I have to jack off three times a day and I cry at dog food commercials.
I'm 46. This must be manopause, yes?
My sex drive is definitely higher in my 40's than when I was a confused little twink.
I've been a hot flashing, cold sweating, horny, irritable bitch lately and it feels chemical. With all the older men here, can I truly be alone?
A lot of men go through a period of highs and lows in their 40's.
From Must jack off to ...who the fuck cares
It is pretty normal.
The more you exercise the higher your natural T levels so those who do really work out at the gym (not the steam room)will delay hormonal changes.
A friend of mine was in a LTR with a guy who did not like sex so they did not have it very often or ever. They were an older couple and when my friend got into his 50's they had been together for about 15yrs and the doctor had to put him on testosterone. He didn't give me details about what was going on with him physically but he did say that it was because he hadn't been and wasn't sexually active for a long time.
R3, I understand what you say, me as well.
Men experience low testosterone, after the age of 40....it's the men's version of menopause. You lose your sexual desire and energy.
I had hot flashes for several months at age 45. I thought it was menopause. Turned out to be rheumatic fever.
My Blatino husbear went through manopause. Believe me, it was not fun.
It seems to me that the libido does take a drop around 50. It's almost a relief though - how pathetic is it to be going around like a dog in heat when you're that age anyway? Looking back, It does kind of make you wonder wtf was the point of it all though.
R10 was doing the whole sex thing wrong.
R11 is still haunting the bars in his daisy dukes and rubber tank top.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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