Thanks, ladies! I’m sure there’s no double standard there or anything like that!
Generally speaking, there’s no such thing as vaginas that are “too tight,” ladies, although mostly young women complain about it a lot. 21% of women experience painful sex. Some of the time? All of the time? No idea. I haven’t noticed it much in my life. Really the vagina is an amazing organ, a muscle in fact. And it stretches and shrinks to accomodate whatever penis happens to be parking in its garage at the time.
A woman on the Net said she knew a couple, a little Filipina who was 5’1 married to this big tall Black guy who looked like a football player. Apparently he was pretty big too if you know what I mean. She asked the Filipina about it and she giggled and said, “Well, yes, it did hurt a bit, but it seemed to fit in pretty well anyway.” As I said, a vagina is this amazing expanding organ. So too tight is bullshit. You aren’t too tight. You are too “uptight.” These young women have some inhibitions about sex, and that’s the reason for the “too tight” bullshit. The solution, as with so many things in life, is to relax, but that’s often easier said than done.
“Too tight” is something like vaginismus, though in the pure disorder, you simply cannot even get in at all, not even with a crowbar. It’s due to emotional inhibitions about sex, mostly inherited from your wonderful parents. There are videos on the subject on Youtube and all these young women are chiming in saying it’s not their fault that their parents saddled them with this problem.
Of course female sexual dysfunction is regarded as a tragedy by women, including my mother. I’ve told her about these women, and her face got long, “That’s sad…” she said. Ok, sure, give them solace. But have you ever seen the way the same women, including my mother, react to male sexual dysfunction? Ahem.
My Mom is furious at the very idea that any young man would ever be impotent at any time for any reason. She’s hopping mad about it and she thinks it is ridiculous, preposterous, and contemptible that any younger man should ever experience this. Obviously, my Mom doesn’t have a dick because if she was honest and she had a dick (admittedly few of us dick-havers our honest about our possession), she would never say that.
I’ve met a number of other women with the same notion. Obviously, women don’t know much about dicks. The truth is that sporadic or occasional impotence is absolutely normal in any man of any age. Any negative emotion can cause it. It’s mostly caused by performance anxiety and not so often by inhibitions of homosexuality, which is what everyone thinks causes it, except they’re wrong as usual.
And if you can get it up at some point, you’re not really impotent.
If you can’t get it up, just go do something else. Eat her pussy or something. Focus on her. Forget about your stupid defiant dick. You’re thinking about it and that’s why you have a problem right there. You do that for a while, and sooner or later, you’ll get it up and be able to have sex. It’s estimated that by age 40 all men who have had a lot of sex have been impotent at least one time. Any man who hasn’t is either lying or hasn’t had much sex. Or he has a Viagra prescription.
The more sex you have and the more women you’re with, the more likely it is to occur because sex gets better as you get comfortable with a woman and start doing it a lot. Each new woman you sleep with is a whole separate universe and brings a whole new set of everything to the sexual table, and each new woman is a remarkably new and rather frightening experience. So players and womanizers have tended to experience more impotence than most men, if only as a consequence of having much more sex with many more women.
A study estimated that it takes six months for a couple to get their sex completely worked out and compatible with each other.
Another study found that in the case of a quick, highly desired encounter with a new, highly anticipated woman, 50% of men are impotent.
As I said, sporadic or occasional impotence is normal in any man of any age. Now when it starts happening all the time, you have yourself an impotence problem. Secondary impotence, it’s called. Even these tend to be time-limited. I read an article recently about a young man who experienced performance anxiety impotence that went on for some time. He told his father and his father said he had had a couple of bouts with it too, once at university and another time when he had caught his wife having an affair.
Of course women are complete shits about this subject but it’s more due to ignorance then evil, Women are total emo cases, and the more emo you are, the more likely your dick’s emergency light comes on. In other words, if women had dicks, they’d be dealing with impotence quite a bit. I’m sure of it. The only way to be sure you are never impotent is to be a machine and have no emotions, but even stud bulls have off days.