From Ivanhoe Newswire
By Betsy Lievense
"Men who have erectile dysfunction certainly affect a woman's interest," said Irwin Goldstein, M.D., Ph.D., a former professor of urology and gynecology at Boston University. At an annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health in Orlando, Fla., Dr. Goldstein used recent studies to lend credence to his theory that one partner's sexual functioning can affect the other's in both positive and negative ways.
It looks like this has finally come full-circle. Or more accurately, semi-circle. Fifty years ago, it was unfathomable to blame any sexual dysfunction on a man. Accusing a man of being anything less than the model for virility was like accusing him of being un-American or gay. Because if our men couldn’t copulate properly with our women then the communists have already won. More to the point, sexual satisfaction is a two way street. Problems with either partner can affect both. This is another item for the ‘Science Catches Up with Common Sense’ file. Having honest dialogue about a problem problem is the first step solving it. Oh and when in doubt, don’t forget your Swedish-Made Penis Pump, it really is your bag, Austin Powers.