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02 November 2006

The Only Way is Up!!

With the hype around Viagra in Egypt and the Arab World, and the increasing number of divorces in Egypt after less than a couple of months of tying the knot, there have been rumors that a considerable number of Egyptian men are becoming IMPOTENT .They say the worse the degree of impotence, the more aggressive the male becomes, especially towards women. I mean, My GOD, even the *Saudis* dare advertise the blue pill without any shame. (The Arabic sentence in the commercial reads: "Hardness is what matters" or "The value is in hardness" )

Now *that* is something I haven't seen the cheeky Europeans do just yet!

I once read this post by a young man on a famous Egyptian forum:

I don't know about the impotency ratio in Egypt, but there is something
I found fascinating. When I was in the army and dealing with those volunteers who live somewhat by low standards (actually i think they only reason they joined the army is because they couldn't make a living out of anything else, most of them haven't finished primary school), the biggest concern these people had was obtaining Viagra. It was like a common interest between all them. Not one time
did I sit with one them without having mention sex and Viagra. I don't know if
it's because of impotency now that you mention it, or that's how they like to live. They finish work, and are probably too tired of thinking about getting a hard on by themselves to sleep with their wives so they just let Viagra do it for them. From what I hear these people do make a decent amount of money but the reason they don't own much is because they spend it mostly on Viagra and drugs (which makes me realize maybe the Viagra is needed to counter the effect of

Question now: Does girth really matter?

To this young man:

This is totally new info to me. It makes me feel sad to read this because until I read your post I thought the reason for impotence among most Egyptian men from the countryside (those 3asakri's you see everyday around the city) was Bilharzia NOT drugs. I mean this is really double trouble now.

To answer your question, "size", one is born with, and it does not matter how big the penis is when one has no idea what to do with a huge chunk of meat. The size of the penis has no relation to sexual pleasure or performance. But I guess with asking about "girth" you more aim at asking about "hardness" than size. So performance is about the ability to get and maintain an erection or to provide sexual pleasure to your partner and yourself with or without an erection.

Performance, then, is not really related to size -- but dependent on muscles, blood and nerve supply to the reproductive organs. In reality sexual pleasure is related to: a person's state of mind; to respecting their partner's needs; and their own needs. During intercourse, the opening of the vagina is normally not too small or too large for any penis because it is really a "space" that is surrounded by muscular tissue and will adapt to most size penises. But for penetration to occur, one needs a well erected penis. Be it small or large, the hardness of it is the important aspect of successful penetration. There are also many ways to express sexual feeling besides intercourse. Touching, many different positions, methods, angles, pressures etc. that change the way it feels and may increase pleasure. Variation and experimentation will vary the sexual experience in ways that a change in penis size can not! So much marital trouble in our society could be prevented if and only if couples learn the importance of foreplay. For the sad time being, most Egyptian bulls see a good sex session more like a full-speed frontal collision!


What's the deal guys?


Raouf said...
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Raouf said...

I botched my first comment so here it is again:

It would be interesting to know how real is the problem of male impotence in Egyptian society and for how long this has been an issue.
It could be that these drugs are being used to get a sexual buzz just like alcohol or tobacco or even tea and coffee are being used. That is referred to as "used for a recreational purpose".
If that is the case then why is it that selling sexual stimulus for men is considered acceptable and abundantly available while sexual stimuli for women (such as electric vibrators or rubber phallus) are non-existent?

QueenAlyaa said...

Raouf for President!

moussa_asfour said...

actually i agree with raouf completely!!I think that the problem of male impotence in Egyptian society is caused not by balharisya i think a huge part of it is caused by the world around that impotent male cause specially the guys from the country side...there culture restrains from so many cultral lags they still wont accept male impotence as a normal problem that can happen to any male fa viagra is like a heavnly gift...especialy cause they say the human brain is the biggest sexual organ fa with all the comotion(ex.iraq,bird flu,financial problems etc.) happening around that male it might cause impotence.

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