men's health & catholic sexual ethics
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(08-03-2014, 10:10 AM)austenbosten Wrote: Despite that coitus interuptus was always available and didn't cost a dime and condoms cost like $5 bucks.  :eyeroll:

Planned Parenthood can go to Hell!

Problem is those acts are usually done in conjunction with porn which is another issue. Anything that results in an unhealthy male dependence on women should be avoided. If guys stopped watching porn, going to strip clubs, and turned their creative energies to solving actual world problems the world would be a MUCH better place. Sex may feel good, but its not a necessity for the survival of the individual. If men really understood just how little they gain sexually from women I think society would be a VERY different place. In fact, in ancient times it was the woman that was seen as sexually more ravenous. Why? Because men ignored them for the most part and had better things to do. Men were too busy building civilization to bother with the usual female games that plague society today.
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#22
(08-03-2014, 11:56 AM)divinesilence80 Wrote:
(08-03-2014, 10:10 AM)austenbosten Wrote: Despite that coitus interuptus was always available and didn't cost a dime and condoms cost like $5 bucks.  :eyeroll:

Planned Parenthood can go to Hell!

Problem is those acts are usually done in conjunction with porn which is another issue. Anything that results in an unhealthy male dependence on women should be avoided. If guys stopped watching porn, going to strip clubs, and turned their creative energies to solving actual world problems the world would be a MUCH better place. Sex may feel good, but its not a necessity for the survival of the individual. If men really understood just how little they gain sexually from women I think society would be a VERY different place. In fact, in ancient times it was the woman that was seen as sexually more ravenous. Why? Because men ignored them for the most part and had better things to do. Men were too busy building civilization to bother with the usual female games that plague society today.

I think this thread is veering off its original topic which is men's health and Catholic bioethics.  I am interested to know how the church views a lot of the common treatments that are available for ED. 

If you want to talk about The battle of the sexes, political power dynamics, whether sex and children are "worth it" for men ...,that's another topic for another thread. 
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#23
Are you talking about someone who is married?
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#24
(09-15-2014, 05:58 AM)Poche Wrote: Are you talking about someone who is married?

Yes
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