Our Little Black Cloud And Boner Pills For Both Sexes

The weekend started with me a little under the weather. I’m tired, and I have a stomach ache. The weather is crappy too. How’s that for a cheerful way to start a post. That means I probably won’t be in the mood for sexual activities. Mrs. Lion isn’t feeling that great either. Her stomach is also upset. That means even if I feel better, she is probably not all that interested. So, Sunday may be our redemption. I hope so. Does the Super Bowl make you horny?

That little black cloud does seem to be over us. Our local CBS affiliate is feuding with DirecTV. That means we can’t record the game and play it at our convenience. We can see it via streaming media so that we won’t miss it. I can’t say I am very excited about it. We are both rooting for the Chiefs because neither of us is fond of Tom Brady. Mrs. Lion and I have longstanding hate for New England and their cheating ways. Mrs. Lion has also disliked their quarterback, who now plays for Tampa Bay. My anti-Brady feelings come from his friendship with Donald Trump. Any friend of Trump is an enemy of mine.

We both have to get on the stick. We’ve been coasting in terms of our domestic discipline. Male chastity isn’t really an issue since my interest and ability to ejaculate remain problematic. We are waiting for the testosterone test result. I’m pretty sure that isn’t the problem. I don’t know what it is, but I don’t think that’s it. If I’m right, I’ll have to go to a urologist specializing in sexually broken lions to look for help. There aren’t too many of them around.

In fact, have you noticed that there is a lot of attention given to erection disorders, but almost none to delayed ejaculation. That’s the common term for male anorgasmia, the inability to have an orgasm. Apparently, medical science fails to recognize such a thing as male orgasm. It only considers the process of producing semen. Orgasms are, apparently, a side effect. Women fare even worse. Female anorgasmia is almost always considered a psychological problem. Much of what I’ve read also attributes the male version as psychological too. I think the difference is that we males need to squirt to make babies. That means more attention is paid to figuring out how to make us do that.

That’s probably the reason for the development of boner pills. No erection, no useful ejaculation is probably the medical thinking behind the hundreds of millions spent researching boners. I’ve read feminists claim that most medical researchers are male and therefore more interesting in their penises. I don’t think so. I think the biggest difference between trying to solve male and female sexual problems is simple mechanics. A drug is needed to cure a soft weenie. A tube of lube will make sex comfortable for a woman.

Bear in mind that boner pills do not make sex more fun for men. In fact, they won’t even help a man get hard. They have no sexual effect at all. They are the male equivalent of a tube of lube. There seems to be a societal issue with working to make sex more fun. I recall that one drug was developed to make women horny. It’s called Addyi. It claims to increase sexual interest in premenopausal women. According to its maker, a woman will become hornier within four to eight weeks of taking this drug. This is the first substance that has been proven to make a woman want sex. Please note, there are no claims about inducing orgasms. Actually, many women will experience an orgasm if they get a magnesium push. This is an injection into a blood vessel of a magnesium supplement. Many years ago, I consulted for a holistic medical practice. They gave these injections to women. Almost every time they did, I would hear that woman have a loud, obviously large orgasm.

Medical science seems to limit its work to making sex possible. In men, that means helping them get hard if they are sexually aroused. We, males, are obviously capable of arousal more easily than females. The women got a drug to make them receptive to sex. The drugmaker says on its website that it helps women have satisfying sexual events, which are defined as “satisfying sexual intercourse, oral sex, masturbation or genital stimulation by a partner. It doesn’t say anything about orgasms.

The fact that billions have been made selling boner pills and not so much for the female version says less about chauvinism and more about our genders. Men associate erections with orgasms. Most men ejaculate every time they want to if they can get hard. So, it’s easy to sell pills to guys who have trouble getting hard. Women don’t seem to equate getting wet with orgasms. Most women need more than arousal to guarantee getting off. There’s also the simple fact that the female pill takes up to two months to work and less than half the women in the study got any benefit. Boner pills are much more effective.

I’ve learned that taking a boner pill isn’t necessarily helpful for me. Yes, if I can get aroused, my cock is harder. But I will still lose interest halfway through a blow job. Other times, I won’t get hard, boner pill, or no boner pill. The black cloud is here.

1 Comment

  1. “They gave these injections to women. Almost every time they did, I would hear that woman have a loud, obviously large orgasm.”

    I can just hear the comment from the next woman in line … “I’ll have what she’s having”.

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