While many men associate sex simply with penetration, one can continue to be sexual even without a "functional penis", says clinical Dr Eve.
In this conversation, Dr Eve includes marginalised voices - men who are disabled, have a chronic illness, suffer from depression which may cause erectile difficulties.
Dr Eve says those who suffer from vascular, neurological, hormonal and psychological illnesses often turn away from being sexual as they can no longer depend on erections and penetration for sexual play but this should not stop them.
I did this remarkable talk and hike with some men and during our processing I happened to be aware that these men were somewhat burdened by the expectation of women being orgasmic just with penetration. They couldn't begin to imagine being sexual without penetrating.— Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist
The first place I am going to send somebody who does present with erectile difficulties is going to be to the doctor. There is what is called biodirectional relationships between erectile dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, depression as well as diabetes. There is a metabolic system that needs to be examined and investigated.— Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist
There are two things that are important - communication and love your wife. Every time you want to be sexual is to actually have open discourse with your wife.— Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist
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