While I was prepping to write an article for BladderCancer.net, I came across an article that really opened my eyes to the impact of Bladder Cancer (BC) on female sexuality.
Many men are well aware of the physical side effects of prostate cancer, which can include issues like urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction (ED), and bowel problems. But what about the psychological side effects of prostate cancer and, more specifically, those side effects impacting psychological-sexual health?
Through a friend of a friend, the question is “How can a guy keep his erection longer? Would suggesting cock rings be offensive to them?” While I can’t co-sign on cock rings, I explained how the premature ejaculation probably started and I offer one solution to this issue. Enjoy.
The question…”Women like spontaneous sex. How can a female request this to their spouse without making them feel some type of way?”
So…here’s the question. “Why do some men feel intimidated when women request toys to be used in bed?” There are many reasons. I think it has more to do with ego versus “feeling replaced,” which is the easy answer.
In many cases, the partner is there going through various stages with his/her partner’s new diagnosis, pre-treatment, surgery and post-treatment life. What can the partner do to help? What emotions are the partners going through?