparently using SPDs to ensure performance on demand after a few drinks and hooking up with a willing candidate for the night.
So, how is this done without losing the romance and sounding tacky??
As Viagra and Cialis take so little time to do their job, does it need to be mentioned at all???? Why spoil the moment?
In the Huffington Post story the guy was concerned about the cost of the drug. He didn’t want to waste $10.00 if he wasn’t on a done deal. His concern about cost simply added to the already compromised romantic position in which he had placed himself.
Here is an excerpt from “The Little Blue Pill” by Marcy Miller in Huffington Post, July 26, 2012.
“Viagra has dramatically altered the entire dating landscape. The sex lives of the young, middle-aged and the old will never be the same.
Take young men. No longer must a young man be worried about his performance or about having a few drinks before “hooking up.” He can pop a little pill at the beginning of the evening and relax, knowing that he is prepared for any conquest that may come his way.
On the other end of the timeline, there are the young women who marry old guys for their money. In order to fulfill their part of the deal, it used to be that the girls did not have much to worry about in the sex department — they just needed to be sweet “arm candy.” Now, with the invention of sexual performance drugs (SPD’s), these women have their work cut out for them.”
Here is the link again to “The Little Blue Pill” .
Your comments would be appreciated – both from guys and gals!
Relationship Counselling by Christine Bennett Caring4Couples