Girls, enjoy recreational viagra -- yes/no?

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Girls, do you enjoy recreational viagra?

  1. Yes, it makes the sex better with him

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  2. No, I don't like it when my boyfriend uses it

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  3. We haven't tried it

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  1. TylerLives

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    A friend of mine says he occasionally uses viagra "recreationally" -- that is, he does not suffer from ED, but he uses it anyway when having sex with his wife. He says the advantage he likes is it allows him to not think about his erection and do anything he wants, knowing there's no chance of going limp at the wrong time. I've been meaning to ask him where he actually gets his pills but before that I figure I'll ask whether you girls actually find the sex to be better with a guy on viagra who doesn't have ED.

    One reason I bring this up is, several years ago I had a conversation about this with a waitress that I knew rather well, and she claimed to hate viagra sex. She said she'd tried it with her current boyfriend, and found the whole experience to be less enjoyable. "Sex should be like a good story with three parts, except in this case it's arousal, rhythm, and climax." She said viagra eliminated the fun of physical arousal (like making a cake from a box instead of scratch), his rhythm was off, and he had to stroke off at the end, which he never does otherwise. She also mentioned she thought an earlier boyfriend of hers had to be using "help" without telling her, because it was the same sort of experience.
     
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    I had a playmate who took exception to the fact I'd masturbate after we had sex.
    There was nothing wrong with his stamina per se and the man was a fucking legend at cunnilingus even if he was ONLY into boring missionary vanilla.

    He started to take Viagra in response to my habit of masturbating after sex and I hated it.
    For me it said more about his insecurity and his inability to accept that his performance was OK.
    If he really wanted to do something that would have lifted his game then he would have tried to expand his sexual repertoire past admittedly spectacular cunnilingus and dead boring missionary but he wouldn't.
     
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    I dont take it cause im a wuss in the fact that im scared of the having an erection for more than four hours and they have to cut ur penis thing.
     
  4. dolfette

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    i wouldn't sleep with the kind of moron who'd take potentially dangerous medication, without a prescription, not for medical reasons, just for the sake of fuck ego.

    besides, getting a raw vag from hours of pumping is as sexy to me as used gum. that's not improving sex.
     
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    what woman wouldnt enjoy knowing that a perfectly healthy young man needs a prescription strength drug to get his penis to work while shes naked...
     
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    Viagra is not poison, it's an enhancement, like a cock ring, a vibrator or a tickler. The 4hour erection is a very rare side effect and is quickly remedied in most cases by ice or a couple of antihistamines. The original fear of heart attack was researched and found to be those with prior existing cardiac problems who got too frisky for their condition. That a man wants to make your sexual experience as good as possible should not be viewed as an insult. A bad lover will be a bad lover longer with Viagra. A good lover will still be a good lover. remember Viagra started it's life as a drug to fight high blood pressure. Death from low blood pressure is not mentioned as a side effect.
     
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    What guys doesnt enjoy the good ice bath on the family jewels.

    Plus I tend to have those "only one in a 1000, etc" reactions, so Ill take my chances with nature and the hot naked chick, or dolf till she punches me and does it herself :cool:
     
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    Your choice; but it is still a widely acceptable choice.
     
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    Unlike a cock ring, vibrator, or tickler, Viagra is chemical, and ingested. That makes a difference. If a man physically needs it, and gets a prescription, I'm okay with that. I wouldn't want him taking it unless he had ED.
     
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    chemicals make a difference indeed
     
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    God, aspirin is a chemical. Most of your food is treated with chemicals. Your water is treated with chemicals. Most vitamin supplements have chemicals. Most birth controls are chemicals, yes hormones are chemicals as are their synthetics.
     
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    So wouldnt it make sense to not add more chemicals after more chemicals.

    and i dont take aspirin either because I actually do have a bad reaction to that
     
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    I would prefer a man not use it unless he had to - I like the natural waxing and waning of the cock. However, men of my age are starting to have erectile problems sometimes, so if they need it - go for it. When guys in their 20s take it, I'm not really sure why. My experience with young guys is that they could drill concrete with their erections so Viagra just seems kind of pointless.
     
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    The word 'chemical' is not a prefix for bad. In fact chemicals play a big part in the advancement in life expectancy.
     
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    do you work for pfizer or something?
     
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    I'm not interested in sexual intercourse that involves the recreational use of Viagra. I'd rather let the sex flow naturally and allow things to unfold on their own.
     
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    No, but antiseptics sterilized a wound, antibiotics kept infection at bay, anti malarials suppressed the disease, vaccination almost completely wiped out smallpox, the Salk and Sabin vaccines mean you generation doesn't know what an iron lung is. Gee, are you too young Not to remember scarlet fever, whooping cough and so many other diseases that chemical vaccines have nearly irradicated. And I could go on for hours but won't. just too emphasize, never worked for a chemical company, never worked for a medical supply company, but I am alive because of the chemical advances in medicine. And you have so many diseases you never knew of that you won't have to worry about.
     
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    I'm with you sarge, the same with insecticides, pesticides, herbicides and on and on, the world would not only be sick it would starve to death if it weren't for those "nasty" chemicals. I like Viagra and Cialis, why not? If you're not sensitive to your partner with Viagra you won't be sensitive without it, just the same jerk. I like the little bit of extra confidence and size and I can pull the trigger whenever I want or hold on as long as I want. Viagra is also great for a heavy long flaccid on a nude beach. Viva Viagra!
     
  19. dolfette

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    recreational drugs are not the same thing at all.

    this isn't to feed or protect or kill pain.
    it's just for jollies.
    it's up there with coke & e.

    and, in the uk at least, it's illegal.
    if they aren't from a doc he could be taking anything!
    even if he gets the real deal,
    he hasn't had the medical checks he should have had.

    he's no different to any other recreational drug user.
    it's your body, your choice, but i'm not going to be party to it.
     
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    The poll didn't apply to me, since I have a husband and he doesn't use it recreationally.

    Many years ago he was prescribed it after years of suffering and months of testing. I had no problem with him using it, he needed it and had been through all the required testing to be given it legally.

    He's not needed it for a good 7-8 years now.

    If he suddenly started using it recreationally, we'd be having some serious words.
     
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